Stocks to Watch: Home Depot, JPMorgan, Macy's

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NEW YORK -- Home Depot HD , the biggest home-improvement retailer, is expected by analysts Tuesday to report fourth-quarter earnings of 64 cents a share on revenue of $17.69 billion.

Rival Lowe's LOW said Monday that fourth-quarter earnings fell 11%, but earnings of 26 cents a share topped analysts' estimates.

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JPMorgan Chase JPM holds its annual Investor Day in New York on Tuesday, nine months after the 'London Whale" scandal caused a $2 billion trading loss.

The bank named Thasunda Brown Duckett its new head of auto finance on Monday.

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General Motors GM is proposing an $11.1-million pay package for Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson in 2013, $2.1 million more than it paid the executive last year, The Detroit Free Press reported, citing documents that it obtained.

The U.S. government must approve executive pay at GM as a condition of the automaker's bailout, so Akerson's pay package could be denied or reduced, according to the Free Press.


Macy's M is expected by Wall Street on Tuesday to post quarterly profit of $1.99 a share on revenue of $9.3 billion.


Priceline, the online travel agency, is expected by Wall Street to post adjusted earnings of $6.54 a share on revenue of $1.19 billion.

Priceline posted year-earlier earnings of $5.37 a share.

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Analysts expect AutoZone AZO to post fiscal second-quarter earnings of $4.76 a share on revenue of $1.88 billion.


-- Written by Joseph Woelfel

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