The Week Ahead, May 5-9

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KEY EVENT: By the numbers. The financial condition of several major local companies will be updated as nearly 20 Long Island-based public corporations are expected to release earnings, including Henry Schein, the Island's biggest company by revenue.

MONDAY: The ISM services-sector index for April, an update on nonmanufacturing businesses such as retail and restaurants. Earnings: Plainview LED equipment maker Veeco Instruments, Pfizer.

TUESDAY: The nation's trade deficit in March from the Commerce Department. Earnings: Port Washington shopping centers owner Cedar Realty Trust, Walt Disney, Whole Foods Market.

WEDNESDAY: The Commerce Department posts first-quarter worker productivity. Earnings: Plainview microelectronics maker Aeroflex Holding, Jericho gas-station property owner Getty Realty, Melville medical products distributor Henry Schein, New Hyde Park shopping centers owner Kimco Realty, Arrow Electronics, Molson Coors.

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THURSDAY: Claims for jobless benefits for the week ended May 3 from the Labor Department. Earnings: Port Washington pharmaceutical ingredients distributor Aceto, Bethpage media provider and Newsday owner Cablevision Systems, Medford medical tests maker Chembio Diagnostics, Edgewood aircraft parts maker CPI Aerostructures, Lake Success natural foods seller Hain Celestial, CBS.

FRIDAY: Earnings from Lake Success investor communications provider Broadridge Financial Solutions, Hilton Worldwide and Ralph Lauren.

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