In "What to Watch on Wall Street" for the week of November 23, a few more companies will be rolling out their financial results even though Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We kick off the week with Tyson Foods (TSN), Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and GameStop (GME) showing us how they did, then Tuesday is a busy day with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), HP Inc. (HPQ) Dollar Tree (DLTR), Campbell Soup (CPB) and Tiffany (TIF). Traders will be paying extra attention to HP Enterprise and HP Inc. This will be their first time reporting as two separate companies since splitting a few weeks ago. Additionally, we have several economic reports coming out. The week starts with existing home sales, then Tuesday, we have the GDP numbers. Wednesday is a packed day with durable goods orders, jobless claims, personal income and outlays and new home sales. But, there's not too much going on towards the end of the week as markets will be closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving. TheStreet's U-Jin Lee reports in New York.
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