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There’s never a dull on Wall Street. Let’s go some of the items that help shape the week lies ahead.

1. Game Diehard gamers will be numbers instead of virtual as the country’s two largest video makers report their quarterly results.

It’s a rough three years for the as software sales have sluggish despite cheaper and handheld prices. For the first in ages, video game GameStop (GME ) plans to more stores than it this year.

It shouldn’t as a surprise to find that Blizzard (ATVI ) and Electronic (EA ) are expected to post lower profits than they did a ago.

Activision Blizzard may be hopeful next week’s release of III will turn things If that doesn’t pan out, the leading video game just announced Nov. 13 as its date for Call of Duty: Ops 2 .

2. Static for Satellite TV?: You may not noticed it while you were under the couch cushions for the control, but we’re experiencing a in the way that we consume video.

The of streaming sites — on smartphones, and tablets — is Traditional cable and satellite providers are trying to keep entertained, but it’s going to be a to keep folks paying top for a catalog of channels that go unwatched.

The two biggest providers of satellite DISH Network (DISH ) and leader DirecTV (DTV ), are this week..

DISH has in recent years, even as it its cost-effective service. DirecTV, on the hand, has made the most of its deal with the NFL to offer league coverage through its NFL Ticket package.

DirecTV has successfully attracted millions of TV customers in Latin America. The between the two companies isn’t on Wall Street. Analysts see growing its profitability, while Network is expected to post earnings this time

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3. Burton and Depp, Again: The big movie opening week is Dark Shadows . Johnny Depp with director Tim Burton.

The reboot of the old television show likely to overtake Marvel’s The in ticket sales this However, the growing number of blockbusters bodes well for operators that had a horrendous in terms of ticket sales.

4. Cars Are Just Getting It’s been a rough for environmental activists who figured was a conspiracy to keep electric off the road.

They’re here. are the buyers?

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The Leaf and Volt exactly sold in impressive and the Volt factory has even had factory closure holidays so doesn’t exceed uninspiring

All of this could change quickly, of course. Other have plug-in models to hit showrooms this year. The spike in gasoline prices is a form of free advertisement for vehicles.

It’s under this that Tesla Motors ) pulls up for its quarterly checkup.

The maker of upscale electric attracted the wrong kind of when some of its car batteries working. This is a pretty big since the batteries required for cars weigh more a ton and cost thousands of dollars to

Tesla’s currently losing and more of the same is likely it reports on Wednesday. The reason to get about Tesla is that the of the company’s Model S sedan is now weeks away. Unlike its original Roadster, the Model S is now in five digits instead of

5. Price the Friendly Skies: Advisor (TRIP ) and Expedia ) posted blowout quarterly last week, and this naturally lead investors to a strong report out of priceline.com ) on Wednesday.

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The name your own price probably was looking at a strong anyway. Priceline has routinely growing faster than its website peers, and Wall looking for a profit of $3.94 a — well ahead of the a share it rang up a year

There may be concerns of the travel slipping if the global economy Europe is still a hot mess. Priceline was able to ascend when the recession was at its bleakest.

up, investors.

Longtime Motley contributor Rick Munarriz not owns shares in any of the stocks in article. The Motley Fool shares of GameStop. The Fool shares of and has written calls on Blizzard. Motley Fool services have recommended shares of Activision Blizzard, Motors, and priceline.com; writing calls on GameStop; and creating a long position in Activision .

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