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The earnings season is winding down. Most of the S&P 500 have reported fourth-quarter results, and the good news is that earnings beats have outnumbered earnings misses.

Here is a quick rundown of what analysts expect from some of this week's most prominent quarterly reports.

America Movil SAB (NYSE: AMX): Fourth-quarter earnings per share (EPS) of $0.45 (up more than 33 percent from a year ago) and revenues of $15.23 billion (down marginally year-on-year). The full-year forecast has EPS down about five percent and revenue marginally higher. This Latin American telecom giant reports Monday after the markets close.

American International Group (NYSE: AIG): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.96 (up 79.1 percent) and revenue of $8.56 billion (marginally lower). The full-year forecast calls for EPS to rise 10.4 percent and revenue to be down 2.6 percent. AIG reports Thursday afternoon.

Applied Materials (NASDAQ: AMAT): Fiscal first-quarter EPS of $1.52 (up 72.7 percent) on revenue of $2.13 billion (35.6 percent higher). The report is due after the closing bell on Wednesday.

Avon Products (NYSE: AVP): EPS of $0.30 (down from $0.37) for the fourth quarter and $0.97 (up from $0.85) for all of 2013. Analysts are looking for sales to have fallen 8.3 percent for the quarter and 6.0 percent for the full year. Avon reports early Thursday.

Barrick Gold (NYSE: KGC): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.41 (down about 63 percent) and $2.84 billion in revenue (down more than 32 percent). The full-year forecast has EPS down 34.0 percent and revenue 14.6 percent lower. Look for the Barrick's report Thursday morning.

Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF): EPS of $0.81 (up from $0.41) for the fourth quarter and $3.03 (down from $3.50) for the year. Revenues are forecast to have fallen 5.3 percent for the quarter and 3.8 percent for the full year. This iron and coal miner reports Thursday after the trading session ends.

Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO): Fiscal second-quarter EPS of $0.46 on revenue of $11.03 billion. That would be down from $0.51 EPS and $12.10 billion in revenue. This tech giant is scheduled to share its results late Wednesday.

CVS Caremark (NYSE: CVS): Fourth-quarter EPS of $1.11 (down 2.6 percent) and sales of $32.69 billion (up 4.1 percent). The full-year forecast has EPS up 13.8 percent and revenue 2.8 percent higher. Look for the report early Tuesday.

Deere (NYSE: DE): Fiscal first-quarter EPS of $1.52 on revenue of $6.62 billion. That would be down from $1.65 EPS and $6.79 billion in revenue. The heavy equipment maker is scheduled to share its results early Wednesday.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber (NYSE: GT): EPS of $0.64 (up 39.0 percent) for the fourth quarter and $2.52 (up 24.2 percent) for the full year. But revenues are expected to have fallen nearly two percent for the quarter and more than five percent for the year. The company reports early Thursday.

Kinross Gold (NYSE: KGC): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.03 (87.5 percent lower) and revenue of $858.76 million (down 27.6 percent). The full-year forecast has EPS down 55.8 percent and revenue 13.0 percent lower. Watch for the report Wednesday after the markets close.

Kraft Foods (NASDAQ: KRFT): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.61 (75.1 percent higher) and $4.63 billion (up three percent) in sales. The full-year forecast has EPS up marginally and revenue that is essentially flat. The report is scheduled for late Thursday.

Lorillard (NYSE: LO): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.86 (up 8.1 percent) and sales of $1.31 billion (up 8.5 percent). For the full year, EPS is expected to have grown 11.0 percent and revenue to be 8.5 percent higher. This cigarette purveyor reports Wednesday morning.

MetLife (NYSE: MET): Fourth-quarter EPS of $1.30 (up from $1.25) and revenue of $17.43 billion (up marginally). The full-year forecast for this insurance giant has EPS up about five percent and revenue nearly one percent higher. MetLife is on deck later on Wednesday.

Snack food maker Mondelez (NASDAQ: MDLZ): Fourth-quarter EPS of $0.44 (up 18.2 percent) and sales of $9.57 billion (up one percent). The full-year forecast shows a 30.3 percent gain in EPS and revenue up 2.0 percent. Its report is due out late Wednesday.

NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP): Fiscal third-quarter EPS of $0.71 on revenue of $1.65 billion. That compares to $0.67 EPS and $1.63 billion in revenue a year ago. The data storage company is scheduled to post its results Wednesday afternoon.

NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA): Fiscal fourth-quarter EPS of $0.18 on revenue of $1.05 billion (down 35.7 percent and 4.9 percent, respectively). The full-year forecast calls for EPS down 25.6 percent and revenue 5.6 percent lower. The chipmaker shares its results Wednesday after the markets close.

PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP): Fourth-quarter EPS of $1.01 (down from $1.09) and sales of $20.16 billion (up one percent). The full-year forecast calls for EPS to rise 5.5 percent and revenue to be 1.5 percent higher. The beverage giant steps onto the earnings stage early Thursday.

Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ: WFM): Fiscal first-quarter earnings up 11.3 percent to $0.44 per share, as well as revenue up 11.3 percent to $4.29 billion. The report is due out after the closing bell on Wednesday.

Others expected to report earnings gains this week include Campbell Soup, DaVita HealthCare, Discovery Communications, Hasbro, Interpublic Group and Reynolds American. Earnings declines are anticipated from Dean Foods, LeapFrog Enterprises, RackSpace Hosting, TripAdvisor and Western Union, while net losses are expected from Alpha Natural Resources and Sprint.

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