Week ahead: Disney earnings and factory orders

Wall Street begins the coming week at record highs for the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq, now investors are waiting to see when the Dow will catch up. It's just a few points away from setting an all-time high.

Earnings season rolls on with a few names to watch including Dow component Walt Disney. Investors will be listening for any more clues ahead of the launch of its streaming video service Disney+ later this month.

It's a big week for leisure, travel and hospitality. Marriott, Expedia, Trip Advisor and Booking Holdings - formerly known as Priceline - all report quarterly earnings.

Rounding out some of the other results to watch: Uber kicks things off on Monday along with athletic gear maker Under Armour.

On the economic calendar: manufacturing activity will be key following two reports indicating the sector continues to contract. Durable Goods and factory orders are out on Monday.

Can the U.S. services sector stay out of the funk hitting factory floors? The Institute for Supply Management's services index comes out Tuesday. Economists are actually expecting a rise in the headline figure.

Finally, Wall Street will get an update on worker productivity and labor costs for the third quarter. Both numbers are expected to show a slowdown in growth.

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