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Trading in the first full week of 2014 will likely be cautious as investors hope that fourth-quarter earnings will justify last year's big run-up in U.S. markets.The markets will also digest a slate of top-drawer economic data, culminating at week's end with December employment reports for Canada and the United States.The coming week will see the first run of U.S. earnings reports trickle in from companies like resource heavyweight Alcoa Inc., which reports on Thursday.Expectations are high that the latest report card from corporate American can help keep intact the strong gains registered on U.S. markets last year, where the S&P 500 soared 30 per cent. The TSX gained a more modest 9.5 per cent, pulled down by sliding mining stocks."I think earnings growth will be decent for the quarter but I don't think it's going to be strong enough to validate the enormous expansion multiples we saw for the U.S. indexes last year," said Andrew Pyle, investment adviser at ScotiaMcLeod in Peterborough, Ont.The S&P and other global indexes got a huge boost last year from the U.S. Federal Reserve's massive bond buying program, which the central bank is starting to unwind."We got a 30 per cent increase in the S&P mainly because the Fed was pumping in a trillion dollars worth of liquidity (annually). So, now we take the Fed out of the equation."The Fed ended months of speculation last month and announced it would be cutting back on its US$85 billion of monthly bond purchases.Pyle said investors will also be expecting a stronger showing in revenue growth for the fourth quarter after topline growth fell short of expectations over the previous three quarters."If you can turn that around, if these economic fundamentals that we have been looking at out the window are actually real, that the U.S. economy is actually picking up steam, and Europe too, and that translates into good topline numbers, then that in itself actually might be enough to support this market."