Investors' focus this week will be on earnings results, with some of the most heavily weighted companies in the S&P 500 poised to deliver their quarterly reports.
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Focus on U.S. user growth and the impact of Apple's privacy changes on ad revenue when the visual content-discovery platform operator reports third-quarter results.