Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

15

Japan industrial production, Canada home sales

U.S. tax returns due

Hunger, nutrition, and climate: Al Gore joins Irish President Michael Higgins and global aid officials in Dublin to discuss food security.

16

U.K. CPI, U.S. housing starts

Israel’s Independence Day

Emissions market: The European Parliament votes on whether to support the price of carbon permits by reducing their supply.

17

Canada interest rates

Immigration reform protest in Washington, D.C.

12th annual Tribeca Film Festival: More than 300,000 are expected to attend the 11-day event.

18

U.K. retail sales

European Central Bank Governing Council meets in Frankfurt

Keystone XL pipeline: The U.S. State Department holds a public hearing on the project in Grand Island, Neb.

19

Canada CPI, eurozone current account

General Electric, McDonald’s earnings

World Bank and IMF meetings: Government officials and bankers gather in Washington.

20

Men’s basketball: NBA Playoffs begin

Iraq provincial elections: For the first time in three years, voters in 12 of 18 regions elect local leaders.

21

Presidential elections in Paraguay

Virgin London Marathon

FAA furloughs: Air traffic controllers begin taking unpaid days off, which could cause delays in Chicago and Atlanta.

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