Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

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Mexico industrial production

Stockholm Fashion Week

Voting rights ruling: A Pennsylvania judge rules on the legality of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law, which the state estimates could prevent up to 9 percent of its electorate from voting in the presidential election.

14

Euro-zone GDP

Pakistan celebrates independence day

Election day: Primary contests for House and Senate seats are held in Connecticut, Florida, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

Debt sale: California offers $10 billion in bonds.

15

U.S. industrial production

Cisco, John Deere, Target report earnings

Calling on Canada: Angela Merkel meets with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the German chancellor’s first official bilateral visit.

16

U.S. housing starts

Sears, Wal-Mart report earnings

Facebook: 271 million “locked-up” shares held by early investors and insiders are released to the market.

Apple: a cash dividend of $2.65 per share is paid.

17

U.S. leading indicators

Women’s tennis: New Haven Open

Africa meeting: The 15-member Southern Africa Development Community holds its annual summit in Maputo, Mozambique.

18

End of Ramadan

Horse racing: Secretariat Stakes

Conductor tribute: Yo-Yo Ma performs at Tanglewood for a concert honoring the 80th birthday of Star Wars composer John Williams.

19

UN World Humanitarian Day

Women’s soccer: FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup

Game on: Nintendo’s 3DS XL handheld gaming console is released in the U.S.

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