Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN; LI MING/COLOR CHINA PHOTO/AP PHOTO

17

Euro zone trade balance, China real estate prices

Iberia Airlines strike: Employees, though not pilots, protest the company’s plan to lay off 4,500 workers.

18

U.K. CPI, Japan industrial activity index

Oracle earnings

Bank regulation: The U.K.’s Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards announces proposals for increasing transparency.

19

Germany business sentiment, U.S. housing starts

FedEx, General Mills earnings

Presidential election: South Koreans choose between Park Geun Hye, the daughter of former dictator Park Chung Hee, and the center-left opposition candidate Moon Jae In.

20

U.S. GDP, consumer spending

Discover Financial Services, Nike, ConAgra earnings

RIM earnings: Sales are expected to be 49 percent lower than the same period last year.

21

U.K. and Canada GDP, Argentina trade balance

Winter solstice

Saber rattling: Iran holds naval drills.

Payroll numbers: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics releases state-level data, shedding light on Superstorm Sandy’s effect on jobs.

22

Final day of voting for Egypt’s hotly disputed constitutional referendum

College football: Boise State faces the University of Washington in the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas.

23

U.K. home prices

Intrade deadline: Stateside users are no longer allowed to bet as the online prediction market withdraws from the U.S. after regulators accused it of securities violations.

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