Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

03

Turkey CPI, Brazil trade balance

Solar Canada 2012 conference in Toronto

EU meeting: Finance ministers meet to debate whether the European Central Bank should supervise all euro-zone banks.

04

Brazil industrial production, Australia GDP

Campaigning officially begins for parliamentary elections in Japan

Labor unrest: South African farmworkers resume strikes if their demands for better pay and working conditions haven’t been met.

05

U.S. factory orders, South Korea GDP

U.K. Treasury chief presents spending plans

More austerity: Ireland announces its 2013 budget, which is expected to include $4.5 billion in spending cuts and tax increases.

06

Euro zone GDP, Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index

Emirates Australian Open golf tournament

Trade summit: South American heads of state gather for Mercosur meeting in Brasilia.

07

U.S. payrolls and unemployment rate

Elections in Ghana

Argentine deadline: Grupo Clarín must sell most of its broadcast stations to comply with an anti-monopoly law. Opponents of the statute say it’s an attempt to control the press.

08

China CPI

First night of Hanukkah

Football: The 113th annual Army-Navy game is held in Philadelphia.

09

China industrial production, retail sales

World Islamic Banking Conference in Bahrain

Election Day: Romania holds parliamentary elections after months of political upheaval.

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