Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

04

Turkey CPI, Australia trade balance

Yum! Brands, Gilead Sciences earnings

U.S. projections: The Congressional Budget Office releases its annual economic and budgetary outlook.

05

Euro-zone retail sales, Italy CPI

Walt Disney, Zynga earnings

Gay marriage: Britain’s Parliament votes on a bill that would legalize same-sex unions.

06

Mexico consumer confidence

Time Warner, News Corp. earnings

Spanish protest: The union representing bank employees plans a general strike over job cuts at nationalized lenders.

07

U.K. industrial production, China trade balance

Coca-Cola, Philip Morris International, Sprint Nextel earnings

Euro meeting: Leaders of 27 nations meet to discuss a new EU budget and trade pacts with Canada, Japan, and the U.S.

08

Germany current account, Canada unemployment

Moody’s earnings

Defense spending: Branches of the U.S. military submit budgets incorporating the $45 billion in cuts that go into effect on March 1.

09

China money supply

Chinese New Year: Nearly 225 million citizens are expected to board trains to visit their families.

10

Australia home loans

Soccer: Africa Cup of Nations final

55th Annual Grammy Awards: Jack White and Carrie Underwood perform.

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