Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

14

Euro zone industrial production

Tennis: Australian Open begins in Melbourne

Peace negotiations: Talks between FARC rebels and the Colombian government resume in Havana.

15

Germany and Italy CPI, Brazil retail sales

Sandy aid: Congress votes on a $51 billion package to fund recovery efforts.

16

U.S. CPI, industrial production

JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs earnings

Nuclear talks: International Atomic Energy Agency officials resume negotiations in Tehran.

Instagram user agreement: The photo-sharing site’s new terms of service go into effect.

17

U.S. housing starts, China industrial production

Bank of America, Citigroup earnings

Education reform: To secure $250 million in state aid, New York City and the United Federation of Teachers must reach a deal over new teacher evaluation plans.

18

U.S. consumer confidence, U.K. retail sales

Chinese rebound: Beijing publishes its report on economic growth, which analysts predict will show a recovery from the previous sluggish quarter.

19

Soccer: Africa Cup of Nations begins in South Africa

North American International Auto Show: The industry convenes in Detroit to showcase more than 500 new vehicles.

20

U.K. home prices

Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco

NFL Playoffs: Two conference championship games decide who will face off in the Super Bowl.

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