Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Ira Boudway

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

16

U.S. advance retail sales

Citigroup reports earnings

Madoff money: The fund to pay back investors defrauded in the Ponzi scheme is expected to grow by $5 billion.

17

U.K.’s consumer prices

Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, Intel, and Yahoo! report earnings

Bernanke on the Hill: The Federal Reserve chairman testifies before the Senate Banking Committee.

18

U.S. housing starts

Bank of America reports earnings

Blankfein speaks: Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein addresses the Economic Club of Washington, D.C.

19

Golf: British Open begins

Chipotle, Microsoft, and Morgan Stanley report earnings

India election: Elected officials vote to select a successor to Pratibha Devisingh Patil for the largely ceremonial post of President.

20

Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight Rises opens

General Electric and US Airways report earnings

GM deadline: Last day for retirees at General Motors to decide whether to take a lump sum buyout of their pension plans.

21

Belgium National Day

Volcker rule: The Dodd-Frank ban on proprietary trading is set to take effect, though banks have two years to conform.

22

Baseball Hall of Fame 2012 induction ceremony

Tour de France: Remaining riders from a field of 219 finish the more than 2,000-mile bike race in the streets of Paris.

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