Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Ira Boudway

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

02

U.S. construction spending

Pacific trade: The U.S. and 10 trade partners meet in San Diego for the 13th round of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

03

Brazil’s industrial production

U.S. factory orders

Old Masters: John Constable’s 1824 landscape, The Lock, which could fetch $39 million, is a highlight of Christie’s Old Master and British painting auction in London.

04

Euro-zone retail sales

Independence Day: The AA projects that 35.5 million Americans will make car trips over the holiday, up 4 percent from last year.

05

Bank of England sets interest rate

Golf: U.S. Women’s Open

Upscale Taco Bell: The fast-food chain introduces its Cantina Bell menu of “gourmet-inspired bowls and burritos.”

06

Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man in theaters

Friends of Syria: A French-led group backing the Syrian opposition has invited world powers to meet in Paris.

U.S. unemployment: Surveyed economists expect the jobless rate to hold at 8.2 percent.

07

Wimbledon women’s final

Libyans vote: The first parliamentary election since the overthrow of Muammar Qaddafi.

08

China’s consumer prices

Wimbledon men’s final

MLB Futures game: The best minor leaguers from the U.S. and around the world face off during All-Star weekend in Kansas City.

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