Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Ira Boudway

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

11

France’s industrial production

Euro 2012 soccer: England vs. France

Apple confab: The company’s annual developer conference begins in San Francisco. Apple is expected to introduce slimmer laptops that run on Intel’s Ivy Bridge chips.

12

NBA finals begin

India’s industrial production

Arizona special election: Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Jesse Kelly vie for the House seat vacated by Gabrielle Giffords.

13

Germany’s consumer prices

Dimon on the Hill: The JPMorgan Chase CEO testifies before the Senate Banking Committee on the bank’s recent $2 billion trading loss.

14

U.S. consumer prices

Golf: U.S. Open begins

OPEC: The oil cartel meets in Vienna as the price of crude has fallen below $100 a barrel for the first time in eight months.

15

Bank of Japan sets target interest rate

U.S. industrial production

Jobs memorabilia: A 1976 Apple I computer and a note from Steve Jobs to a fellow Atari employee in 1974 go on sale at Sotheby’s in New York.

16

Euro 2012 soccer: Greece vs. Russia

Egypt runoff: Ahmed Shafiq, a former aide to Hosni Mubarak, faces Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood for the presidency.

Bloomsday: Dubliners celebrate the life of James Joyce.

17

Father’s Day

Stay or go: Greeks choose between the New Democracy and the anti-bailout Syriza parties in a vote that may lead to Greece’s exit from the euro zone.

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