Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Ira Boudway

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

26

Seoul Nuclear Security Summit

Health-care reform on trial: The Supreme Court hears arguments from states claiming President Obama’s health-care mandate is unconstitutional.

27

U.K.’s fourth-quarter GDP

Walgreens reports earnings

U.S. consumer confidence: The Conference Board’s index rose to a 12-month high of 70.8 in January. Surveyed economists expect a dip to 70 for March.

28

Germany’s consumer prices

MLB in Japan: The Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners open the 2012 baseball season with two games in Tokyo.

29

U.S. fourth-quarter GDP

Japan’s industrial production

Arab League Summit: Arab leaders gather in Baghdad after postponing their annual summit last spring due to a wave of popular protests.

Canada’s purse: Finance Minister Jim Flaherty presents the annual budget.

30

U.S. personal income and spending

Art Fair Tokyo

Spanish austerity: Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is expected to announce more budget cuts.

31

College basketball: The men’s Final Four begins in New Orleans

Road funds: The Federal government’s authorization to pay for highway construction (and collect an 18.4¢ per gallon tax) expires unless Congress agrees to another extension.

01

April Fools’ Day

Dodger decision: Current Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt reaches the deadline he set for selecting the winning bid for new ownership of the team.

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