Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

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U.S. home sales

Lowe’s, Agilent Technologies earnings

Myanmar visit: Obama travels to Yangon to meet with President Thein Sein and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

20

U.S. housing starts

Best Buy, Hewlett-Packard earnings

Storm tally: New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority announces cost estimates for Sandy.

21

U.S. leading economic indicators, consumer confidence

Deere earnings

Talks on talks: U.S., Chinese, and European negotiators meet in Brussels to discuss how to persuade Iran to abandon its nuclear program.

22

Brazil’s unemployment rate, current account

U.S. markets close for Thanksgiving

EU summit: 27 heads of state assemble in Brussels to debate the 2014–20 budget, with the U.K.’s David Cameron threatening a veto if there are no cuts.

23

Germany’s GDP, Italy’s retail sales, Canada’s CPI

Black Friday: U.S. shoppers will spend $11.4 billion on the busiest shopping day of the year.

24

Ashura begins. The Shi’a holiday marks the death of Muhammad’s grandson Ali.

European Software Conference in Munich

Buy Nothing Day: Anti-consumerism group Adbusters stages protests and asks shoppers to stay home for a day.

25

Seattle Marathon

Separatist rumblings: Catalonia holds early elections, with the main nationalist party expected to win. For more events and interactive content, visit Businessweek.com.

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