Seven Days

Events of note in the week ahead

by Evan Applegate

ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA ROTHMAN

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Brazil trade balance

Mexico CPI

Barack Obama in New York: The president arrives at United Nations Headquarters for a two-day visit.

25

U.S. consumer confidence, home prices

Paris Fashion Week

Candidates collide: Mitt Romney and Obama will speak at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting.

Yom Kippur: The Jewish day of atonement begins at sundown.

26

U.S. new home sales

Germany, Russia CPI

General strike: Greece’s major unions stage a 24-hour protest of government plans to cut wages and pensions.

27

U.S. GDP, consumer comfort

RIM, Nike, Walgreens earnings

Early voting: In-person voting for the presidential election begins in Wyoming and Iowa.

28

University of Michigan consumer confidence

France GDP, euro zone CPI

Ryder Cup: The best golfers from the U.S. and Europe square off in Medinah, Ill.

29

Women’s tennis: China Open in Beijing

Tinkerers unite: The World Maker Faire, an annual gathering of technology and do-it-yourself enthusiasts, begins in New York.

30

Oracle OpenWorld technology conference

Berlin Marathon

Lunar Harvest Festival: A public holiday in China and Taiwan, the Mid-Autumn Festival is commemorated with mooncakes and family reunions.

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