Futures and Options: Business events for the week of Nov. 28-Dec.2

November 26, 2011
Monday

}Chamber of Commerce hosts forum on U.S.-E.U. regulatory cooperation.

}New America Foundation hosts discussion on economic insecurity.

}New-home sales data released.

Tuesday

}House Financial Services hearing on manufactured housing.

}Federal Energy Regulatory Commission opens two-day conference on energy priorities and risks.

}Consumer confidence report.

}PMI Group, Tiffany report earnings.

Wednesday

}Federal Open Market Committee holds closed meeting.

}Senate Judiciary hearing on a balanced-budget amendment.

}Senate Aging hearing on prescription use in nursing homes.

}Senate Commerce hearing on FCC nominations.

}House Science hearing on stimulus oversight.

}House Veterans’ Affairs hearing on small-business certification process.

}House Education hearing on college costs.

}House Commerce markup session on legislation related to retirement security and FCC reform.

}House Financial Services markup session on legislation related to job growth, business risk and Dodd-Frank.

}House Oversight hearing on economic effects of hours-of-service rule for truckers.

}National Transportation Safety Board opens three-day forum on aircraft safety oversight.

}Chamber of Commerce hosts discussion on U.S. trade agenda.

}Aspen Institute hosts discussion on U.S. manufacturing strategy.

}Pending home sales index and Case-Shiller index of monthly change in value of residential real estate.

}Express, Guess, Krispy Kreme and La-Z-Boy report earnings.

Thursday

}ISM manufacturing index.

}Construction spending reported.

}Motor vehicle sales report.

}Barnes & Noble, H&R Block, J Crew, Jos A Bank, Kroger, Lululemon and Talbots report earnings.

Friday

}Report on employment situation.

}Senate Agriculture hearing on oversight of Wall Street reform.

}Senate Homeland Security hearing on health-care costs for foster children.

}House Financial Services hearing on oversight of Federal Housing Finance Agency.

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