June 21-25, 2004
Fed Governor Ben S. Bernanke speaks in Paris on "The Euro: Five Years Later."
Federal Trade Commission holds seminar on electronic tagging of products, known as RFID, which has raised privacy concerns.
Walgreen, World Wrestling, PalmOne announce earnings.
Fed Governor Susan Schmidt Bies speaks in Washington on "Trends in Risk Management and Corporate Governance."
Wal-Mart Chairman S. Robson Walton addresses "The Power of Mega-Buyers and Their Impact on the Marketplace" before the American Antitrust Institute national conference.
Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Kroger announce earnings.
Brookings Institution briefing on the "Merits and Costs of the [Presidential] Candidates' Domestic Agendas."
Securities and Exchange Commission votes on proposals to reform the mutual fund industry.
FedEx, Bed Bath & Beyond announce earnings.
Fed Governor Edward M. Gramlich, former Treasury secretary Robert E. Rubin and others speak at Concord Coalition symposium on fiscal policy and the federal budget deficit.
Nike announces earnings.
Economic indicators: May durable goods, June help-wanted index, May new home sales.
Fed Governor Donald L. Kohn testifies before the Senate Banking Committee on regulatory reform proposals.
Economic indicators: First-quarter GDP, May existing home sales, June consumer sentiment.