Oct. 17-21, 2005

17 Monday

Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan speaks on energy issues in Tokyo.

Woodrow Wilson Center hosts forum on U.S.-Canada energy issue.

Cardiovascular Research Foundation holds annual meeting on Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics at the Washington Convention Center.

Cato Institute hosts forum on eminent domain and property rights.

IBM, Citigroup, GM issue quarterly reports.

18 Tuesday

Senate Banking Committee holds hearings on flood insurance and derivatives markets.

Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings on immigration reform.

House Transportation panel holds hearing on rebuilding New

Orleans.

President's tax reform panel meets at Ronald Reagan Building.

Institute for International Economics hosts forum on

NAFTA impact.

College Board issues reports on tuitions and economic value of a college degree.

Johnson & Johnson, Merrill Lynch, Motorola, Yahoo issue quarterly reports.

Economic indicators: September producer prices.

19 Wednesday

House Commerce panel holds hearing on eminent domain.

House Energy subcommittee holds hearing on winter fuel outlook.

House Government Reform panel holds hearing on oil refinery

capacity.

Bank of America, General Dynamics, J.P. Morgan Chase issue quarterly reports.

Economic indicators: September housing starts.

20 Thursday

Joint Economic Committee holds hearing on economic outlook.

Capital One, Coca-Cola, Eli Lilly, Ford, Google, McDonald's, Nucor, MedImmune, Southwest Airlines issue quarterly reports.

Economic indicators: Conference Board's leading economic indicators.

21 Friday

AT&T, Xerox issue quarterly reports.