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The week ahead

July 13, 2009

TODAY

Treasury releases federal budget for June.

House Financial Services subcommittee hearing on preventing unfair trading by government officials.

Quarterly earnings report expected from CSX.

TUESDAY

Commerce Department releases retail sales report for June.

Commerce Department releases report on business inventories for May.

Labor Department releases producer price index for June.

House Financial Services subcommittee hearing on the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the president's proposed financial overhaul.

House Science and Technology subcommittee hearing on wind and solar energy research.

Senate Banking Committee hearing on the administration's plan to create a consumer financial protection agency.

Quarterly earnings reports expected from Intel, Goldman Sachs Group, Johnson & Johnson and Yum Brands.

WEDNESDAY

Labor Department releases consumer price index for June.

Federal Reserve Board releases industrial production data for June and minutes from its June meeting.

Senate Banking subcommittee hearing on regulating hedge funds and other private investment funds.

Quarterly earnings reports expected from Abbott Laboratories, AMR and Gannett.

THURSDAY

Labor Department releases report on weekly jobless claims.

National Assn. of Home Builders releases housing market index for July.

Freddie Mac releases report on weekly mortgage rates.

Former Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the Bank of America-Merrill Lynch deal.

House Agriculture Committee hearing on food safety.

Quarterly earnings reports expected from Google, Baxter International, Harley-Davidson, IBM, JPMorgan Chase and Marriott International.

FRIDAY

Commerce Department releases report on housing starts for June.

House Financial Services Committee hearing on the president's proposed financial overhaul.

Quarterly earnings reports expected from Mattel, Bank of America, Citigroup and General Electric.

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