Monday, October 4, 2004

The Week Ahead


Commerce Department reports on factory orders for August; Treasury bill auction.


Trial of former Enterasys executives in federal court in New Hampshire for alleged fraud that cost investors $1.3 billion.


Cleveland Fed president Sandra Pianlto headlines annual economy outlook forecast meeting of the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce; nation's largest retailers announce their sales figures for September; Federal Reserve reports on consumer credit for August.


Stanley Cox sentencing in affinity fraud case; Labor Department reports on employment for September; General Electric reports quarterly results.


Expiration date of Kroger Co. contract covering about 8,500 workers in Greater Cincinnati.

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