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Originally published Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 10:01 PM

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Sunday Memo: The business week ahead

On Tuesday, the Commerce Department releases November trade-deficit figures. On Wednesday the Federal Reserve releases its Beige Book of regional economic conditions, while the Treasury Department comes out with the December update on the federal budget deficit.

Heads up: On Tuesday, the Commerce Department releases November trade-deficit figures. On Wednesday the Federal Reserve releases its Beige Book of regional economic conditions, while the Treasury Department comes out with the December update on the federal budget deficit. On Thursday, the Labor Department releases its weekly report on first-time jobless claims, and two reports come out from Commerce: retail sales for December and business inventories for November. The week wraps up Friday with the Labor Department's release of the consumer price index for December and the Fed's report on industrial production for December.

Monday: The fourth-quarter earnings season kicks off, with industrial giant Alcoa reporting its financial results. Alcoa is the first company in the Dow Jones industrial average to issue earnings results each quarter. Its performance is considered a key indicator of economic trends.

Tuesday: Airbus will present its 2009 jet order and delivery totals. Louis Gallois, CEO of Airbus parent EADS, along with Airbus CEO Tom Enders and Airbus sales chief John Leahy, will speak about the state of Airbus and prospects for the year ahead.

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