U.S. Jobs, Twitter, Mursi, NYC Marathon: Week Nov. 2-9Heather Langan, Greg Miles and Jim McDonald
The U.S. jobs report in the coming week probably will show payrolls rose at a slower pace in October than September as the federal budget impasse prompted some contractors to furlough workers and other employers to delay hiring decisions. The jobless rate is likely to rise to 7.3 percent.
Twitter Inc. plans a $1.4 billion initial public offering.
HSBC Holdings Plc, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, Kellogg Co., Liberty Global Plc, Toyota Motor Corp., Carlyle Group LP, Prudential Financial Inc., Time Warner Inc., Vale SA, Walt Disney Co., Lenovo Group Ltd., Siemens AG and Telefonica SA release results.
Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi goes on trial in Cairo on charges of inciting the murder of opponents.
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--Bloomberg LINK State and Municipal Finance Conference. Scheduled speakers include Puerto Rico Treasury Secretary Melba Acosta; Michigan Budget Director John E. Nixon; Gregory Carey, managing director, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.; and New York Power Authority President Gil Quiniones. The Cutting Room, 44 East 32nd Street, New York. From 08:25.
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