Monday, October 1

ByKevin Sheekey

Headlines from around the world.

The week ahead.

Monday, Oct. 1
-U.K. Conservative Party meets in Birmingham for its annual conference to hear leaders including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks Oct. 3.
-Quebec election. Polls show the Canadian separatists are headed for the worst result in their history. The Coalition Avenir Quebec party, whose platform calls for reducing immigration, is the front-runner.
-Nobel Prize announcement week begins in Stockholm. Prizes will be awarded in medicine, physics, chemistry, economics, and peace. The Swedish Academy postponed the literature award until 2019.

Tuesday, Oct 2:
-UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi address a renewable energy conference. In New Delhi, through Oct. 5.
-American Enterprise Institute President Arthur Brooks talks with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon about the relationship between public policy and business, and the keys to effective leadership. In Washington.
-The National Press Club holds an event with former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman and former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. They’ll announce a task force report on strengthening government ethics. In Washington.
-Major League Baseball playoffs begin.

Wednesday, Oct. 3
-U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency conducts a national wireless alert test. The president will send a text to most U.S. mobile-phone users that begins “THIS IS A TEST…”
-German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Israel to meet with political leaders and receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Haifa. Through Oct. 4.
-U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May delivers the closing speech at the Conservative Party annual conference. In Birmingham.

Thursday, Oct. 4
-Economic Club of Washington holds event with Larry Kudlow, director of the White House’s National Economic Council. In Washington.

Friday, Oct. 5
-Economists estimate the pace of U.S. job gains probably slowed in September. Payrolls probably rose by 190,000 after a 201,000 increase in August, while the jobless rate likely fell to 3.8% to match the lowest rate since 1969.
-Nobel Peace Prize winner is announced in Oslo.

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