Dec. 2 - U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will travel to Europe next week to lobby key leaders ahead of an EU summit. Reuters Economics Editor William Schomberg says Geithner's visit should go smoother than his last meeting with EU finance ministers.
Here is -- US week ahead Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner travels to Europe to meet with leaders ahead about critical summit. On the region's debt crisis. -- hold talks with French president Nicholas Sarkozy. Italy's new prime minister Mario Monti and Spain's new prime minister elect Mariano Rajoy on Tuesday and Wednesday. Brightest economics editor William shopper says Geithner should get a warmer reception than last time. This time around of course eurozone crisis much deeper people talk about possible breakup of the eurozone. And also the IMF -- -- plan this time around the United States the biggest shareholder and I'm half so perhaps you he's been a little bit less sensitive about. That if an American announcements coming talking about how as a result across. MF global CEO Jon Corzine faces a grilling on the hill about the collapse of the brokerage firm. He's due to testify before a house panel on Thursday. And that's global filed for bankruptcy in October after investors were spooked by its risky bets on European sovereign debt. Investigators are now searching for over one billion dollars worth of missing customer money. Check the health of the recovery with key economic indicators on tap. Monday -- the release I guess that services and factory orders initial jobless claims come out on Thursday. On Friday international trade figures will be released as well as the first read of the December Reuters University of Michigan sentiment index. Two members of the Fed takes the podium on Monday Chicago fed president Charles Evans speaks on the central bank's outlook. And dual mandate he was the lone dissenter that last meeting calling for more stimulus. Then on Wednesday fed governor Sarah bloom raskin moderates up policy have now. Retail outfits dominate earnings results on Monday investors we'll hear from Dollar General and have always. -- -- -- is -- Tuesday and Pacific Sunwear of California reports Wednesday. Pep Boys as the star might stand out expect earnings of thirteen cents a share that would be a surprise of the upside of over 3%. When compared to the mean estimate. I'm Rhonda -- this is writers and.