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Today: Stock and bond markets are closed for New Year’s Day (observed).

Tuesday: Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for December. Commerce Department releases construction spending for November.

Wednesday: Federal Reserve releases minutes from December interest-rate meeting. Automakers release vehicle sales for December.

Thursday: Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims. Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, releases weekly mortgage rates. Institute for Supply Management releases its service-sector index for December.

Friday: Labor Department releases employment data for December. Commerce Department releases international trade data and factory orders for November.


>> Exchange Club: Michael Fenley, general manager of the International Market Place in Waikiki, will discuss the renovation of the classic shopping center. Noon-1:30 p.m. at Oahu Country Club. Cost: $25 cash, $26 credit card. Visit

JAN. 11

>> “Cybersecurity: Protecting Information in the Age of the Internet of Things”: Presentation by Andrew Lanning, co-founder of Integrated Security Technologies. He will discuss cybersecurity guidance and ways of monitoring and reporting on organizational cybersecurity. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Municipal Reference Center mezzanine, second floor, 558 S. King St. Free; brown bag lunch. RSVP by Jan. 9 at

JAN. 12

>> Exchange Club: Gary Fuller, professor emeritus in geography at the University of Hawaii, will speak on “Revolution and the Youth Bulge.” Noon-1:30 p.m. at Oahu Country Club. Cost: $25 cash, $26 credit card. Visit

JAN. 14

>> Smart Home Open House: RevoluSun Smart Home showcases a home featuring its energy-efficient product lines. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 7130 Kamilo St. in Honolulu. Free. Call 748-8888 or visit

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