Sunday, April 23
First round of French presidential election. Exit polls expected at 1400 ET. Final result expected around 1800 ET.
Monday, April 24
-Notable data: Canadian wholesale trade
-Notable earnings: Precision Drilling, CN Rail, Barrick Gold, Newmont Mining, Halliburton, West Fraser Timber, PrairieSky Royalty
-China-Canada exploratory trade talks resume in Ottawa.
-National Business Book Award ceremony in Toronto (0800 ET).
-Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari delivers speech (0830 ET).
Tuesday, April 25
-Notable data: S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. home price index, U.S. new home sales, U.S. consumer confidence
-Notable earnings: Teck Resources, Metro, Caterpillar, McDonald's, Coca-Cola, 3M, Freeport-McMoran, AT&T
-Barrick Gold holds annual general meeting in Toronto (1000 ET).
-CN Rail holds annual general meeting in Regina (1100 ET).
-Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi delivers speech in Toronto (1200 ET).
-Wells Fargo holds annual general meeting (1000 ET).
-U.S. Commerce Department expected to announce today whether it will impose one set of duties on Canadian softwood.
Wednesday, April 26
-Notable data: Canadian retail sales
-Notable earnings: BCE, Suncor, Cenovus, Goldcorp, Sherritt, Canfor, Restaurant Brands International, Twitter, PepsiCo, P&G, Boeing
-BCE holds annual general meeting in Ottawa (0930 ET).
-Cenovus holds annual general meeting in Calgary (1600 ET)
-Greg Bonnell moderates Empire Club panel on "Surviving Canada's Housing Market" in Toronto (1800 ET).
Thursday, April 27
-Notable data: U.S. durable goods
-Notable earnings: PotashCorp, Crescent Point Energy, Agnico Eagle, Domtar, Maple Leaf Foods, Jean Coutu, Fairfax Financial, Alphabet, Amazon.com, Intel, Microsoft, Starbucks, Ford, UPS
-Kathleen Wynne’s government tables Ontario provincial budget (1600 ET).
-Suncor holds annual general meeting in Calgary (1230 ET).
-European Central Bank releases interest rate decision (0745 ET).
Friday, April 28
-Notable data: Canadian GDP, Canadian industrial product and raw materials price indices, U.S. GDP, U.S. consumer sentiment
-Notable earnings: Imperial Oil, Cameco, Thomson Reuters, GM, Exxon Mobil, Chevron
-Imperial Oil holds annual general meeting in Calgary (1130 ET)