- New York City, June 27 - 28
- Chicago, July 9 -13
- Los Angeles, August 30 - September 1
- San Francisco, September 6 - 7
- Dallas, October 2 - 6
May kicks off with a busy first week filled with earnings, monetary policy and a snapshot of the health of the economy.
Wall Street should expect the unexpected in week three of Trump's America.
After a decent year, Trump looms large over M&A activity, cross-border deals especially. The Deal, TheStreet's sister publication for dealmakers is out with its 2016 ranking of advisers.
Increasing scrutiny on U.S.-China deals could be magnified under the Trump administration, dampening the potential for future deals and possibly putting current agreements in limbo.