* The ADP National Employment Report for September is expected to show private employers cut far fewer jobs than in August.
* The final estimate on second-quarter GDP figures should confirm that the country suffered a 1.2 percent contraction in economic growth over the summer.
* The Reuters Global Restructuring Summit continues in New York and London. The Central European Investment Summit wraps up in Vienna.
Sportswear giant Nike is expected to report first-quarter results, while Washington financial regulators will be busy with meetings all week.
*Nike reports first-quarter results. The company expects revenues to be lower than in its year-ago quarter amid the sluggish worldwide economy.
* Leaders of the Group of 20 countries meet in Pittsburgh, their third gathering since the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers a year ago.
* The Federal Open Market Committee is expected to hold the target range for overnight interest rates steady at zero to 0.25 percent until at least 2010.