Politics 12 March 2012 Economic lookahead: w/c 12 March Unemployment figures released, second Greek bailout discussed, and goldbugs debating at the IEA. Print HTML Monday Eurozone finance ministers meet, and are expected to approve the second Greek bailout now that the country has fulfilled it requirements by convincing creditors to drop more than €100bn of debt' UN World Water Development Report says demand for water is threatening all major development targets. World Travel & Tourism Council say that air passenger duty is costing the UK economy billions. Centre for Economics & Business Research blame rising commodity prices for a fall in real disposeable income in the UK. FSB's Voice of Small Business Index released. Tuesday Annual review of the inflation basket. Previous years have seen the introduction of Blu-ray players and flatscreen TV's, and the merging of "women's trousers" and "women's skirts". OECD harmonised unemployment rates; released the day before the UK's own unemployment figures, these serve as a useful international comparator. Department for Communities and Local Government release their house price index. The only government-collated house price index, these will be the figures to use to examine the NewBuy program. ONS releases the UK trade figures. Wednesday UK unemployment figures released. Expected to show a rise in unemployment and youth unemployment. Mark Hoban, Financial Secretary, will be up in front of the European Scrutiny Committee talking about the eurozone debt crisis. Consumer Credit Counselling Service will release their annual statistical yearbook. Personal debt has fallen out of the spotlight, but there's growing consensus that if there is another debt crisis, this is the sector it will fall upon. Lord Turner, chairman of the FSA, will interviewed by the Treasury Select Committee about mortgages. Thursday OECD launch their report on the medium term environmental outlook. IEA host a discussion on the return to the gold standard, 6:30pm, London. Debate on lowering the price of motherhood at the Resolution Foundation, 10:30am, London. IMF board to discuss the second Greek bailout. Friday Financial policy committee of the Bank of England to meet. Japan releases its monthly economic report. › Opinionomics: must-read analysis and comment The basket of goods which determines inflation is set to change. Credit: Getty Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe More Related articles Leader: On capitalism and insecurity No economy is an island: why Britain's finances now depend on Europe Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Philip Hammond as Chancellor mean for policy?