Tuesday’s business agenda
Mass. home sales
New numbers for single-family home sales in May are expected to be released Tuesday morning. According to the Warren Group, a Boston real estate tracking firm, single-family home sales in Massachusetts rose 34.7 percent from the same period a year before.
According to the Conference Board, a private business research group, the consumer confidence index fell a second month in a row in May, to a six-month low, down to 92.6 from 94.7 a month before. Numbers for June will be released Tuesday morning.
Coding for beginners
General Assembly Boston is hosting an introduction to Python coding class. Attendees will learn how to set up and install Python libraries, write a Python script, and more. Tuesday, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., 51 Melcher St., Boston. $65.
N2 Innovation Corridor
The Newton Needham Chamber of Commerce is giving a presentation on the N2 Innovation Corridor, a 500-acre area between Newton and Needham where multiple innovative companies are headquartered. The chamber has partnered with the city of Newton to develop a strategic plan for attracting new companies. Wednesday, 8 to 10 a.m., Campus Center Theater, Mount Ida College, 777 Dedham St., Newton. Free.
Future of fintech
The Swiss Science Consulate, swissnex Boston, is hosting an event in its Future of Money series. A panel of experts from State Street Corp., Thomson Reuters, and two Swiss fintech companies will debate various technological and entrepreneurial aspects of the emerging financial technology industry. Wednesday, 6 to 8:30 p.m., swissnex Boston, 420 Broadway, Cambridge. $20.