UPCOMING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2013

IRAN-NUCLEAR TALKS

VIENNA — Don't expect a breakthrough — but chances for progress have seldom been better. This is the message coming both from Iran and six world powers ahead of renewed talks this week meant to end a decade of deadlock on Tehran's nuclear program. The two sides come to the negotiating table in Geneva on Tuesday and Wednesday amid a feel-good atmosphere that began with the June election of centrist President Hassan Rouhani. Subsequent conciliatory comments by Iranian officials were capped last month by a phone call between Rouhani and President Barack Obama — the first conversation between U.S. and Iranian leaders in more than three decades. By George Jahn. By 0909 GMT. 1000 Words.

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NOBEL ECONOMICS

STOCKHOLM — The winner of Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is announced. UPCOMING: Urgent updates from 1100 GMT, then 800 words by 1600 GMT. (print, photos, video).

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EUROPE-ECONOMY

LONDON — August industrial production figures for the 17-country eurozone will be viewed in the context of the nascent recovery that's taking place in the single currency bloc. By Pan Pylas. 130 words by 0915 GMT, 400 words by 1030 GMT.

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