The key event this week will be the FOMC statement and press conference on Wednesday. It is possible that the FOMC will start to reduce the monthly purchases of assets. There are three key housing reports that will be released … Continue reading →
The key report this week will be August retail sales to be released on Friday. —– Monday, September 9th —– 3:00 PM: Consumer Credit for July from the Federal Reserve. The consensus is for credit to increase $12.3 billion in … Continue reading →
The key reports this week are the ISM reports Tuesday and Thursday, and the August employment report on Friday. Other key reports include the trade deficit on Wednesday, and August auto sales also on Wednesday. —– Monday, September 2nd —– … Continue reading →
The key reports this week are Case-Shiller house prices for June on Tuesday, the second estimate of Q2 GDP on Thursday, and the July Personal Income and Outlays report on Friday. For manufacturing, the Dallas and Richmond regional manufacturing surveys … Continue reading →
The key reports this week are July existing home sales on Wednesday, and July new home sales on Friday. The Kansas City Fed will host the annual Jackson Hole symposium from Thursday through Saturday. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will not … Continue reading →
(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) This will be a busy week for economic data. A key report will be July retail sales to be released on Tuesday. Also there are two key housing reports that will … Continue reading →
(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) The key reports this week are the ISM service index on Monday and the Trade deficit report on Tuesday. International Trade Market Consensus before announcement The U.S. international trade gap in … Continue reading →
(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) This will be a very busy week for economic data. The key reports this week are the Q2 advance GDP report on Wednesday, and the July employment report on Friday. Other … Continue reading →
(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) The key reports this week are the June existing home sales on Monday, and the June new home sales report on Wednesday. For manufacturing, the Richmond and Kansas City regional manufacturing … Continue reading →
(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) The key report this week is June retail sales, released on Monday. There are two key housing reports that will be released this week, housing starts on Wednesday, and the homebuilder … Continue reading →
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