It's going to be epic.
So much data.
Here we go.
Huge data week.
But don't be fooled by the quiet.
TONS of data coming up.
Tomorrow will be busy … Thursday economic releases:
[credit provider=”Flickr/toolmantim” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/toolmantim/2490219129/”] Friday will be a relatively slow day, unless you’re Canadian. Several important Canadian economic data points will be released on Friday.Also in store is the Italian Industrial Production Index number which will be released early in the a.m., and a little later the U.S. Trade Balance for […]
[credit provider=”Zilberman Sands Photography / Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/zilberman-sands/4561432907/”] Tomorrow should be a pretty busy day: the US ISM services number will be released, along with its European equivalents, the PMI services number. A handful of big companies, including NYSE Euronext, will release earnings reports before the market closes.Here’s what you need […]
After a quiet August and the long labour Day weekend in the U.S. policymakers are looking at a number of crucial policy meetings in September and early October.
U.S. markets were hit by a barrage of housing data this week — including existing and new home sales, as well as data on home prices.
As U.S. economic announcements picked up from a lull at the start of August, a number of indicators missed Wall Street’s estimates. But that wasn’t necessarily because conditions were worsening substantially.
There were few major economic announcements this week, with the focus on initial claims and the country’s trade balance.
Most data this week painted a surprisingly stronger labour market picture in the U.S. than most economists had expected.
Data out this week was surprisingly weak, even as we learned that the economy grew faster than anticipated.
Data out this week was modestly robust, until Thursday, when a string of indicators disappointed.
Data out this week was modestly robust, with better readings of consumer credit, job openings, and first time unemployment claims (although that may have been impacted by the July 4 holiday).
[credit provider=”Fruggo, Wikimedia Commons” url=”http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stapel_bakstenen_-_Pile_of_bricks_2005_Fruggo.jpg”] Just a heads up: Today is going to be stacked with economic data in the US.From BI’s Eric Platt…
Earlier: • Summary for Week ending February 3rd This will be a light week for economic releases. The key economic release is the December trade balance report to be released on Friday. Also on Friday Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will speak to the National Association of Homebuilders: “Housing Markets in […]
Pre-market trading has started in Asia, with the Nikkei and Hang Seng flat.
[credit provider=”Bruce Tuten via flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahgrandfather/2556120137/sizes/z/in/photostream/”] By the end of October, we will know if global markets managed to avoid a financial train wreck. The Economic View from 35,000 Feet
The coming week includes a bevy of data releases and treasury auctions totaling $155 billion.
The current downturn on automobile sales may be slamming the U.S. economy right now, but the turnaround in Q3 will make GDP look fantastic, according to Deutsche Bank.
The trading week between Christmas and New-Years-Day is notoriously quiet.
Today is sleepy, but the excitement shall be be quite soon.
The previous post is the Summary for Week ending Oct 23rd The key economic report for the coming week is the Q3 advance GDP report to be released on Friday. There are also three important housing reports to be released early in the week: Existing home sales on Monday, Case-Shiller house […]
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