Last week, the US consumer price index increased 0.4% from August, according to Labor Department data released Wednesday. Compared with a year ago, the CPI rose 5.4%, matching the largest annual ga...
17 Oct 21 (Sun)
UMich 71.4, Exp. 73.1
UMich Current Conditions 77.9, Exp. 81.3
UMich Expectations 67.2, Exp. 69.1
15 Oct 21 (Fri)
US Retail Sales 0.7%, Exp. -0.2%
Retail Sales Ex auto 0.8%, Exp. 0.5%
Crude +6.09MM, Exp. +1.050MM
14 Oct 21 (Thu)
PPI 0.5%, Exp. 0.6%
PPI Y/Y 8.6%, Exp. 8.7%
PPI Core 0.2%, Exp. 0.5%
PPI Core Y/Y 6.8%, Exp. 7.1%
Focus on US data
Weekly jobless claims numbers at 8:30 will give a fresh sight into labor market developments. Initial claims are expected to inch down to 319,000 from 326,000 last...
Weekly jobless claims numbers at 8:30 will give a fresh sight into labor market developments. Initial claims are expected to inch down to 319,000 from 326,000 last week.
Of more int...
FOMC Minutes Confirm Fed To Taper, $15BN Per Month, Several Preferred More Rapid Bond-Buying Cuts
13 Oct 21 (Wed)
Focus on the minutes of the FOMC meeting due Wednesday is expected to provide investors with an insight into the Fed’s thinking on monetary policy.
In the last meeting, the Federal...
- Some participants saw inflation as likely to remain elevated through 2022, with upside risks
- A number of participants highlighted the idea of raising the target range for Fed Funds la...
FOMC: Many participants remarked upon risk-management considerations and the way in which these figured into their thinking on asset purchases and the appropriate policy stance.
The consumer price index increased 0.4% from August, according to Labor Department data released Wednesday. Compared with a year ago, the CPI rose 5.4%, matching the largest annual gain since 2008....
CPI 0.4%, Exp. 0.3%
CPI Core 0.2%, Exp. 0.2%
CPI Y/Y 5.4%, Exp. 5.3%
CPI Core Y/Y 4.0%, Exp. 4.0%
U.S. inflation data for September will be released at 8:30 AM ET, into a market increasingly paranoid about how fast prices are rising and how long they will stay elevated for.
US JOLTS Job openings 10,439MM, Exp. 10.954MM, Last 11.098MM
12 Oct 21 (Tue)
Focus on the Labor Department monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey for August.
Vacancies are expected to have dipped after surging to nearly 11 million earlier...
Last week, Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) in the US rose by 194K in September. This reading missed the market expectation of 500K by a wide margin. On a positive note, the August print of 235K got revised...
11 Oct 21 (Mon)
Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) in the US rose by 194,000 in September, the data published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed on Friday. This reading missed the market expectation of 500,000 by a w...
08 Oct 21 (Fri)
US September non-farm payrolls +194K vs +500K expected
The main focus Today will be the official job report for September, due at 8:30 AM ET (1230 GMT), with investors using the strength of the labor market as a barometer for the state of the economic...