The penguins played as if they wore red noses like Osulinnnnn does
It was a circus act disguised before 18,619 fans
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Osulinnn honnnn, I leave everything to u in my will and nick499.
Don't worry. Money will be there when I am gone.
Cheers. U little pitch.
Now you are really really stupid
That makes u a stupig
The day's major U.S. economic news includes the Institute for Supply Management's Purchasing Managers Index for the manufacturing sector for May due at 10:00 a.m. ET (1400 GMT). Analysts in a Reuters survey expect a reading of 50.7, unchanged from April, with a reading above 50 indicating growth.
Also on tap is construction spending data for April at 10:00 a.m. ET, expected to show an increase of 0.8 percent, up from a 1.7 percent decline in March.
"The ISM data is expected to be consistent with the sluggish growth we have been seeing in the sector, which eases concerns that the Fed is going to change its stimulus program," said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Rockwell Global Capital in New York.
"This is going to be another week of volatile trading with ongoing guessing games on what the Fed might or might not do."
In a week of heavy data, the most important will be the May nonfarm payrolls report, scheduled for Friday. Reuters' survey of analysts shows an expected 170,000 jobs added, slightly higher than the previous 165,000.
The Fed's Beige Book survey of regional conditions is on tap for Wednesday.
TOKYO (Nikkei)--Tokyo stocks began sharply lower Monday, with the Nikkei Stock Average opening down 223 points at 13,551. Subsequent trading sent the average below 13,500, its lowest point during trading hours since April 19. The decline follows Friday's slide in the Dow Jones industrial average. Shares in blue-chip exporters, including automakers, are leading the decline.