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    13-17 Jan '14 Eco Calendar: Data Overload.

    by yourdeadmeat69 Jan 10, 2014 5:46 PM
    yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Jan 10, 2014 5:51 PM Flag

    The only quiet day is Monday, every gambit in the economic world gets a report. I expect huge volatility all week long, for the week past proved tapering premature by years. Unemployment drops to 6.7% because--massive numbers of folks have just given up, and Walmart and Micky D's can hire only so many.

    So why did the little guy stocks do better than the Dow and S and P? They're the real driver of the economy, and they need low cost business loans, and that means keeping irates low, and that means--we could see tapering the taper sooner than later.

    Another 2% got lopped off homes this past week, up to now 6% off the high. Will anybody get the message?

    Can you hear me Yellen at the top of my lungs?

  • Jan 13 2:00 PM Treasury Budget Dec - +$44.0B +$44.0B -$1.2B -
    Jan 14 8:30 AM Retail Sales Dec - -0.3% 0.0% 0.7% -
    Jan 14 8:30 AM Retail Sales ex-auto Dec - -0.1% 0.4% 0.4% -
    Jan 14 8:30 AM Export Prices ex-ag. Dec - NA NA 0.1% -
    Jan 14 8:30 AM Import Prices ex-oil Dec - NA NA 0.0% -
    Jan 14 10:00 AM Business Inventories Nov - 0.2% 0.3% 0.7% -
    Jan 15 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 01/11 - NA NA 2.6% -
    Jan 15 8:30 AM PPI Dec - 0.2% 0.3% -0.1% -
    Jan 15 8:30 AM Core PPI Dec - 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% -
    Jan 15 8:30 AM Empire Manufacturing Jan - 4.0 3.5 1.0 -
    Jan 15 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 01/11 - NA NA -2.675M -
    Jan 15 2:00 PM Fed's Beige Book Jan - - - - -
    Jan 16 8:30 AM Initial Claims 01/11 - 335K 333K 330K -
    Jan 16 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 01/04 - 2875K 2835K 2865K -
    Jan 16 8:30 AM CPI Dec - 0.2% 0.3% 0.0% -
    Jan 16 8:30 AM Core CPI Dec - 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% -
    Jan 16 9:00 AM Net Long-Term TIC Flows Nov - NA NA $35.4B -
    Jan 16 10:00 AM Philadelphia Fed Jan - 8.0 8.0 6.4 7.0
    Jan 16 10:00 AM NAHB Housing Market Index Jan - 57 57 58 -
    Jan 16 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 01/11 - NA NA -157 bcf -
    Jan 17 8:30 AM Housing Starts Dec - 945K 986K 1091K -
    Jan 17 8:30 AM Building Permits Dec - 1000K 1000K 1007K -
    Jan 17 9:15 AM Industrial Production Dec - 0.3% 0.3% 1.1% -
    Jan 17 9:15 AM Capacity Utilization Dec - 79.1% 79.1% 79.0% -
    Jan 17 9:55 AM Mich Sentiment Jan - 81.5 83.0 82.5 -
    Jan 17 10:00 AM JOLTS - Job Openings Nov - NA NA 3.925M -

  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Dec 27, 2013 3:50 PM Flag

    Since I had two major health issues under the age of 40, I applaud your Darwinistic approach. The sooner people who don't take care of themselves drop dead the better off the rest of us will be.

    Oh wait! You're just going to wind up in an Emergency Room paid for by the state anyway.

    Never mind mooch, keep up the good work.

  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Dec 27, 2013 3:46 PM Flag

    You might think that with 6 days lost between Thanksgiving and XMAS this year, smart retailers would leave the sale day door open a bit longer than 25 Dec.

    Duh.

  • Homes cars mortgages confidence, a light trading week, and the govt will paint a rosy picture they can always change next reporting period, so the start to the New Year, classically the next week after should "tell" the soothsayers the rest of the year. For next week, with budget "behind" us, and only the debt ceiling in the late Feb Mar, will it be eat drink and be merry? Traditionally, yes.

    See how that is supposed to work?

    30 DEC Pending Home Sales Index 10:00 AM ET Fed Mfg Survey 10:30 AM ET 3-Month Bill Auction 6-Month Bill Auction 11:30 AM ET 4-Week Bill Auction 1:00 PM ET Farm Prices 3:00 PM ET

    31 DEC TUESDAY ICSC-Goldman Store Sales 7:45 AM ET Redbook 8:55 AM ET S&P Case-Shiller HPI ]9:00 AM ET Chicago PMI 9:45 AM ET Consumer Confidence 10:00 AM ET State Street Investor Confidence Index
    10:00 AM ET

    Early Close 2:00 ET

    New Year's Day All Markets Closed

    2 JAN THURSDAY MBA Purchase Applications 7:00 AM ET Gallup U.S. Job Creation Index 8:30 AM ET Jobless Claims 8:30 AM ET PMI Manufacturing Index 8:58 AM ET Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index 9:45 AM ET ISM Mfg Index 10:00 AM ET Construction Spending 10:00 AM ET EIA Petroleum Status Report 11:00 AM ET 3-Month Bill Announcement 6-Month Bill Announcement 52-Week Bill Announcement 3-Yr Note Announcement 10-Yr Note Announcement30-Yr Bond Announcement ALL AT 11:00 AM ET Fed Balance Sheet 4:30 PM ET Money Supply 4:30 PM ET

    3 JAN Motor Vehicle Sales EIA Natural Gas Report 10:30 AM ET Charles Plosser Speaks 12:45 PM ET Jeremy Stein Speaks 1:15 PM ET Jeffrey Lacker Speaks 1:30 PM ET Ben Bernanke Speaks 2:30 PM ET Charles Plosser Speaks 5:00 PM ET

  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Dec 24, 2013 1:33 AM Flag

    New Home sales is the big gremlin today, as mortgage rates have spiked so badly, mortgage refi's have hit the toilet--but--when will the 4% hit home prices under $600K took in the past six weeks hit the fan? And will the market view that as bond buying anti tapering friendly? And will the market believe that is a probusiness thing again? I can see the herd milling about, waiting for its one day a year of dysfunctional family reunions to grumpily return to the market on Thursday, their nuts having been thoroughly roasted on an open fire?

    The market closes at 1PM EST today and after market floats along till 5PM. But I suspect not a creature will be stirring, and the mice have indigestion. TTFN.

  • Reply to

    need some help here

    by pepperoniandmushrooms2003 Dec 23, 2013 7:33 PM
    yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Dec 24, 2013 1:22 AM Flag

    If you're a chartist you haven't been helping the last fifty percent PM fall. Reflation is a myth built on printing money, that all wound up drifting to banks, not the real economy. Hiring has been frozen to date based on corporations hoarding cash. The next hit on metals and miners to avoid a crash worse than the fifty percent haircut, is to see if hiring post XMAS actually remains, and unemployment, however #$%$ the McJobs, continues to decline NET of people literally falling off the unemployment roles.

    If those recidivist unemployed remain a glut on the market, wage "growth" will not occur in reality, and pressure to raise prices to the employed will remain high, all auguring against PM valuations.

    Silver has an industrial edge, but it has fared worse than gold, a 50% versus 40% gold haircut. If Yellen prematurely raises rates by whatever means, tapering bond buying is one of those means (before reflation of real estate, now dissipating from homes under $600K, but still blasting away at those above $750K) CD's will become a real drag on even the stock market advances--that shouldn't happen till end of 2016, but Fed timing has sucked mightily the past last 20 years.

    You might recoup some cash by selling covered call options against your shares, you can get some juicy cash for leaps, and invest the rest in high flying equities from GOOG to NFLX. That might help.

  • when all cross the land,
    personal income climbed
    (for most tho 'twas bland)
    And looks like goods ordered
    may take a small hit
    and our fave-mortgage index
    still just looks like tschit.
    On deficits, on mortgage rates,
    on house prices that fall,
    on claims that climb weekly
    on employment stalled.
    All is ignored, stock worshipers whine
    into empty skies on cholesterol dine.
    But silver will falter
    as deflation persists
    Don't catch falling knives
    cuts really hurt like tschit.

    Dec 23 8:30 AM Personal Income Nov - 0.5% 0.5% -0.1% -
    Dec 23 8:30 AM Personal Spending Nov - 0.7% 0.5% 0.3% -
    Dec 23 8:30 AM PCE Prices - Core Nov - 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% -
    Dec 23 9:55 AM Michigan Sentiment - Final Dec - 83.5 83.3 82.5 -
    Dec 24 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 12/21 - NA NA #$%$ -
    Dec 24 8:30 AM Durable Orders Nov - 3.0% 2.2% -1.6% -2.0%
    Dec 24 8:30 AM Durable Goods -ex transportation Nov - 0.5% 0.6% 0.4% -0.1%
    Dec 24 9:00 AM FHFA Housing Price Index Oct - NA NA 0.3% -
    Dec 24 10:00 AM New Home Sales Nov - 430K 433K 444K -
    Dec 26 8:30 AM Initial Claims 12/21 - 350K 350K 379K -
    Dec 26 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 12/14 - 2850K 2850K 2884K -
    Dec 27 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 12/21 - NA NA -285 bcf -
    Dec 27 11:00 AM Crude Inventories 12/21 - NA NA -2.941M

  • See what I am getting at? Can you hear me? How about $5 upside potential in DAYS???

  • yourdeadmeat69 by yourdeadmeat69 Dec 9, 2013 10:18 AM Flag

    Four our Spanish speaking friends.

  • For those who want to walk up to the divvy on the 17th, which is also option expiration? See you about $2.5-$4 higher, if history prevails.

  • Measuring jobs during the XMAS season miscues the actual economy, the 7.0% unemployment figure is about to take a bust, but not until January is reported and the XMAS hire drifts out of the economy. In the meantime you don't fight the ticker. Silver is up on the dollar decline, but I think it is short lived -- for the next six weeks for you swing traders can make money being bullish. When the truth is known, to be lies, you'll want somebody to love when the market sees what the real economy looks like, but not yet, not yet. It all converges with the FOMC statement next week, but it also converges with the next budget snafu in January, and the dawn that we are in bubble territory. How do I know? The "taper" rumor of May, just began to slice away at pricing of existing homes these past two weeks, about 2% has disappeared off the top of home values, which are only at August 2006 values. 1/4 are still underwater, and 1/3 more can just break even.

    Those that say no taper are right, but those that say out of the woods are whistling dixie.
    FWIW.

    Dec 10 10:00 AM Wholesale Inventories Oct - 0.3% 0.3% 0.4% -
    Dec 10 10:00 AM JOLTS - Job Openings Oct - NA NA 3.913M -
    Dec 11 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 12/07 - NA NA -12.8% -
    Dec 11 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Purchase Index 12/07 - NA NA -12.8% -
    Dec 11 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 12/07 - NA NA -5.585M -
    Dec 11 2:00 PM Treasury Budget Nov - -$140.0B -$140.0B -$172.1B -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Initial Claims 12/07 - 325K 315K 298K -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 11/30 - 2750K 2750K 2744K -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Retail Sales Nov - 0.9% 0.6% 0.4% -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Retail Sales ex-auto Nov - 0.5% 0.3% 0.2% -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Export Prices ex-ag. Nov - NA NA -0.4% -
    Dec 12 8:30 AM Import Prices ex-oil Nov - NA NA 0.0% -
    Dec 12 10:00 AM Business Inventories Oct - 0.3% 0.3% 0.6% -
    Dec 12 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 12/07 - NA NA NA -
    Dec 13 8:30 AM PPI Nov - -0.1% -0.1% -0.2% -
    Dec 13 8:30 AM Core PPI Nov - 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% -

  • Too much made of "insider sales" which was free money to those that sold. Now watch the market chase the monster divvy. I think %8.50 is easily possible, not to mention the short squeeze arising from good, if not specatcular results.

  • Somebody bought big.

  • No Nukes for Iran, agreement to agree 24 Nov, should blast market forward, but those pesky home sales and valuations run headwind into that 100 basis point pop in full bloom this week, not to mention seasonal slackdown everyone's forgotten these past 20 years. My neighborhood already took one percent off the price top. Dysfunctional families will brave rains 27 Nov to gather and give each other indigestion 28th, crushing arteries and spirits everywhere. Mkts are closed because there's only so much dissolution you can stand, closed even half day Friday to give more time for the Pepto to work.

    This week's govt sponsored mythology is below. It's not what's real--it's what's believed and how marketeers behave that counts. Keep watching the skies.

    Nov 25 10:00 AM Pending Home Sales Oct - 1.0% 1.3% -5.6% -
    Nov 26 8:30 AM Housing Starts Sep - 900K 915K 891K -
    Nov 26 8:30 AM Housing Starts Oct - 915K 920K NA -
    Nov 26 8:30 AM Building Permits Sep - 930K 932K 918K -
    Nov 26 8:30 AM Building Permits Oct - 930K 932K NA -
    Nov 26 9:00 AM Case-Shiller 20-city Index Sep - 13.0% 13.0% 12.8% -
    Nov 26 9:00 AM FHFA Housing Price Index Sep - NA NA 0.3% -
    Nov 26 10:00 AM Consumer Confidence Nov - 74.0 72.4 71.2 -
    Nov 27 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 11/23 - NA NA -2.3% -
    Nov 27 8:30 AM Initial Claims 11/23 - 335K 330K 323K -
    Nov 27 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 11/16 - 2875K 2875K 2876K -
    Nov 27 8:30 AM Durable Orders Oct - -3.0% -2.2% 3.8% 3.7%
    Nov 27 8:30 AM Durable Goods -ex transportation Oct - 0.3% 0.2% -0.2% -0.1%
    Nov 27 9:45 AM Chicago PMI Nov - 58.0 58.0 65.9 -
    Nov 27 9:55 AM Michigan Sentiment - Final Nov - 73.5 73.0 72.0 -
    Nov 27 10:00 AM Leading Indicators Oct - -0.1% -0.1% 0.7% -
    Nov 27 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 11/23 - NA NA 0.375M -
    Nov 27 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 11/23 - NA NA -45 bcf -

  • Silver plops + or - a % daily as winds blow, as this week FOMC Notes show a conflicted FOMC tempered by Yellen's QE infinity speech ("blunt instruments" and MBS bond buying)-- trickle down, which business hasn't bothered to trickle on unemployment much, a fiction that hasn't been economic reality since the pill killed population growth. (Hence population is growing only if we import furriners). Inflation lies will come in low, altho reality is, my COSTCO shirts and pants have jumped two bucks or ten percent over last year, (it's back to TJ MAX and Marshalls, where $7-9 shirts are just $9-$12, better than Walmart nation). I expect existing home sales to reflect winter doldrums for months, and the S and P and Russell 2000 to claw upward. It's bubblecious.

    GLWT
    Date Time (ET) Statistic For Actual Briefing Forecast Market Expects Prior Revised From
    Nov 18 9:00 AM Net Long-Term TIC Flows Sep - NA NA -$8.9M -
    Nov 18 10:00 AM NAHB Housing Market Index Nov - 53 55 55 -
    Nov 19 8:30 AM Employment Cost Index Q3 - 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% -
    Nov 20 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 11/16 - NA NA -1.8% -
    Nov 20 8:30 AM Retail Sales Oct - 0.3% 0.1% -0.1% -
    Nov 20 8:30 AM Retail Sales ex-auto Oct - 0.4% 0.1% 0.4% -
    Nov 20 8:30 AM CPI Oct - 0.0% 0.0% 0.2% -
    Nov 20 8:30 AM Core CPI Oct - 0.1% 0.2% 0.1% -
    Nov 20 10:00 AM Existing Home Sales Oct - 4.95M 5.20M 5.29M -
    Nov 20 10:00 AM Business Inventories Sep - 0.0% 0.4% 0.3% -
    Nov 20 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 11/16 - NA NA 2.640M -
    Nov 20 2:00 PM FOMC Minutes 10/30 - - - - -
    Nov 21 8:30 AM Initial Claims 11/16 - 335K 333K 339K -
    Nov 21 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 11/09 - 2875K 2863K 2874K -
    Nov 21 8:30 AM PPI Oct - 0.0% -0.2% -0.1% -
    Nov 21 8:30 AM Core PPI Oct - 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% -
    Nov 21 10:00 AM Philadelphia Fed Nov - 5.0 11.9 19.8 -
    Nov 21 10:00 AM Leading Indicators Oct - NA NA 0.7% -
    Nov 21 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 11/16 - NA NA 20 bcf -
    Nov 22 10:00 AM JOLTS - Job Openings Sep - NA NA 3.883

  • One Senator pulled a "meaty" and said what I have been driving home for years--keeping interest rates low by bond buying and MBS buying, once pulled, would crash the market, brought me to tears as the bright light at the end of the tunnel was properly identified as an oncoming train. He said, the mere MENTIONING of pulling that FIFTY PERCENT demand for US bonds, with a balance sheet of the FED nearing TWENTY FIVE PERCENT--would crash markets.

    Yellen's response--the economy would have to roar before tapering could even be considered--which is as close to "yes" the market would crash.

    That was as close to acknowledgement that we will remain forever in an artificially driven market pop for a minimum of 3 years. Companies will continue to buy back stocks as long as it can borrow money to do so at near zero rates, and issue stock to seniors, who will replace the bought up shares with self indulgence.

    That means no money for new hires, at least not in this country, and the Fed, with it's lower interest rate policy, through a private sector thrilled with status quo, won't pick up the hiring pace beyond couple hundred thousand per reporting period, which should have us fully employed at 6.5% by about 2018.

    See how that works? The Fed is sawing off the very legs of recovery, by crafty companies who turn the easy money on its ear.

  • entered folks minds until EXISTING REAL ESTATE inflates to Summer 2007 valuations, killing $100 TRILLION in derivatives off the books since Bernanke's gift '09--and Yellen gets a chance to lower the unemployment objective to 5.5%, THEN "cripple" the economy with higher borrowing rates. If inflation stays below 2%, there's an argument that says never, but at 200K revised, including all those temp hires, we still flounder around 7.3% with all those unemployed kids in Mom's basement comprising a spitload, and student loans hanging over everyone's head. 7 Nov overdone, 8 Nov in the past, inventories will show a leap. But you can't build an economy on shelved goods, somebody has to buy them. 84% employed hasn't changed, and they're still sweating. GLWT

    Date Time (ET) Statistic For Actual Briefing Forecast Market Expects Prior Revised From
    Nov 13 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 11/09 - NA NA -7.0% -
    Nov 13 8:30 AM Export Prices ex-ag. Oct - NA NA 0.3% -
    Nov 13 8:30 AM Import Prices ex-oil Oct - NA NA 0.1% -
    Nov 13 2:00 PM Treasury Budget Oct - NA NA -$120.0B -
    Nov 14 8:30 AM Initial Claims 11/09 - NA NA 336K -
    Nov 14 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 11/02 - NA NA 2868K -
    Nov 14 8:30 AM Trade Balance Sep - NA NA -$38.8B -
    Nov 14 8:30 AM Productivity-Prel Q3 - NA NA 2.3% -
    Nov 14 8:30 AM Unit Labor Costs Q3 - NA NA 0.0% -
    Nov 14 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 11/09 - NA NA 35 bcf -
    Nov 14 11:00 AM Crude Inventories 11/09 - NA NA 1.577M -
    Nov 15 8:30 AM Empire Manufacturing Nov - NA NA 1.5 -
    Nov 15 9:15 AM Industrial Production Oct - NA NA 0.6% -
    Nov 15 9:15 AM Capacity Utilization Oct - NA NA 78.3% -
    Nov 15 10:00 AM Wholesale Inventories Sep - NA NA 0.5% -

  • Real estate season ended in September, the pop in irates didn't help on the Bernookie tapering call in May. Notice the call pops irates overnight 1% but lowered rates will takes 9 months tho lending rates to banks remain 1/4%. Can you say invest in banks? FOMC will play the same song. Yawn.
    Date Time (ET) Statistic For Actual Briefing Forecast Market Expects Prior Revised From
    Oct 28 9:15 AM Industrial Production Sep - 0.3% 0.3% 0.4% -
    Oct 28 9:15 AM Capacity Utilization Sep - 77.9% 78.0% 77.8% -
    Oct 28 10:00 AM Pending Home Sales Sep - -2.0% -1.3% -1.6% -
    Oct 29 8:30 AM Retail Sales Sep - -0.2% -0.1% 0.2% -
    Oct 29 8:30 AM Retail Sales ex-auto Sep - 0.2% 0.3% 0.1% -
    Oct 29 8:30 AM PPI Sep - 0.2% 0.2% 0.3% -
    Oct 29 8:30 AM Core PPI Sep - 0.1% 0.1% 0.0% -
    Oct 29 9:00 AM Case-Shiller 20-city Index Aug - 12.5% 12.4% 12.0% -
    Oct 29 10:00 AM Business Inventories Aug - 0.3% 0.2% 0.4% -
    Oct 29 10:00 AM Consumer Confidence Oct - 72.0 73.1 79.7 -
    Oct 30 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 10/26 - NA NA -0.6% -
    Oct 30 8:15 AM ADP Employment Change Oct - 125K 125K 166K -
    Oct 30 8:30 AM GDP-Adv. Q3 - NA NA 2.5% -
    Oct 30 8:30 AM Chain Deflator-Adv. Q3 - NA NA 0.6% -
    Oct 30 8:30 AM CPI Sep - 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% -
    Oct 30 8:30 AM Core CPI Sep - 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% -
    Oct 30 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 10/26 - NA NA 5.246M -
    Oct 30 2:15 PM FOMC Rate Decision Oct - 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% -
    Oct 31 7:30 AM Challenger Job Cuts Oct - NA NA 19.1% -
    Oct 31 8:30 AM Initial Claims 10/26 - 335K 335K 350K -
    Oct 31 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 10/19 - 2875K 2850K 2874K -
    Oct 31 8:30 AM Personal Income Sep - NA NA 0.4% -
    Oct 31 8:30 AM Personal Spending Sep - NA NA 0.3% -
    Oct 31 8:30 AM PCE Prices - Core Sep - NA NA 0.2% -
    Oct 31 9:45 AM Chicago PMI Oct - 52.0 55.0 55.7 -
    Oct 31 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 10/26 - NA NA 87 bcf -
    Nov 1 10:00 AM ISM Index Oct - 54.5 55.0 56.2 -
    Nov 1 10:00 AM Construction Spending Sep - NA NA NA -
    Nov 1 2:00 PM Auto Sales Oct - NA NA 5.4M -
    Nov 1 2:00 PM Truck Sales Oct - NA NA

  • It's the end of housing season, we've still got a hangover from Bernookie's taper tantrum, and the market looks for an excuse to screw itself. I expect claims to go down a bit, which adds to the nonsense that tapering will begin anytime before 2018, since housing has now reached the lofty valuation it had August 2004, and by definition, is about 30% "behind" inflation, had the bubble never existed.

    I'm buying on dips.

    Oct 21 10:00 AM Existing Home Sales Sep 5.29M 5.15M 5.30M 5.48M -
    Oct 21 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 10/12 - NA NA 6.807M -
    Oct 22 8:30 AM Nonfarm Payrolls Sep - 165K 183K 169K -
    Oct 22 8:30 AM Nonfarm Private Payrolls Sep - 180K 183K 152K -
    Oct 22 8:30 AM Unemployment Rate Sep - 7.3% 7.3% 7.3% -
    Oct 22 8:30 AM Hourly Earnings Sep - 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% -
    Oct 22 8:30 AM Average Workweek Sep - 34.5 34.5 34.5 -
    Oct 22 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 10/12 - NA NA 90 bcf -
    Oct 23 7:00 AM MBA Mortgage Index 10/19 - NA NA 0.3% -
    Oct 23 8:30 AM Export Prices ex-ag. Sep - NA NA -0.1% -
    Oct 23 8:30 AM Import Prices ex-oil Sep - NA NA -0.2% -
    Oct 23 9:00 AM FHFA Housing Price Index Aug - NA NA 1.0% -
    Oct 23 10:30 AM Crude Inventories 10/19 - NA NA NA -
    Oct 24 8:30 AM Initial Claims 10/19 - 330K 341K 358K -
    Oct 24 8:30 AM Continuing Claims 10/12 - 2900K 2860K 2859K -
    Oct 24 10:00 AM JOLTS - Job Openings Aug - NA NA 3.689M -
    Oct 24 10:00 AM New Home Sales Sep - 410K 432K 421K -
    Oct 24 10:00 AM JOLTS - Job Openings Aug - NA NA 3.689M -
    Oct 24 10:30 AM Natural Gas Inventories 10/19 - NA NA NA -
    Oct 25 8:30 AM Durable Orders Sep - 4.2% 3.5% 0.1% -
    Oct 25 8:30 AM Durable Goods -ex transportation Sep - 0.3% 0.3% -0.1% -
    Oct 25 9:55 AM Michigan Sentiment - Final Oct - 73.0 74.5 75.2

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