WEEK AHEAD: U.S. inflation and consumer spending

Measures of U.S. inflation and consumer spending are in focus this week.Here is the complete week ahead to get you started on the right footing.


Week Ahead Synopsis

The US and UK are releasing key inflation reports next week, with investors looking forward to see if the recent price pressures show any signs of abating amid the economic growth slowdown. Other than that, important data to follow include retail sales and industrial production figures from the US and China, and employment reports from the UK and Australia. The Eurozone and Japan will be releasing foreign trade data, while New Zealand publishes second-quarter GDP growth.

 

Monday, September 13th;

  • Federal budget,
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury

  • Earnings:
    • FCEL, MTRX, EPM, NSSC, ORCL, RFIL, SEAC, VOLT, UEPS, HOLI

 

Tuesday, September 14th;

  • .Consumer Price Index,
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • Earnings:
    • ALOT, ANIX, CSBR, KSPN, ASPU, COE, IBEX

Wednesday, September 15th;

  • Export and import prices,
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Industrial production and capacity utilization,
  • U.S. Federal Reserve

  • Earnings:
    • INM, JKS

Thursday, September 16th;

  • Retail sales,
  • U.S. Census Bureau
  • Business inventories,
  • U.S. Census Bureau
  • Weekly unemployment claims,
  • U.S. Department of Labor

  • Earnings:
    • CODA, PCYG, ANPC

Friday, September 17th;

  • University of Michigan Index of Consumer Sentiment, preliminary result

  • Earnings:
    • MANU, TC
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