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Week Of May 28th Economic Reports Schedule
May 29 9:00am – Case Shiller 20-city Index
May 29 10:00am – Consumer Confidence
May 30 7:00am – MBA Mortgage Index
May 30 10:00am – Pending Home Sales
May 31 7:30am – Challenger Job Cuts
May 31 8:15am – ADP Employment Change
May 31 8:30am – Initial Claims
May 31 8:30am – Continuing Claims
May 31 8:30am – GDP – Second Estimate
May 31 8:30am – GDP Deflator – Second Estimate
May 31 9:45am –ChicagoPMI
May 31 11:00am – Crude Inventories
Jun 01 8:30am – Nonfarm Payrolls
Jun 01 8:30am – Nonfarm Private Payrolls
Jun 01 8:30am – Unemployment Rate
Jun 01 8:30am – Hourly Earnings
Jun 01 8:30am – Average Workweek
Jun 01 8:30am – Personal Income
Jun 01 8:30am – Personal Spending
Jun 01 8:30am – PCE Prices – Core
Jun 01 10:00am – ISM Index
Jun 01 10:00am – Construction Spending
Jun 01 2:00pm – Auto Sales
Jun 01 2:00pm – Truck Sales
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