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Sep 24, 2020

United States: New-Home Sales


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Sep 24, 2020

United States: State Personal Income


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Sep 23, 2020

United States: FHFA Purchase-Only House Price Index


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Sep 23, 2020

United States: Moody's CMBS Delinquency Tracker
The Moody's CMBS Delinquency Tracker total delinquency rate edged down 22 basis points to 7.73% in August. Delinquencies improved thanks to forbearance and other loan modifications. The subcomponents were mixed in August, though. Office and retail declined while the rest of the subcomponents remained unchanged or increased. All regional scores decreased except for the West. Delinquency rates will remain elevated in the short term.

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Sep 22, 2020

United States: Existing-Home Sales
Existing-home sales advanced 2.4% in August, adding to June's and July's sizable gains and reaching their highest level in 14 years. Pent-up demand for housing continues to be released as homebuyers regain their confidence and take advantage of multigenerational lows in mortgage rates. Single-family and condo/co-op sales both rose, increasing 1.7% and 8.6%, respectively. Moreover, sales were upbeat across all census regions, and the Northeast registered double-digit gains.

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Sep 22, 2020

United States: Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey
The manufacturing recovery in the Richmond Federal Reserve District accelerated in September, according to the Fifth District Survey of Manufacturing Activity. The composite index increased 3 points to 21. Volume of new orders increased as local business conditions improved, but supply-side constraints caused shipments to moderate. To meet growing demand, factories increased hiring and workers are averaging longer workweeks.

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Sep 22, 2020

United States: Philadelphia Fed Nonmanufacturing Survey


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Sep 21, 2020

United States: Financial Accounts - Households


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Sep 21, 2020

United States: Financial Accounts - Nonfinancial Corporate


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Sep 21, 2020

Canada: New Housing Price Index


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Sep 21, 2020

United States: Chicago Fed National Activity Index


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Sep 18, 2020

United States: Regional and State Employment


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Sep 18, 2020

United States: Current Account


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Sep 18, 2020

Canada: Wholesale Trade


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Sep 18, 2020

Canada: Retail Trade
Having fully recovered to pre-pandemic levels, Canadian retail resumed a slower pace of growth in July. Retail sales edged up by 0.6% in July to C$52.9 billion after the prior two months' V-shape recovery. Motor vehicle and parts dealers, gasoline stations, and clothing and clothing accessories stores led the increase while building material/garden equipment and supply dealers and food and beverage stores saw dips in sales. In volume terms, retail sales increased by 0.4%.

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Sep 17, 2020

United States: Natural Gas Storage Report


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Sep 17, 2020

United States: St. Louis Fed Financial Stress Index


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Sep 17, 2020

United States: Philadelphia Fed Survey


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Sep 17, 2020

United States: New Residential Construction (C20)
The U.S. housing market has been red hot, but it appears to have cooled some in August. Housing starts fell 5.1% to 1.416 million annualized units, weaker than either we or the consensus anticipated. The volatile multifamily segment accounted for all the weakness as starts dropped 22.7% to 395,000 annualized units. Single-family housing starts rose 4.1% to 1.021 million. This is the fourth consecutive monthly gain in single-family starts. Housing permits slipped 0.9% to 1.47 million annualized units, but the decline was attributed to multifamily. Low mortgage rates and pent-up demand will support housing, but homebuilders are grumbling about supply constraints and surging costs.

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Sep 17, 2020

United States: Jobless Claims


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Sep 17, 2020

Canada: ADP Canada National Employment Report


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Sep 17, 2020

United States: Financial Obligations Ratio


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Sep 16, 2020

United States: Treasury International Capital Flows
Net long-term capital flows were positive for the third straight month in July. Net inflows totaled $10.8 billion, following revised inflows of $113 billion in June. Foreign residents were net sellers of $26.7 billion worth of long-term U.S. securities in July, compared with net purchases of $78.8 billion in June. Private foreign investors were net sellers of $20.8 billion while official foreign investors reduced their holdings by $5.9 billion. U.S. residents contributed to capital inflows, decreasing their holdings of long-term foreign securities by $37.5 billion.

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Sep 16, 2020

United States: Oil Inventories


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Sep 16, 2020

United States: NAHB Housing Market Index
Homebuilder confidence reached a record high in September. The NAHB Housing Market Index increased to 83, 5 points more than the August value. The continued upward trend and the index being firmly above the 50-point threshold indicate more builders view conditions as good than poor. The subcomponents and regional scores increased this month.

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Sep 16, 2020

United States: Business Inventories (MTIS)
Business inventories rose in July, though by less than expected. The inventory build increased by 0.1% from June. Among the categories, manufacturing inventories contracted 0.5% while retail grew 1.2%. The total business inventory-to-sales ratio was 1.33, down from 1.39 in July 2019.

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Sep 16, 2020

Canada: International Transactions in Securities


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Sep 16, 2020

United States: Retail Sales
The recovery in retail sales, like many other measures of economic activity, has slowed, although in this case it is at least in part because the recovery is nearly complete. Retail sales grew 0.6% in August after increasing a downwardly revised 0.9% in July and soaring 8.6% in June and 18.3% in May. Sales were 2.6% above their year-ago level and 1.9% above February's level. Vehicle dealer sales changed little despite the dip in new-vehicle sales. Core sales rose 0.7%, with growth led by restaurants as well as apparel, furniture and building supply stores. Department stores, grocery stores, sporting goods and hobby stores, and other general merchandise stores posted declines for the month.

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Sep 15, 2020

United States: State and Local Government Tax Revenue


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Sep 15, 2020

World: Moody's Analytics Global GDP


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Sep 15, 2020

United States: Industrial Production


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Sep 15, 2020

United States: Import and Export Prices


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Sep 15, 2020

United States: NY Empire State Manufacturing Survey


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Sep 15, 2020

Canada: New Motor Vehicle Sales


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Sep 15, 2020

Canada: Survey of Manufacturing


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Sep 14, 2020

World: Moody's Analytics Global CPI
Our estimate of global consumer price inflation was unchanged in August at 3.7% y/y. Whereas the inflation rate sped up to 0.8% y/y in developed economies, from 0.7% a month earlier, in developing economies it slowed to 5.2% from 5.3%. The outlook for global inflation is to the downside. Although supply chain disruptions, a defining feature of the COVID-19 crisis, typically lift prices, the global pandemic's sharp hit to global demand and to commodity prices (notably oil) is taking the upper hand. As a result, underlying inflation pressures will remain weak this year.

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Sep 11, 2020

United States: Treasury Budget


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Sep 11, 2020

Canada: Industrial Capacity Utilization


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Sep 11, 2020

United States: Consumer Price Index


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Sep 10, 2020

United States: Wholesale Trade (MWTR)


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Sep 10, 2020

Canada: RPS House Price Index


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Sep 09, 2020

United States: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey


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Sep 08, 2020

United States: Consumer Credit (G19)


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Sep 08, 2020

OECD: Composite Leading Indicators


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Sep 08, 2020

United States: NFIB Small Business Survey
The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index increased 1.4 points in August to 100.2. This follows July's 1.8-point decline. Seven of the index's 10 components improved from July to August, while two declined and one did not change. Though small-business owners' outlook improved, the NFIB's Uncertainty Index rose to 90, the second-highest reading since 2017.

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Sep 04, 2020

Canada: Purchasing Managers' Index


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Sep 04, 2020

United States: Employment Situation


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Sep 03, 2020

United States: ISM Nonmanufacturing Index


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Sep 03, 2020

United States: International Trade (FT900)


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Sep 03, 2020

Canada: International Merchandise Trade


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Sep 03, 2020

United States: Challenger Report


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: Semiconductor Billings


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: Moody's Analytics Policy Uncertainty Index


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: Factory Orders (M3)


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: ISM - NY Report


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: ADP National Employment Report


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Sep 02, 2020

United States: MBA Mortgage Applications Survey


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Sep 01, 2020

United States: ISM Manufacturing Index


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Sep 01, 2020

United States: Construction Spending (C30)


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Sep 01, 2020

United States: Moody's Analytics Used Vehicle Price Indexes


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Sep 01, 2020

United States: CoreLogic Home Price Index


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Sep 01, 2020

United States: Vehicle Sales - AutoData


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Aug 31, 2020

United States: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey


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Aug 31, 2020

World: Moody's Analytics Survey of Business Confidence
Businesses across the globe remain pessimistic. Although not as worried as they were at the start of the pandemic in the spring, businesses have become more wary since mid-June. Businesses are especially dour with regard to investment and pricing, both of which are near all-time lows. Demand for office space also remains notably weak. Businesses do not believe the economy will experience a V-shape recovery, and the sentiment survey is consistent with a global economy that is struggling to grow.

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Aug 31, 2020

United States: Risk of Recession
The probability of the U.S. being in recession in the next six months fell from 77% in May to 52% in June. The National Bureau of Economic Research, the de facto arbiter of the business cycle, has said the economy is in recession. However, the recession has likely already ended, as the reopening of states' economies has caused an initial bounce in economic activity over the past few months. Employment, industrial production, retail sales and housing starts have risen to various degrees. Recession risks remain elevated because the path of the economy depends on the virus. Also, fiscal lawmakers have erred by not passing another round of stimulus sooner.

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Aug 31, 2020

Canada: Industrial Product and Raw Materials Price Indexes


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Aug 31, 2020

Canada: Building Permits
After rebounding from the pandemic-related shutdowns, the rate of new construction intentions has stabilized a little short of precrisis levels, primarily a function of depressed nonresidential permits. Total building permits fell 3% in July, down 9.6% compared with the prior year. A modest decline in residential permits more than offset a marginal increase on the nonresidential side. However, half the surge in commercial permits resulted from plans for a new Amazon distribution center in Ottawa.

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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Agricultural Prices


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Moody's Analytics & CNN Business Back-to-Normal Index


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Moody's Analytics - Back-to-Normal Index


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: PCE Deflator


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Personal Income


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Personal Spending


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: International Trade in Goods - Advanced


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Aug 28, 2020

United States: Advance Wholesale and Retail Inventories
Wholesale inventories fell 0.1% from June to July. They sat 5.4% below year-ago levels. The slight reduction follows June's revised 1.3% decline. Retail inventories grew 1.2% though remain 11.2% lower than July 2019 stockpiles. Motor vehicles and parts dealers accounted for most of the increase in retail inventories - growing 2.5% from June to July.

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Aug 28, 2020

Canada: GDP


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Aug 27, 2020

United States: Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Survey


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Aug 27, 2020

United States: Pending Home Sales


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Aug 27, 2020

World: Moody's Analytics Global HPI


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Aug 27, 2020

United States: GDP


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Aug 27, 2020

Canada: Balance of International Payments


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Aug 26, 2020

United States: Durable Goods (Advance)


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Aug 25, 2020

United States: Conference Board Consumer Confidence


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Aug 25, 2020

United States: S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller® Home Price Indexes


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Aug 19, 2020

United States: FOMC Minutes
The minutes from the July 28-29 meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee show the central bank is moving closer to adjusting its forward guidance, while the minutes suggest support for yield-curve control is still lacking. The minutes noted that refining the statement could be helpful in increasing the transparency and accountability of monetary policy. Such refinements could also facilitate well-informed decision making by households and businesses, and, as a result, better position the Committee to meet its maximum-employment and price-stability objectives. Elsewhere in the minutes, consumer spending was noted as rebounding strongly because of the fiscal stimulus. Since the meeting, the additional unemployment insurance benefits have been cut, dampening the outlook for spending.

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Aug 19, 2020

United States: Quarterly Services Survey


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Aug 18, 2020

United States: Internet Sales (E-Commerce Sales)


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Aug 17, 2020

United States: MBA Delinquency Rates


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Aug 14, 2020

United States: Monthly GDP


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Aug 14, 2020

United States: Productivity and Costs


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Aug 12, 2020

United States: NAR Metro Prices


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Aug 11, 2020

United States: Producer Price Index


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Aug 11, 2020

Canada: Housing Starts


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Aug 07, 2020

Canada: Labor Force Survey


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Aug 03, 2020

United States: Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey


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Jul 31, 2020

United States: Employment Cost Index


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Jul 30, 2020

Canada: Earnings, Hours and Employment


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Jul 29, 2020

United States: FOMC Monetary Policy


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Jul 29, 2020

United States: Business Employment Dynamics
The labor market was performing well prior to the pandemic. In the fourth quarter of 2019, the labor market created 7.8 million jobs, up nearly 500,000 from the previous quarter. Job creation had held fairly steady for the second half of the last decade. Job losses fluctuated more, declining to 7.0 million at year's end. Hence, on net, the labor market generated nearly 800,000 new private-sector jobs during the fourth quarter.

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