June Econ Data Summary (2017)

Week 26 (June 26)

  • Durable Goods: report isn’t all bad but the capital goods readings are a tangible disappointment for the second-quarter outlook
  • Dallas Fed:  slowing from unusual acceleration
  • Yellen: Highlights here; expressing concern over inflationary expectations
  • Case Shiller: disappointment for the housing sector
  • Consumer Confidence: Unusual strength
  • EIA: Crude oil inventories rose
  • Mortgage App’s: Purchase applications for home mortgages fell
  • Int’l  Trade: Strength in consumer exports
  • GDP: The first-quarter was still weak, Consumer spending gets an upgrade
  • Jobless Claims: solidly stable at historic lows, 4-week average fell slightly
  • Personal Income: May was not a strong month for the consumer
  • Consumer Sentiment: regained some momentum
  • Chicago PMI: picked up sharply 

Week 25 (June 19)

  • EIA Crude: DRAW
  • Home Sales: very solid 1.1 percent rebound
  • Fed stress test passes
  • Jobless Claims: Consistent with strong demand for labor, jobless claims are little changed
  • Comfort Index: still very strong
  • Leading Indicators: slowing the last two report

Week 24 (June 12)

  • PPI-FD: Producer prices are mixed showing no pressure overall
  • CPI: Fundamental cost areas are unquestionably weak
  • Retail Sales: Unusually weak in the first quarter and doesn’t look to be improving thi
  • Jobless Claims: Remain extremely low and are consistent with strong demand for labor.
  • Philly Fed: Unrelenting acceleration
  • Industrial Production: Not pointing to strength at all
  • Housing market Index: Optimistic this year but are a little less upbeat this month.
  • Housing Starts: Housing starts fell an unexpected 5.5 percent
  • Consumer Sentiment: least optimistic reading since the November election

Week 23 (June 5)

  • Factor Orders: Decline
  • ISM Non-Mfg: Solid # = Business strength
  • JOLT’s: openings ahead of hiring
  • Jobless Claims: DOWN

 

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