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Oct 21, 2021

United States: Jobless Claims


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Oct 21, 2021

United States: Moody's Analytics Beige Book Index


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Oct 20, 2021

United States: Beige Book


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Oct 20, 2021

Canada: Consumer Price Index


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Oct 19, 2021

United States: Financial Obligations Ratio
Household financial burdens reversed some of their first quarter plunge in the second quarter as incomes reversed some of their stimulus-supported surge and payment rose. Growth in debt payments and obligations accelerated while disposable income dropped 25.7% after surging 60.6% at an annual rate in the prior quarter. The financial obligations rose 118 basis points to 13.81%. The first quarter was revised down from 12.88% to 12.65%. The debt service ratio rose 80 basis points to 9.18% from its prior level, which was revised up 15 basis points from 8.23% to 8.38%. The mortgage debt service ratio rose somewhat less than the consumer ratio.

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Oct 19, 2021

United States: Median usual weekly earnings


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Oct 18, 2021

Canada: Housing Starts


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Oct 06, 2021

United States: Oil Inventories
A larger-than-expected rise in crude oil inventories will put downward pressure on oil prices. Commercial crude oil inventories rose by 2.3 million barrels in the week ended October 1, handily beating consensus predictions of a 796,000-barrel increase. Gasoline inventories rose by 3.3 million barrels, going well against analyst expectations that stocks would dip by 69,000 barrels. Distillate inventories declined by 396,000 barrels, under analyst predictions of an 844,000-barrel decline. Refinery capacity utilization rose to 89.6% from last week's 88.1%. During the last four weeks, total U.S. oil demand was 16.4% higher than the same period last year.

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Oct 06, 2021

United States: CreditForecast.com Household Credit Report
The consumer market continued its strong growth trajectory in September. The total consumer credit market now stands at $14.8 trillion, up $113 billion from the previous month, a 0.9% increase that puts the year-over-year gain at 6.87%. Strong balance growth continued across most products. We witnessed another slight rise in delinquency rates but a decrease in loss rates across all products.

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Oct 04, 2021

United States: California Manufacturing Survey


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Oct 01, 2021

United States: University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey


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Oct 01, 2021

United States: PCE Deflator


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Oct 01, 2021

United States: Personal Income


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Sep 30, 2021

Canada: Gross Domestic Product by Industry


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Sep 30, 2021

Canada: Earnings, Hours and Employment


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Sep 30, 2021

United States: Industry GDP


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: Moody's Analytics Policy Uncertainty Index


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: Texas Service Sector Outlook Survey


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: Conference Board Consumer Confidence


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: FHFA Purchase-Only House Price Index


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Sep 28, 2021

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


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: International Trade in Goods - Advanced


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Sep 28, 2021

United States: Advance Wholesale and Retail Inventories


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Sep 27, 2021

United States: Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey
Texas' factory sector expanded in September, with survey details broadly pointing to a stronger growth rate than a month ago. The general business activity diffusion index slipped from 9 to 4.6, but indicators for employment, production, capacity utilization and shipments all perked up from August to September. Supply-chain disruptions remain potent, and the prices received diffusion index reached an all-time high of 44.

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Sep 27, 2021

United States: Durable Goods (Advance)


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Sep 24, 2021

United States: New-Home Sales


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Sep 24, 2021

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


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Sep 23, 2021

United States: Financial Accounts - Households


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Sep 23, 2021

United States: Financial Accounts - Nonfinancial Corporate


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Sep 23, 2021

Canada: Retail Trade


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Sep 23, 2021

United States: State Personal Income


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Sep 21, 2021

United States: Current Account


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Sep 17, 2021

United States: State and Local Government Tax Revenue


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Sep 15, 2021

World: Moody's Analytics Global GDP


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Sep 15, 2021

United States: Import and Export Prices


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Sep 10, 2021

Canada: Industrial Capacity Utilization


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Sep 02, 2021

United States: Factory Orders (M3)


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Sep 02, 2021

World: Moody's Analytics Global HPI


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Aug 31, 2021

Canada: GDP


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Aug 30, 2021

Canada: Balance of International Payments


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Aug 27, 2021

United States: Moody's CMBS Delinquency Tracker
The Moody's Delinquency Tracker total delinquency rate inched down 1 basis point to 6.67% in August. The slight improvement this month stems from a decline in the hotel delinquency rate. However, forbearance and loan modifications continue to keep delinquencies lower than they otherwise would be. The subcomponents and regional scores were mixed this month.

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Aug 24, 2021

United States: Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey
Manufacturing in the Richmond Federal Reserve District is increasing at a slower pace. The composite index fell from 27 to 9 in August. Volume of new orders and shipments, the two largest components of the index, increased this month, but the pace of recovery fell to its lowest point since the pandemic began. Hiring slowed in August following July's record increase in payrolls. Further, prices paid by producers rose near their record fast pace, but the gap between prices paid and prices received narrowed.

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Aug 24, 2021

United States: Philadelphia Fed Nonmanufacturing Survey


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Aug 23, 2021

United States: Existing-Home Sales
Existing-home sales increased 2% in July to 5.99 million units annualized, adding to June's gain, and are now positive on year-over-year basis. A sub-3% 30-year fixed mortgage rate along with a steadily improving labor market helped support the boost in existing-home sales. Single-family sales increased 2.7% and condo/co-op sales fell 2.7% in July. Overall, existing-home sales were higher in all census regions except the Northeast, where sales were flat from the previous month.

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Aug 23, 2021

United States: Chicago Fed National Activity Index


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Aug 20, 2021

United States: Regional and State Employment


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Aug 20, 2021

Canada: New Housing Price Index


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Aug 19, 2021

United States: Conference Board Leading Indicators
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index rose 0.9% in July, slightly stronger than the consensus expectation of a 0.8% increase. July's growth follows a 0.5% increase in June and a 1.2% gain in May. The coincident index also increased in July, up 0.6% to 105.6.

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Aug 19, 2021

United States: MBA Delinquency Rates


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Aug 19, 2021

United States: Internet Sales (E-Commerce Sales)


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Aug 19, 2021

United States: Quarterly Services Survey


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Aug 19, 2021

United States: Philadelphia Fed Survey
Manufacturing activity continues to expand, though it is decelerating. The headline number for the Philadelphia Fed's manufacturing outlook survey dipped 2.5 points this week from 21.9 to 19.4. August's reading is below consensus expectations of a decline to 23, though it comes in higher than the Moody's Analytics forecast of a steeper decline to 17. Current conditions remain strong. The share of respondents reporting increases in new orders and employees grew in August. Though still elevated, the survey has steadily climbed down from April's peak reading.

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Aug 19, 2021

Canada: ADP Canada National Employment Report
Employment growth in July more than made up for the decline in June. ADP Canada reports that employers added 221,300 jobs in July, and June's loss was revised down from 294,200 workers to only 106,000. Of the 10 reported sectors, all recorded an increase in July. Leisure and hospitality notched the largest gain with 64,300, more than a quarter of all jobs added.

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Aug 18, 2021

United States: FOMC Minutes


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Aug 18, 2021

United States: New Residential Construction (C20)
U.S. housing starts fell more than either we or the consensus expected in July, but the forward-looking permits improved. Housing starts fell 7% in July to 1.534 million annualized units. There was a small upward revision to housing starts in June, as they are now shown to be 1.65 million annualized units. The bulk of the weakness was in the volatile multifamily segment, with starts falling 13.1%, the third decline in the past four months. Single-family starts were down 4.5% after rising in each of the prior two months. Housing permits, a leading indicator for starts, were up 2.6% in July, snapping a streak of three consecutive monthly declines. Single-family permits fell but multifamily jumped.

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Aug 18, 2021

United States: MBA Mortgage Applications Survey
Mortgage applications declined 3.9% in the week of August 13 following the previous week's 2.8% increase. The purchase index also declined, by 0.8%. The refinance index contracted 5.3%. During the week, contract rates climbed 7 basis points to 3.06%. Mortgage application volume has softened toward normal levels after an extended period at elevated rates. Increased material costs and supply shortages continue to weigh on builder confidence.

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Aug 17, 2021

United States: NAHB Housing Market Index
Homebuilder confidence fell 5 points to 75 in August. Increased material costs and supply shortages continue to weigh on builder confidence. Even so, the index remains well above the 50-point threshold indicating positive building conditions. The three subcomponents declined or held steady this month. Meanwhile, all regional scores on a three-month moving-average basis decreased in August.

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Aug 17, 2021

United States: Business Inventories (MTIS)
Business inventories increased in June. The inventory build increased by 0.8% from May, on par with consensus. Among the categories, manufacturing inventories grew 1% and retail grew 0.3%. The total business inventory-to-sales ratio was 1.25, down from 1.41 a year earlier.

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Aug 17, 2021

United States: Industrial Production
U.S. industrial production increased more than expected in July thanks to a rebound in motor vehicle and parts production. Industrial production was up 0.9% in July, stronger than both our and consensus expectations. Manufacturing production increased 1.4% in July after falling 0.3% in June. Manufacturing output has been seesawing during the past several months because of fluctuations in motor vehicle and parts production. The semiconductor shortage and other supply-chain issues have been problematic for manufacturers. Outside of manufacturing, weather weighed on utilities output, as it fell 2.1% in July, reversing some of the 3.1% gain in June. Mining output was up 1.2% in July, the third consecutive monthly gain.

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Aug 17, 2021

Canada: International Transactions in Securities


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Aug 17, 2021

United States: Retail Sales
The shift of U.S. consumer spending from goods to services along with the timing of Amazon's Prime Day weighed on retail sales in July, as they dropped 1.1%. The decline was a little less than our forecast for -1.5% but larger than the consensus for a 0.2% decline. Autos were also a significant drag, falling 3.9% in July, their third consecutive monthly decline. Excluding autos, retail sales were down 0.4% after rising 1.6% in June. Nonauto retail sales have dropped in three of the past four months. Nonstore retail sales were down 3.1% in July but this is likely attributed to a shift in Prime Day, which normally occurs in July but occurred in June this year. Sales fell at building material, sporting goods, grocery and furniture stores.

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Aug 16, 2021

United States: Treasury International Capital Flows


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Aug 16, 2021

United States: Cox Automotive/Moody's Analytics Vehicle Affordability Index


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Aug 16, 2021

World: Moody's Analytics Survey of Business Confidence
Global business sentiment weakened last week, with assessments of current business conditions turning notably softer. The percentage of respondents saying present conditions improved, less those that said they weakened, turned negative for the first time since this spring. Expectations regarding the economy's prospects into early next year also turned weaker, though responses remained positive on net. The mounting threat posed by the fast-spreading Delta variant of COVID-19 is likely the key factor in pushing sentiment lower.

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Aug 16, 2021

United States: NY Empire State Manufacturing Survey


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Aug 16, 2021

Canada: New Motor Vehicle Sales


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Aug 16, 2021

Canada: Survey of Manufacturing


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Aug 16, 2021

Canada: Wholesale Trade


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Aug 12, 2021

United States: NAR Metro Prices


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Aug 12, 2021

World: Moody's Analytics Global CPI


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Aug 12, 2021

United States: Producer Price Index


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Aug 11, 2021

United States: Treasury Budget


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Aug 11, 2021

United States: Moody's Analytics Inflation Expectations Pulse


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Aug 11, 2021

United States: Consumer Price Index


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Aug 10, 2021

United States: Productivity and Costs


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Aug 10, 2021

United States: NFIB Small Business Survey


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Aug 10, 2021

Canada: RPS House Price Index


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Aug 09, 2021

United States: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey


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Aug 06, 2021

United States: Consumer Credit (G19)


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Aug 06, 2021

Canada: Purchasing Managers' Index


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Aug 06, 2021

United States: Wholesale Trade (MWTR)


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Aug 06, 2021

Canada: Labor Force Survey
Another solid month of job growth has put total employment within striking distance of its pre-pandemic high. Employment increased by 94,000 in July, a slight disappointment relative to June's gain of 231,000 but still enough to bring the total number of workers within 246,000 of February 2020's pre-pandemic peak and push the unemployment rate down 0.3 percentage point to 7.5%. Stellar vaccination rates have allowed for the easing of public health restrictions and the reopening of hard-hit businesses. Strong hiring in accommodation, food service, trade, logistics and healthcare drove the headline gain.

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Aug 06, 2021

United States: Employment Situation


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Aug 05, 2021

United States: Semiconductor Billings
Worldwide sales of semiconductors continue to reach new heights. Global sales totaled a record-setting $44.5 billion in June. Using a three-month moving average to smooth the month-to-month volatility, global sales rose 2.1% from their revised May figure and were 29.2% higher year over year. Sales in all four regional markets increased in the month, with the Americas registering the strongest increase at 5.4%. Global sales have now increased a whopping 29.2% since June 2020.

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Aug 05, 2021

United States: Natural Gas Storage Report
The increase in gas stocks last week was slightly under analyst predictions, suggesting that this report should provide a small amount of support to gas prices. Working gas in underground storage rose by 13 billion cubic feet during the week ended July 30, just below consensus predictions of an 18-bcf build.

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Aug 05, 2021

United States: St. Louis Fed Financial Stress Index
Financial stress rebounded last week, with the St. Louis Fed Financial Stress Index falling 22 basis points to -0.95. The four-week moving average rose 2 basis points to -0.89. The Standard & Poor's 500 finished the week down 0.4% while equity market volatility moved higher. Long-term Treasury yields moved lower for the fifth straight week.

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Aug 05, 2021

United States: International Trade (FT900)


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Aug 05, 2021

Canada: International Merchandise Trade


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Aug 05, 2021

United States: Challenger Report


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Aug 04, 2021

United States: ISM Nonmanufacturing Index


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Aug 04, 2021

United States: Monthly GDP
Our estimate of U.S. real monthly GDP didn't budge in June, suggesting the economy lost momentum heading into this quarter. This isn't surprising, as the boost to growth from the reopening and fiscal stimulus have faded. Monthly GDP is now shown to have declined 0.2% in May (previously -0.1%). GDP was up 6.4% on a year-ago basis in June.

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Aug 04, 2021

Canada: Building Permits


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Aug 04, 2021

United States: ADP National Employment Report


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Aug 03, 2021

United States: Moody's Analytics Used Vehicle Price Indexes


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Aug 03, 2021

United States: CoreLogic Home Price Index


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Aug 02, 2021

United States: Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey


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Aug 02, 2021

United States: Construction Spending (C30)


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Aug 02, 2021

United States: ISM Manufacturing Index


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Aug 02, 2021

United States: Vehicle Sales - BEA


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Jul 30, 2021

United States: Agricultural Prices


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