Along Calculated risk of 1/09/2021 08:11:00 AM
The main report this week is December’s CPI and retail sales.
For manufacturing, the December Industrial Production Report and the January Federal Reserve Bank of New York Manufacturing Survey will be released.
—– Monday, January 11 —–
No major economic releases are planned.
—– Tuesday, January 12 —–
6:00 AM: NFIB Optimism Index for SMEs In December.
This graph shows jobs from JOLTS (yellow line), hires (purple), layoffs, dismissals, etc. (red column), and terminations (light blue column).
Job vacancies in October increased from 64.94 million in September to 66.52 million.
The number of job openings (yellow) decreased by 9% year-on-year, and resignation increased by 10% year-on-year.
—– Wednesday, January 13 —–
7:00 AM ET: Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) Mortgage Purchase Application Index..
8:30 am: December Consumer Price Index From BLS. The consensus is that the CPI will increase by 0.4% and the core CPI will increase by 0.1%.
2:00 PM: Federal Reserve Beige Book, An informal review of the district’s current economic situation by the Federal Reserve Bank.
—– Thursday, January 14 —–
8:30 am: First weekly unemployment insurance claim The report will be published. The consensus is to increase from 787,000 last week to 850,000.
12:30 pm: Discussion, Fed Chair Jerome Powell, “Conversation with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell”, at a live stream event hosted by Princeton University Bendheim Financial Center Director Marcus Brunermelier
—– Friday, January 15 —–
8:30 am: Retail sales Scheduled to be released in December. The consensus is to reduce retail sales by 0.2%.
This graph shows the year-on-year changes in retail sales and food services (excluding gasoline) since 1993. Retail and food service (excluding gasoline) sales in November increased 5.9% year-on-year.
8:30 AM ET: December Producer Price Index From BLS. The consensus is a 0.3% increase in PPI and a 0.2% increase in core PPI.
8:30 am: Federal Reserve Bank of New York Empire State Building Survey In January. The consensus is a read of 4.9 to 5.5.
This graph shows industrial production since 1967.
The consensus is to increase industrial production by 0.4% and uptime to 73.5%.
10 am: University of Michigan Consumer Emotion Index (January provisional version).
Weekly schedule for January 10, 2021
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