It’s got complicated but here is the data that should be released next week. Monday has existing home sales for September. Tuesday has the delayed non-farm payrolls report for September and the Richmond Fed manufacturing report for October. Wednesday has the usual weekly mortgage index and the delayed release of Import and export prices for September.
That leads us into the heavy data back end of the week. Thursday has initial weekly claims, Markit manufacturing PMI for October and September new home sales.
Friday sees the release of durable goods for September, the final reading of the University of Michigan sentiment survey for October and September building permits.
At some point we have to catch up on what we have missed: Non-farm payrolls for September is the big one, as stated slated to Tuesday. But we also have August construction spending, international trade, business inventories and wholesale inventories. For September we have retail sales, release date unclear, PPI, now down for October 29, and CPI, down for October 30, and the Federal Budget still to be dated. There are also a few weeks of IMM reports to come.
The only Fed speaker is Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans who discusses economic conditions and monetary policy in a live interview on CNBC on Monday.