Economic Calendar July 4

Economic Calendar July 4

Monday July 4

U.S. markets closed for holiday.

(930 am ET) S&P Global Manufacturing PMI for Canada for June.

(1030 am ET) Bank of Canada second quarter Business Outlook Survey of Consumer Expectations

North American auto sales (tentative date)

Euro area producer price index

Tuesday July 5

China Caixin PMI for June. A contraction number of 49.0 is expected. Purchasing Managers Indexes also due from Euro area and the UK.

Australia monetary policy meeting

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(830 am ET) Canada building permits for May. They are expected to fall 1.5%.

(10 am ET) U.S. factory orders for May. Consensus is for a 0.5% rise.

Earnings include: Sprott Physical Uranium Trust

Wednesday July 6

China foreign reserves for June.

Euro area retail sales for May; Germany factory orders for May. UK Construction PMI.

(945 am ET) U.S. S&P Global Services/Composite final PMI for June.

(10 am ET) US ISM Services PMI for June. Consensus is an expansionary reading of 54.9.

(10 am ET) U.S. job openings and labor turnover survey for May.

(2 pm ET) U.S. FOMC Minutes from June 14-15 meeting.

Thursday July 7

ECB Minutes from June 9 meeting

Germany production for May.

(830 am ET) Canada merchandise trade balance for May. A $2.5-billion surplus is forecast, up from $1.5-billion in April.

(10 am ET) Canada Ivey PMI for June.

(730 am ET) U.S. Challenger Layoff Report for June

(815 am ET) U.S. ADP National Employment Report for June.

(830 am ET) U.S. initial jobless claims for previous week

(830 am ET) U.S. goods and services trade deficit.

Earnings include: Aritzia Inc; Levi Strauss & Co; MTY Food Group Inc; Richelieu Hardware; Postmedia Network

Friday July 8

China money supply and new yuan loans data for May. Chinese CPI for June scheduled for Saturday.

Japan household spending and current account.

(830 am ET) Canada employment report for June. BMO forecasts net job gains of 25,000, with the unemployment rate improving one notch to 5%. Average hourly wages are forecast to rise 4.5% from a year ago.

(830 am ET) U.S. nonfarm payrolls for June. Consensus is for a net gain of 250,000 jobs, down from May’s job growth of 390,000. The unemployment rate is expected to hold steady at 3.6%. Average hourly earnings expected to rise 5% from a year ago.

(10 am ET) U.S. wholesale inventories.

(3pm ET) U..S. consumer credit for May.


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