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Monday, June 2
10 a.m. Purchasing Managers' Index for May National Association of Purchasing Management 49.4 47.0 unchgd. 45.4
10 a.m. Construction spending for April Census Bureau -0.3% +0.2% unchgd. -1.0%
Tuesday, June 3
9 a.m. BTM-UBSW Weekly Chain Store Sales Index for the week ended May 31 Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UBS Warburg unchgd. n.a. unchgd. +0.1%
9 a.m. Redbook Retail Average for the week ended May 31, vs. April LJR Redbook +0.9% n.a. unchgd. +4.1%*
Wednesday, June 4
7 a.m. Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ended May 30 -- Refinancing Index Mortgage Bankers Association 9977.8 n.a. unchgd. 8840.9
Purchase Index 460.5 n.a. unchgd. 395.7
8:30 a.m. Productivity for Q1 -- revised Labor Department +1.9% +2.0% see Actual +1.6% (Q1 - prelim.)
unchgd. +0.7% (Q4)
Unit labor costs +1.5% n.a. see Actual +1.7% (Q1 - prelim.)
+3.2%(Q4) +3.3% (Q4)
10 a.m. Purchasing Managers' Non-Manufacturing Index for May National Association of Purchasing Management 54.5 51.0 unchgd. 50.7
11 a.m. Consumer Comfort Index for the week ended May 31 Money Magazine and ABC News -19 n.a. unchgd. -21
Thursday, June 5
8:30 a.m. Initial Jobless Claims for the week ended May 31 Labor Department 442,000 421,000 426,000 424,000
Four-week average 430,500 n.a. 427,500 427,000
10 a.m. Factory orders for April Census Bureau -2.9% -0.9% +2.1% +2.2%
Friday, June 6
8:30 a.m. Nonfarm payrolls for May Labor Department -17,000 -25,000 0 -48,000
Average hourly earnings +0.3% +0.2% unchgd. +0.1%
Unemployment rate 6.1% 6.1% unchgd. 6.0%
Augmented unemployment rate +9.1% n.a. unchgd. +8.8%
Pool of available workers 9.0M n.a. unchgd. 8.8M
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