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Monday, June 16
No releases.
Tuesday, June 17
8:30 a.m. Consumer Price Index for May Labor Department unchgd. -0.1% unchgd. -0.3%
Ex- food and energy +0.3% +0.1% unchgd. unchgd.
8:30 a.m. Housing starts for May Census Bureau 1.732M 1.7M 1.632M 1.63M
Building permits 1.788M 1.715M 1.708M 1.724M
9 a.m. BTM-UBS Weekly Chain Store Sales Snapshot for the week ended June 14 Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UBS +0.3% n.a. unchgd. -0.3%
9 a.m. Redbook Retail Average for the week ended June 14, vs. May LJR Redbook +1.3% n.a. unchgd. +1.2%*
9:15 a.m. Industrial production for May Federal Reserve +0.1% +0.1% -0.6% -0.5%
Capacity utilization 74.3% 74.4% 74.3% 74.4%
Wednesday, June 18
7 a.m. Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ended June 13 -- Refinancing Index Mortgage Bankers Association 1701.7 n.a. unchgd. 1684.6
Purchase Index 419.1 n.a. unchgd. 418.9
11 a.m. Consumer Comfort Index for the week ended June 14 Money Magazine and ABC News -17 n.a. unchgd. -19
Thursday, June 19
8:30 a.m. Initial Jobless Claims for the week ended June 14 Labor Department 421,000 n.a. 434,000 430,000
Four-week average 432,000 n.a. 435,000 433,750
12 p.m. Philadelphia Fed Index for June Philadelphia Fed +4.0 +5.0 unchgd. -4.8
2 p.m. Federal budget for May FY '03 Treasury Department -$90.5B -$90.0B unchgd. -$80.6B (May FY '02)
Friday, June 20
10:30 a.m. Weekly Leading Index for the week ended June 13 Economic Cycle Research Institute +6.1% n.a. unchgd. +5.5%
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