Lots of economic data to come as earnings pile up


Revenue register includes Adobe, Manchester United and Oracle

After the shortened holiday week, Wall Street will have a deluge of economic data to sift through. The ledger includes readings of the consumer price index (CPI) and producer price index (PPI), as well as an index of consumer sentiment released Friday by the University of Michigan. Meanwhile, the number of companies entering the profit confessional is low, but includes Adobe (ADBE), Manchester United (Manu), and Oracle (ORCL).

Below is a list of key market events scheduled for the coming week. All economic dates listed below are tentative and subject to change.

The week begins with the New York Federal Reserve’s 3-year inflation expectations on Monday September 12.

Things are speeding up Tuesday September 13. The National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) Small Business Index, August CPI and Core CPI readings and a federal budget update are due.

By Wednesday, September 14Wall Street will review last month’s final application IPP.

The busiest day of the week, Thursday, September 15, presents data on initial and continuing unemployment claims, retail sales, capacity utilization data and business inventories. In addition, the Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index, Empire State Manufacturing Index, Import Price Index, and Industrial Production Index are all due for release.

To close out the week, Wall Street will digest the University of Michigan Consumer Confidence Index and Consumer 5-Year Inflation Expectations on Friday, September. 16.

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