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  • Calendar event / 2 hours ago

    US Consumer Confidence Index

    forecast
    actual
    Med Consumer Confidence Index
    97.5
    101.4
    Med Expectation Index
    94.6
    Med Present Situation Index
    111.6
  • Calendar event / 3 hours ago
    Med 10-city Index, M/M
    +1%
    Med 10-city Index, Y/Y
    +4.6%
    Med 20-city Index, M/M
    +1.1%
    Med 20-city Index, Y/Y
    +5.6%
    +4.9%
    Med National M/M
    +1.1%
    Med National Y/Y
    +4.2%
  • Squawk / 5 hours ago
    individual Trader
    Uganda
    Crude_Oil seems to be forming a triangle and USDCAD looks more Bullish than Bearish creating some controversy...Should sanctions be lifted (Iran) and crude drops alternatively, then it should create some Bullish validation for usdcad...More mixed intermarket analysis signals this week
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  • Article / 11 hours ago

    3 Numbers: Cracks emerge in German jobs trend, EZ CPI, US confidence

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Cracks emerge in German jobs trend, EZ CPI, US confidence
    Greece remains in the headlines but Germany's unemployment update for June will also be attracting attention. While it is expected to stay largely upbeat, there is the potential for some cracks to emerge. Meanwhile, the Eurozone's CPI number may show some slowing in pricing pressure while across the Atlantic, the mood around US consumer confidence is brightening.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 14:02 GMT
    Head of Macro Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US pending home sales climb for 5th straight month:

    The US housing recovery continued in May, according to the new report from the National Association of Realtors. At least when you looking at the existing housing stock where pending sales - which typically lead existing home sales by 1-2 months - rose by 0.9% m/m. This was a bit below expectations of 1.4% and comes on the back of an increase of 2.7% in April (which was revised lower from 3.4%). Pending home sales are up 8.3% y/y.

    We expect housing investment to continue to contribute to overall economic growth. The contribution to GDP was +0.2pp in Q1.

    The homebuilders sector ETF (XHB) is up 9.6% YTD vs. 3% for SPY.
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