Traders face FOMC rate decision, housing reports next week

Economic Reports and Events This Week

U.S. Domestic: Eastern Time Zone (GMT -5:00) (New York, Toronto)

Sep 16    
8:30 AM   Empire Manufacturing            Sep Sep 16    
9:15 AM   Industrial Production        Aug Sep 16    
9:15 AM   Capacity Utilization            Aug

Sep 17    
8:30 AM   CPI                    Aug Sep 17    
8:30 AM   Core CPI                Aug Sep 17    
9:00 AM   Net Long-Term TIC Flows        Jul Sep 17   
10:00 AM   NAHB Housing Market Index        Sep

Sep 18    
7:00 AM   MBA Mortgage Index            09/14 Sep 18    
8:30 AM   Housing Starts            Aug Sep 18    
8:30 AM   Building Permits            Aug Sep 18   
10:30 AM   Crude Inventories            09/14 Sep 18   
12:30 PM   FOMC Rate Decision            Sep

Sep 19    
8:30 AM   Initial Claims            09/14 Sep 19    
8:30 AM   Continuing Claims            09/07 Sep 19    
8:30 AM   Current Account Balance        Q2 Sep 19  
10:00 AM   Existing Home Sales            Aug Sep 19   
10:00 AM   Philadelphia Fed            Sep Sep 19   
10:00 AM   Leading Indicators            Aug Sep 19   
10:30 AM   Natural Gas Inventories        09/14

International: ET (Toronto/New York) (GMT -4)

Sunday, September
15, 2013     CNY Foreign Direct Investment (AUG)
18:00    NZD Westpac NZ Consumer Confidence (3Q)

18:30    NZD Performance Services Index (AUG)

Monday, September 16, 2013
05:00    EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (AUG F)***
09:15    USD Industrial Production (AUG)
09:15    USD Manufacturing (SIC) Production (AUG)
21:30    AUD RBA Policy Meeting - September Minutes

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
04:30    GBP Producer Price Index Output n.s.a. (AUG)
04:30    GBP Consumer Price Index (AUG)***
04:30    GBP Core Consumer Price Index (AUG)***
05:00    EUR Euro-Zone ZEW Survey (Economic Sentiment) (SEP)
05:00    EUR German ZEW Survey (Current Situation) (SEP)
05:00    EUR German ZEW Survey (Economic Sentiment) (SEP)***
08:30    USD Consumer Price Index (AUG)***
08:30    USD Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy (AUG)***
09:00    USD Net Long-term TIC Flows (JUL)
10:00    USD NAHB Housing Market Index (SEP)
20:00    AUD Conference Board Leading Index (JUL)
20:30    AUD Westpac Leading Index (JUL)

Wednesday, September 18, 2013
            USD Federal Reserve FOMC Two-day Meeting Begins ***
04:30    GBP Bank of England Minutes
05:00    CHF ZEW Survey (Expectations) (SEP)
08:30    USD Housing Starts (AUG)
08:30    USD Building Permits (AUG)
14:00    USD Federal Open Market Committee Rate Decision (SEP 18)***
14:00    USD Fed Releases Summary of Economic Projections***
14:00    USD Fed Pace of MBS Purchase Program (SEP)***
14:00    USD Fed Pace of Treasury Purchase Program (SEP)***
14:30    USD Fed's Bernanke Holds Press Conference in Washington***
18:45    NZD Gross Domestic Product (2Q)***
19:50    JPY Merchandise Trade Balance Total (AUG)

Thursday, September 19, 2013
            JPY Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda Speaks in Tokyo
00:30    JPY All Industry Activity Index (JUL)
01:00    JPY Leading Index (JUL F)
01:00    JPY Coincident Index (JUL F)
01:45    CHF SECO September 2013 Economic Forecasts
02:00    CHF Trade Balance (AUG)
03:30    CHF Swiss National Bank Rate Decision (SEP 19)***
04:30    GBP Retail Sales (AUG)
04:30    GBP Retail Sales Incl. Auto (AUG)
08:30    USD Initial Jobless Claims (SEP 13)
10:00    USD Philadelphia Fed. (SEP)
10:00    USD Existing Home Sales (AUG)
10:00    USD Leading Indicators (AUG)
19:50    JPY Japan Buying Foreign Bonds (SEP 13)
19:50    JPY Japan Buying Foreign Stocks (SEP 13)
23:00    NZD Credit Card Spending (AUG)

Friday, September 20, 2013
04:30    GBP Public Finances (PSNCR) (AUG)
08:30    CAD Consumer Price Index (AUG)
08:30    CAD Bank Canada Consumer Price Index Core (AUG)
10:00    EUR Euro-Zone Consumer Confidence (SEP A)

Notice: The Bastiat Group, Inc. has attempted to verify the information contained in this calendar, however, any aspect of such info may change without notice. Foreign economic reports included in this list are only those deemed "medium to high impact".

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