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Jump in Retail Sales Expected -- Data Week Ahead

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10/12/2017 | 04:15pm CEST

The following are forecasts for this week's remaining U.S. data from a survey compiled by The Wall Street Journal.

Forecasts were last updated on Monday afternoon.

 
DATE      TIME  RELEASE                    PERIOD     CONSENSUS    PREVIOUS 
          (ET) 
Friday    0830  Retail Sales                Sep      +1.7%   (22)  -0.2% 
                  -- ex autos               Sep      +0.8%   (22)  +0.2% 
          0830  Consumer Price Index        Sep      +0.6%   (22)  +0.4% 
                  -- ex food & energy       Sep      +0.2%   (22)  +0.2% 
          1000  Consumer Sentiment          Oct       95.3   (18)   95.1* 
                  (Preliminary) 
          1000  Business Inventories        Aug      +0.6%   (13)   +0.2% 
 
*Sept. Final Reading 
 
(Figures in parentheses refer to number of economists surveyed.) 
 

Write to Donna Huneke at [email protected]

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