Consumer Confidence Seen Slipping to 82.3 -- Data Week Ahead

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05/22/2020 | 02:18 pm

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

 
DATE      TIME  RELEASE                    PERIOD     CONSENSUS    PREVIOUS 
          (ET) 
Tuesday   0900  S&P/Case Shiller            Mar       N/A          +3.5% 
                  20-City HPI Y/Y 
          1000  Consumer Confidence         May       82.3   (12)   86.9 
          1000  New Home Sales              Apr       490K   (11)   627K 
                  -- percent change         Apr      -21.9%        -15.4% 
          1030  Dallas Fed Mfg Svy          May       N/A          -73.7 
Wednesday 1000  Richmond Fed Mfg Svy        May       N/A          -53.0 
Thursday  0830  Jobless Claims              May 23    2000K  (6)    2438K 
          0830  Durable Goods Orders        Apr      -20.0%  (11)  -14.7%* 
          0830  Real GDP (2nd Reading)      1Q       -4.8%   (10)  -4.8%** 
          0830  GDP Prices (2nd Reading)    1Q       +1.3%   (4)   +1.3%** 
          1000  Pending Home Sales          Apr      -15.0%  (5)   -20.8% 
          1100  Kansas City Fed Mfg Svy     May       N/A          -30 
                  Composite Index 
Friday    0830  Personal Income             Apr      -6.2%   (11)  -2.0% 
          0830  Consumer Spending           Apr      -13.0%  (11)  -7.5% 
          0830  Core PCE Prices M/M         Apr      -0.3%   (12)  -0.1% 
          0830  Core PCE Prices Y/Y         Apr      +1.1%   (7)   +1.7% 
          0945  Chicago PMI                 May       40.0   (5)    35.4 
          1000  Consumer Sentiment          May       74.0   (6)    73.7*** 
                  (Final) 
 
*Revised Figure 
**1Q First Reading 
***May Prelim Reading 
 
(Figures in parentheses refer to number of economists surveyed.) 
 

Write to Donna Huneke at dataweekahead@wsj.com

 

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