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Data Round-Up: UI Claims Remain Healthy (As Usual); Services Revenue Down in 17Q1

FMI’s review of the latest Weekly UI Claims & Rail Traffic results and notes on the 17Q1 Quarterly Services Survey.

Data Round-Up: Another Month, Another Healthy JOLTS

FMI’s analyses of today’s April JOLTS results.

Data Round-Up: Non-Mfg Index Remains Solid; Unit Labor Costs Revised Down Sharply

FMI’s analyses of today’s May Non-Manufacturing Index and Revised 17Q1 Productivity & Labor Costs data.

Data Round-Up: May Jobs Report All-But-Ensures June Rate Hike

FMI’s analysis of today’s May Employment and April International Trade reports as well as our review of May Vehicle Sales.

Data Round-Up: PMI Stays Solid, Non-Residential (Non-Oil) Construction Struggles

find FMI’s analyses of this morning’s May PMI and April Construction reports.

May Employment Preview: Expect +150K Private Jobs Gain

FMI’s Preview of the May Employment Report, including the latest Weekly UI Claims & Rail Traffic results.

Update: Chicago PMI Corrected, Now Shows Increase for May

Shortly after FMI transmitted our analysis this morning, ISM-Chicago corrected their May report, changing the Chicago PMI from 55.2 to 59.4. Thus, instead of dropping -3 points this month, the index firmed a point, reaching a 2.5-year high.

Data Round-Up: May Regional Surveys Mixed But Healthy Overall

FMI’s analyses of today’s May Chicago Purchasing Managers and other Regional Business Surveys and a review of Fed Bank Discount Rate Requests in March-April, plus our Summary of data released in May and Schedule of major releases in June.

Data Round-Up: Real Consumption Likely Up +3% or More in 17Q2

FMI’s analyses of today’s April Personal Income & Consumption report, March S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, and May Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index, as well as our Preview of the rest of this week’s major releases.

Data Round-Up: Durable Orders Stumble But Equipment Spending on Track for Decent 17Q2

FMI’s analyses of today’s April Durable Goods Orders and Second Report of 17Q1 GDP.

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