Preview of Data Releases: May 27 - 30, 2014

posted by Michael Lewis on May 27, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

Tags: durable goods GDP personal income consumption spending

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Boeing posted its best April orders book in six years, but other transportation orders look softer. Defense may also retrench some. Core non-defense ex aircraft orders likely posted a small gain


The highlight, or lowlight, of the week will probably be Thursday’s Second Report of 14Q1 GDP. Downward revisions, mostly to inventories, will push real growth into the red for the quarter, but the resulting healthier inventory-sales ratio bodes well.

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