The Week Ahead: Wall Street Says Goodbye to 2015

The earnings and economic calendars will be light during the holiday-shortened week

Dec 23, 2015 at 4:45 PM
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Wall Street will say goodbye to 2015 -- and possibly "window dress" their portfolios -- next week, ahead of another long holiday weekend. Housing data will once again highlight a relatively light economic docket, and the earnings well will run dry, with no notable names stepping into the spotlight. 

Below is a brief list of some key market events scheduled for the upcoming week. All earnings dates listed below are tentative and subject to change. Please check with each company's respective website for official reporting dates. 

Monday, 12/28

The Dallas Fed manufacturing survey will be released on Monday. On the corporate side, Church & Dwight (CHD) will join the S&P 500 Index (SPX) after the close.

Tuesday, 12/29

The Street will digest the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, as well as the Conference Board's consumer confidence survey.

Wednesday, 12/30

Data on pending home sales and the weekly crude inventories report are on tap.

Thursday, 12/31

Weekly jobless claims and the Chicago purchasing managers index (PMI) will be released.

Friday, 1/1

U.S. markets are shuttered for New Year's Day.

 

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