Second Week of June Highlights Consumer Data Amid Economic Reopening

States are continuing to lift Covid-19 restrictions following vaccination rates

Assistant Editor
Jun 3, 2021 at 12:30 PM
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There isn't much in the way of earnings this second week of June, as the tail-end of earnings season comes to a close. The week starts off relatively slow as well, though Thursday will bring a deluge of economic data. Consumer data will be highlighted throughout the week, starting with Monday's consumer credit report, which could be interesting as the economy continues to reopen and mask requirements are lifted. Investors will also be eyeing the Federal budget balance. 

A few more earnings reports will trickle in as earnings season starts to wind down. Some highlights include quarterly reports from Chewy (CHWY), Dave & Buster's (PLAY), RH (RH), and Signet Jewelers (SIG).

Below is a list of key market events scheduled for the upcoming week. All economic dates listed below are tentative and subject to change.

 The week will start off slow on Monday, June 7, with the consumer credit report.

Tuesday, June 8, will bring job openings and trade balance data. 

Things stay at a relatively slow pace on Wednesday, June 9, with only wholesale inventories on tap.

It get busy fast on Thursday, June 10, however, with the usual initial and continuing jobless claims data, the consumer price index (CPI), core CPI, and Federal budget balance. 

Lastly, Friday, June 11 will feature the consumer sentiment index. 

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