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Leading Economic Indicators (Jan), The Conference Board up 0.1%
Mortgage Applications (wk ending 2/16), Mortgage Bankers Association down 5.2%
Consumer Prices (CPI), January, Labor Department up 0.2%
Retail Chain Store Sales (Jan), ICSC up 3.7%
Productivity (2006), Department of Labor up 2.1%
Consumer Credit (2006), Federal Reserve up 4.6%
ISM Services Index (Jan), ISM 59 up
Nonfarm Payroll (Jan), Department of Labor up 111,000
Unemployment Rate (Jan), Department of Labor 4.6% up
Personal Savings Rate (2006), Department of Commerce - 1.0%
Personal Spending (Dec), Department of Commerce up 0.7%
GDP Growth (Q4 2006), Department of Commerce 3.5%
Employment Cost Index (Q4 2006), Department of Labor up 0.8%
Existing Home Sales (Dec), National Association of Realtors fell 0.8%
Online Job Ads (Dec, YoY), The Conference Board up 17%
Initial Jobless Claims (wk Jan.20), Department Labor up 36k
Leading Economic Indicators (Dec), The Conference Board up 0.3%
Consumer Price Index (2006), 2.5%
Initial Jobless Claims (wk 1/9), Department of Labor fell 8,000
New Home Constructions (Dec), Department of Commerce up 4.5%
Health Care Costs (2006), up 3.6%
Industrial production (Dec), Federal Reserve up 0.4%
Net foreign capital inflow (Nov), US Treasury $74.9B
Producer price index, PPI, (Nov), Department of Labor up 0.9%
Empire State Mfg. Index, New York Federal Reserve Fell to 9.1
RBC CASH Index, RBC Financial Services up to 95.3
U.S. Retail Sales (Dec), Department of Commerce up 0.9%
US Trade Deficit with China (Nov), $22.9 billion
US Wholesale Trade (Nov), Department of Commerce $331.3 billion
US Trade Deficit (Nov), Department of Commerce $58.2 billion
Consumer borrowing (Nov), Federal Reserve up $12.3B
Nonfarm Payrolls (Dec), Department of Labor up 167k
Unemployment Rate (Dec), Department of Labor 4.5%
Retail Sales (Dec), ICSC up 3.1%
ISM Services ndex (Dec), ISM 57.1%
Factory Orders (Nov), Department of Commerce up 0.9%
Construction Spending (Nov), Commerce Dept. fell 0.2%
ISM Manufacturing Index (Dec), ISM up 51.4
ICSC-UBS Chain Store Sales (wk of 12/29), ICSC-UBS up 0.3%
ADP private sector employment (Dec), ADP fell 40,000
MBA Mortgage applications (wk of 12/29), MBA up 3.6%
Help-Wanted Index (Nov), flat at 30
Existing Home Sales (Nov), up 0.6%
Consumer Confidence (Dec), up 3.7 to 109
Chicago PMI (Nov), up 2.5 tp 52.4
Jobless Initial Claims, up 1,000
New Home Sales (Nov), up 3.4%
Mich. Consumer Sentiment (Dec), fell 0.4
Durable goods orders (Nov), up 1.9%
Personal Spending (Nov), up 0.5% ($50B)