Howard Larson's Blog – August 2009 Archive (4)

The Week Ahead Aug 31- Sept 4, 2009

Monday:

Tuesday: August vehicle sales, August institute for supply management index, July construction spending

Wednesday: Second quarter productivity revision, Fed meeting minutes, July factory orders

Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims. August institute for supply management services index,

Friday: August employment report





Larson note: We saw another week of “good stuff”. Good consumer spending report (up 0.02%) nice… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on August 31, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

The Week Ahead Aug 24-28, 2009

Monday:

Tuesday: August Consumer Confidence

Wednesday: July Durable Goods Orders; July New Home Sales

Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims

Friday: July Person Income and spending





Larson note: Last week came out pretty good. Stocks up and existing home sales up 7.2%! Even the Feds are saying things are looking good.



This week? Yes. I think we have turned the corner. If you don’t have your advertising, marketing and… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on August 24, 2009 at 2:14pm — No Comments

The Week Ahead Aug 17-21, 2009

Monday:

Tuesday: July Producer Price Index, July Housing Starts

Wednesday:

Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims July Leading Economic Indicators

Friday: July Existing Home sales



Larson note: Last week came out pretty much what I expected it to be. Inventory levels lower, Production higher, and a boosts in productivity levels. This will all work out to our advantage in a month as those low inventory levels need to be refilled, perhaps… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on August 17, 2009 at 11:36am — No Comments

The Week Ahead Aug 10-14, 2009

Monday:

Tuesday: 2nd Quarter Productivity, June Wholesale Inventory

Wednesday: June Trade Balance,

Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims July Retail Sales, June Business Inventories

Friday: July Consumer Price Index, July Industrial Production



Larson note: Well 2 good weeks in a row do I hear 3? I’m thinking yes. Despite the high unemployment rate things are will continue to look good. I’m hoping for low inventory levels which… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on August 10, 2009 at 2:20pm — No Comments

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