- Personal Income (Released 9:30 EST)
- Personal Spending (Released 9:30 EST)
- PCE Deflator YoY (Released 9:30 EST)
- PCE Core MoM (Released 9:30 EST)
- PCE Core YoY (Released 9:30 EST)
- Chicago Purchasing Manager (Released 10:45 EST)
- U. of Michigan Confidence (Released 11:00 EST)
- NAPM-Milwaukee (Released 11:00 EST)
Personal Income (Apr)
Soldiering on, and would have been higher if the Fed hadn’t cut rates as interest income is a meaningful factor.
Personal Spending (Apr)
Also holding up and supporting GDP at muddling through levels.
PCE Deflator YoY (Apr)
Zig-zagging its way higher as crude prices rise and get passed through to everything else over time.
PCE Core MoM (Apr)
Taking a breather for a month or so.
PCE Core YoY (Apr)
In the 1970’s this moved through 3% as headline moved through 6%.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Might be just a few months away.
Chicago Purchasing Manager (May)
Another indicator coming in better than expected and showing signs it has bottomed.
U. of Michigan Confidence (May F)
Though a tad better than expected, still down and out due to rapidly rising inflation expectations.
Not looking cheerful in Milwaukee.