U.S. Week Ahead: No fireworks seen in June jobs report
Friday, June 28, 2013 - 02:00
June 28 - U.S. nonfarm payrolls for June are expected to come in at 165,000, that's down 10,000 from May. And a Fedster speaks on the economy and QE.
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At the end and keep him out he'll be talking about barbecue beaches and job. In their -- Constellation Brands reports first quarter results on Tuesday. The first time since acquiring US business and next timber group among fellow investors expected to say tears. When the wine beer and spirits producer reports. I don't think in multiple areas like revenue growth and solid stock performance. -- street consensus is for EPS of 41 cents up 2% from a year ago. Analyst at Stiefel Nicholas recently upgraded the stock from hold to a fire rating it's have a 138%. Over the last year. Next cartels are expected to get a healthy this from consumers are getting out there and buying more cars where this summer. Those sales figures are no longer benefiting from a post and your replacement a fact. When he peaked at fifteen point five million. They should be back on -- upward trend stand pace for well over fifteen million units in 2013. Analysts polled by Reuters expect fifteen point 31 million vehicle annual sales rate for -- slightly higher than fifteen point 23. For May attack story for next week is -- I have are expects nonfarm payrolls for June 10 minute to 65000. That is down 101000 from may. Average workweek should stay at 34 point five hours. The unemployment rate is likely slipped to seven point 5% after barely running up to seven point 6%. In May the -- has indicated that 7% is a key level for them. -- fed president William Dudley speaks on Tuesday he's part of a trio of -- his comments boosted bond and stock markets on Thursday. Investors will be lifting for when he says thank -- week tapering and -- volatile markets may still be getting it all wrong. You can see it -- live on insider. At 1230. Right follow us on Twitter Reuters Insider get more videos and Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV and Bobbi -- this. -- --
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