Monday, June 6
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tables the 2011 federal budget.
Statistics Canada reports on building permits issued in April. Economists expect a drop of 7.5 per cent from the previous month.
The Richard Ivey purchasing managers index is released for May. Economists expect a reading of 60.
Tuesday, June 7
The U.S. Federal Reserve Board reports on consumer credit in April. Economists expect an increase of $5-billion (U.S.).
Wednesday, June 8
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reports on housing starts in May. Economists expect 185,000 annualized starts.
The U.S. Federal Reserve issues it Beige Book, a survey of economic conditions around the country.
Harry Winston Diamond Corp.
Major Drilling Group International Inc.
March Networks Corp.
Westport Innovations Inc.
Thursday, June 9
Statistics Canada reports on international merchandise trade in April. Economists expect a surplus of $500-million.
Statistics Canada reports on the new housing price index for April. Economists expect a rise of 1.8 per cent from the same month last year.
The U.S. Labour Department reports on initial jobless claims in the week ending June 4. Economists expect 419,000 new claims.
The U.S. Commerce Department reports on the trade balance in April. Economists expect a deficit of $48.8-billion (U.S.).
The U.S. Commerce Department reports on wholesale inventories in April. Economists expect an increase of 1 per cent.
Anvil Mining Ltd.
Com Dev International Ltd.
Northstar Aerospace Inc.
J.M. Smucker Co.
Transat A.T. Inc.
Xceed Mortgage Corp.
Friday, June 10
Statistics Canada issues its jobs report for May. The unemployment rate is forecast to remain at 7.6 per cent; economists expect 20,000 new jobs to be created.
The U.S. Treasury Department issues its budget statement for May. Economists expect a deficit of $150-billion (U.S.).
Lululemon Athletica Inc.
Taseko Mines Ltd.