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Monday, Dec. 12

Companies reporting:

Hanfeng Evergreen Inc.

Orvana Minerals Corp.

Tuesday, Dec. 13

The U.S. Federal Reserve Board makes its interest rate announcement. Economists expect the benchmark rate to remain unchanged at 0.25 per cent.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on retail sales in November. Economists expect a rise of 0.6 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Best Buy Co. Inc.

Whistler Blackcomb Holdings Inc.

Wednesday, Dec. 14

Statistics Canada reports on the leading indicators in November. Economists expect a rise of 0.4 per cent from the previous month.

Statscan reports on manufacturing sales in October. Economists expect a drop of 0.6 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Joy Global Inc.

Thomas Cook Group PLC

Thursday, Dec. 15

The Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to report on existing home sales in November. Economists expect sales volume to rise 7 per cent from year-ago levels; prices are expected to be 5 per cent higher.

Statistics Canada reports on the capacity utilization rate in the third quarter. Economists expect the rate to have been 79 per cent.

The U.S. Labour Department reports on the producer price index in November. Economists expect an annual increase of 10.4 per cent.

The U.S. Labour Department reports on initial jobless claims in the week ending Dec. 10. Economists expect 390,000 new claims.

The U.S. Federal Reserve Board reports on industrial production and capacity utilization in November. Economists expect production to rise by 0.2 per cent, and capacity utilization at 77.9 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Accenture PLC

Adobe Systems Inc.

Discover Financial Services

Fedex Corp.

Pier 1 Imports Inc.

Research In Motion Ltd.

Transat A.T. Inc.

Friday, Dec. 16

Statistics Canada reports on international securities transactions in October. Economists expect a net inflow of $7.25-billion.

The U.S. Labour Department reports on the consumer price index in November. Economists expect an annual rise of 3.5 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Darden Restaurants Inc.







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