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A construction worker works on building new homes in Calgary, May 31, 2010. On Tuesday, Canada will report its GDP for May, 2012, and economists expect growth of 0.3 per cent. (TODD KOROL/REUTERS/TODD KOROL/REUTERS)
A construction worker works on building new homes in Calgary, May 31, 2010. On Tuesday, Canada will report its GDP for May, 2012, and economists expect growth of 0.3 per cent. (TODD KOROL/REUTERS/TODD KOROL/REUTERS)

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Monday, July 30

Companies reporting:

Chesapeake Utilities Corp., Comstock Resources Inc., Constellation Energy Partners, HSBC Holdings PLC, Inmet Mining Corp.

Tuesday, July 31

Statistics Canada reports on the gross domestic product in May. Economists expect growth of 0.3 per cent.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on personal income and spending in June. Economists expect a 0.4-per-cent rise in income, and a 0.1-per-cent rise in spending.

Companies reporting:

Bayer AG, Coach Inc., Deutsche Bank AG, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., Electronic Arts Inc., Fiat SpA, HMV Group PLC, Hugo Boss AG, Pfizer Inc., The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Thomson Reuters Corp., TransAlta Corp., YPF SA

Wednesday, Aug. 1

The U.S. Institute for Supply Management issues its manufacturing index for July. Economists expect a reading of 50.4.

U.S. Federal Reserve makes an announcement at 2:15 p.m. after its July 31-Aug. 1 meeting.

Companies reporting:

Centerra Gold Inc., Energizer Holdings Inc., First Quantum Minerals Ltd., Great West Lifeco Inc., Maple Leaf Foods Inc., Talisman Energy Inc., Torstar Corp., WestJet Airlines Ltd.

Thursday, Aug. 2

Companies reporting:

Enbridge Inc., General Motors Co., Gildan Activewear Inc., Kraft Foods Inc., Sunoco Inc., Time Warner Cable Inc., Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., Zipcar Inc.

Friday, Aug. 3

The U.S. Institute for Supply Management issues its nonmanufacturing index for July. Economists expect a reading of 52.4.

The U.S. Labor Department issues its employment report for July. Economists expect the jobless rate to remain unchanged at 8.2 per cent; non-farm payrolls are expected to grow by 100,000 jobs.

Companies reporting:

Agrium Inc., Alliant Energy Corp., Brookfield Office Properties, Procter & Gamble Co., SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Tahoe Resources Inc., Telus Corp., Viacom Inc.

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