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A daily rundown of the economic reports and corporate earnings that will be grabbing the market's attention in the week ahead.

Monday Aug. 29

U.K. markets are closed.

China reports its July industrial profits.

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(8:30 a.m. ET) U.S. reports on its July personal spending (estimates up 0.3 per cent) and personal income (estimate up 0.4 per cent).

(8:30 a.m. ET) U.S. reports on its July core PCE price index. Estimates for a 0.1 per cent increase.

Earnings include: CHC Student Housing Corp; NYX Gaming Group Ltd.; Red Eagle Mining Corp; Snipp Interactive Inc; bebe stores inc; Bob Evans Farms Inc;

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Tuesday Aug. 30

Japan reports its July jobless rate, household spending and retail sales.

Euro area reports its August consumer confidence and economic confidence data.

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Germany reports on its August consumer price index.

The Central Bank of Brazil holds its monetary policy meeting.

(8:30 a.m. ET) Canada reports on its current account deficit for the second quarter. Estimates are at $20.2-billion or $80.7-billion annual rate.

(8:30 a.m. ET) Canada reports on its July industrial product price index (estimates for a 0.1 per cent decline) and its raw materials price index (estimates for a 1.0 per cent decrease).

(9 a.m. ET) U.S. releases the S&P Case-Shiller home price index for June, with estimates of a 0.9 per cent increase to 5.2 per cent year over year.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. releases its August Conference Board consumer confidence index, with an estimated reading of 97.8.

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Earnings include: Abercrombie & Fitch Co; Bank of Nova Scotia; H & R Block Inc; Palo Alto Networks Inc;

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Wednesday Aug. 31

G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies hold a meeting.

The Central Bank of Brazil holds its monetary policy meeting. Brazil also reports on its second quarter gross domestic product.

Japan reports on its July industrial production.

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Euro area, Germany  and Italy report on the July jobless rate.

U.K. reports its August consumer confidence report and housing price index.

India report its  second quarter gross domestic product.

(8:15 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its August ADP National Employment Report, estimating a gain of 175,000 jobs.

(8:30 a.m. ET) Canada reports its second quarter real GDP with an estimate for a decline of 2.0 per cent annually.

(8:30 a.m. ET) Canada reports its real GDP at basic prices for June, estimating a 0.5 per cent increase.

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(9:45 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its August Chicago PMI, estimated reading of 55.5.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. releases its July pending home sales, estimates for a 0.6 per cent increase.

Earnings include: Box Inc; Five Below Inc; Infoblox Inc;  Laurentian Bank of Canada; National Bank of Canada; Navistar International Corp; Oxford Industries Inc; Salesforce.com Inc; Sears Canada Inc; Semtech Corp; Shoe Carnival Inc.

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Thursday Sept. 1

G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies hold a meeting.

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Japan reports its second quarter capital spending and August manufacturing PMI.

Euro area, U.K., and China reports on their August manufacturing PMI.

Canadian automakers release their August sales figures.

U.S. releases the Ward's Total Vehicle Sales report, expected to show a 4.9 per cent annual decrease to 17-million units on an annual basis.

(7:30 a.m. ET) U.S. release the Challenger layoff report for August.

(8:30 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its Aug. 27 initial jobless claims and Aug. 20 continuing jobless claims.

(8:30 a.m. ET)  U.S. reports its second quarter productivity and unit labour costs, estimates for a decline of 0.6 per cent annual rate and a 2.1 per cent increase, respectively.

(9:30 a.m. ET) Canada releases the RBC manufacturing PMI report for August.

(9:45 a.m. ET)  U.S. reports the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index and its Markit Manufacturing PMI for August.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its manufacturing ISM for August, with PMI estimates at 52 and Price Paid estimates at 56.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. reports on its July construction spending, estimates for a 0.5 per cent increase.

Earnings include: Ambarella Inc; Broadcom Ltd; Campbell Soup Co; Canadian Western Bank; Celadon Group Inc; Ciena Corp; Dollarama Inc; Gendis Inc; Genesco Inc; Lands End Inc; Lululemon Athletica Inc; SeaChange International Inc; Smith & Wesson Holding Corp; Verifone Systems Inc;

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Friday Sept. 2

Japan reports on its August consumer confidence.

Euro area reports on its July producer price index and Italy reports on its second quarter GDP.

U.K. reports its August construction PMI.

From Saturday, Sept. 3 through Monday, Sept. 5, G20 leaders will be meeting in Hangzhou, China.

(8:30 a.m. ET) Canada reports its July merchandise trade deficit, estimates of $3.2-billion, and its labour productivity report, estimates for decline of 0.4 per cent.

(8:30 a.m. ET) U.S. reports on its August nonfarm payrolls, estimate of a gain of 180,000 jobs; it also reports its August unemployment rates, expected to be 4.8 per cent, down from 4.9 per cent in July. It also reports its average hourly earnings, with estimates expecting a 2.5 per cent year over year increase, and its July goods and services trade deficit, expected to come in at $40.5-billion.

(9:45 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its New York ISM for August.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. reports its July factory orders, estimates for a 2.5 per cent increase.

Earnings include: DelMar Pharmaceuticals Inc; Liberty Tax Inc; Polymet Mining Corp;

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