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Calendar

Monday, June 1

Japan capital spending and manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index. China also releases PMI data.

Euro area and UK release manufacturing PMIs

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(930 a.m. ET) Markit Manufacturing PMI for May in Canada.

(945 a.m.) U.S. Markit Manufacturing PMI for May.

(10 a.m.) U.S. Manufacturing ISM (PMI) for May. Also, U.S. construction spending for April, which is forecast to decline 6.5%.

Canadian auto sales scheduled to be released for May. In April, they dove 75% vs a year ago.

Earnings include MAV Beauty Brands, Reitmans (Canada), Embraer.

Tuesday, June 2

U.K. releases nationwide house prices and Australia holds its monetary policy meeting.

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Earnings include Indigo Books and Music, Mainstreet Equity, Pulse Seismic, Groupon, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Tiffany & Co.

Wednesday, June 3

Japan releases Services PMI and Composite PMI data. China releases Caixin Services PMI and Composite PMI data.

Euro area releases April employment numbers. U.K. releases PMI data.

(815 a.m.) U.S. ADP National Employment Report.

(830 a.m.) Canada releases first quarter labour productivity. BMO expects a 2.3% rise.

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(945 a.m.) U.S. U.S. Markit Serivces/Composite PMI

(10 a.m. ET) Bank of Canada policy announcement on a day Tiff Macklem becomes governor.

(10 a.m. ET) U.S. factory orders for April. Consensus is for a decline of 15 per cent. Also non-manufacturing ISM data.

Earnings include AutoCanada, Canaccord Genuity, Calfrac Well Services, Canada Goose Holdings, Mogo, Stingray Group, Canopy Rivers, Source Energy Services, American Eagle Outfitters, Campbell Soup.

Thursday, June 4

Euro area releases Services PMI and Composite PMI figures for April, plus April retail sales.

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ECB holds monetary policy meeting.

(830 a.m.) Canada merchandise trade deficit for April. BMO estimates a $3 billion deficit.

(830 a.m.) U.S. initial jobless claims for previous week. They are expected to decline 223,000 to 1.9 million.

(830 a.m.) U.S. productivity unit labour costs for the first quarter.

(830 a.m.) U.S. goods and services trade deficit for April. Consensus is $49 billion.

(2 p.m.) Bank of Canada deputy governor Gravelle speaks in Sudbury.

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Earnings include Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund, Cineplex, Freshii, Major Drilling Group International, Saputo, AMC Entertainment Holdings, Ciena, Fluor, Guess?, Gap, At Home Group.

Friday, June 5

Japan household spending

Germany factory orders and retail sales

(830 a.m.) Canada employment report for May. 500,000 jobs are forecast to be lost, with an unemployment rate of 15%, up from April’s 13%. Average hourly wages are expected to be up 11% year over year.

(830 a.m.) U.S. nonfarm payrolls for May. Consensus is for a decline of 8 million jobs. The jobless rate is expected to be 19.5%, up from 14.7% in April. Average hourly earnings are expected to rise 8.9% from a year ago.

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Earnings include Tribune Publishing

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