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Monday, Oct. 15

The Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to report on existing home sales in September. Economists expect unit sales to be 15 per cent below year-earlier levels, and prices to be unchanged.

Canada's Multiple Listing Services is expected to release its home price index for September. Economists expect an annual increase of 3.5 per cent.

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The Bank of Canada releases its third-quarter Business Outlook Survey and the accompanying Senior Loan Officer Survey.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on retail sales in September. Economists expect a rise of 0.8 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Citigroup Inc.

Gannett Co. Inc.

Tuesday, Oct. 16

Statistics Canada reports on international securities transactions in August. Economists expect a net inflow of $8.5-billion.

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Statscan reports on manufacturing sales in August. Economists expect a monthly increase of 0.4 per cent.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on the consumer price index in September. Economists expect an annual rise of 1.9 per cent.

The U.S. Federal Reserve Board reports on industrial production and capacity utilization in September. Economists expect production to rise 0.2 per cent, and capacity utilization at 78.3 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Apollo Group Inc.

CSX Corp.

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Intel Corp.

International Business Machines Corp.

Johnson & Johnson

Mattel Inc.

Coca-Cola Co.

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Wednesday, Oct. 17

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on housing starts and building permits in September. Economists expect 770,000 starts and 810,000 permits, annualized.

Companies reporting:

Abbott Laboratories

American Express Co.

Bank of America Corp.

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Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

BlackRock Inc.

EBay Inc.

Halliburton Co.

PepsiCo Inc.

Stanley Black & Decker Inc.

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U.S. Bancorp

Thursday, Oct. 18

Statistics Canada reports on wholesale transactions in August. Economists expect a monthly increase of 0.1 per cent.

Companies reporting:

Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

Boston Scientific Corp.

Capital One Financial Corp.

E*Trade Financial Corp.

Fifth Third Bancorp

Google Inc.

Microsoft Corp.

Morgan Stanley

Nokia Corp.

Philip Morris International Inc.

Travelers Cos. Inc.

Union Pacific Corp.

Verizon Communications Inc.

Friday, Oct. 19

Statistics Canada reports on the consumer price index in September. Economists expect an annual rise of 1.3 per cent.

The U.S. National Association of Realtors reports on existing home sales in September. Economists expect 4.75 million annualized sales.

Companies reporting:

General Electric Co.

McDonald's Corp.

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