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2020 Week 13 U.S. Economic Calendar

By March 23, 2020July 13th, 2020Econ News, Economic Calendar
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Week 13 of the 2020 U.S. Economic Calendar highlights February New Home Sales, Personal Income, Manufacturing and GDP estimates from Q4.

Coronavirus continues to take a toll on global economy policy. Confirmed cases world-wide have ballooned to 350,000 since the outbreak was first announced in December. More than 15,000 cases have resulted in fatalities, according to the World Health Organization.

The U.S. Federal Reserve and Congress are pulling out monetary policy “stops” to try and curb the COVID-19-induced economic fallout. Many states and major cities across the United States announced “Stay-In-Place” orders. The intent is to keep all non-essential workers from leaving the confines of their homes. Experts are hoping to curb a sudden drain on already-limited hospital resources, particularly in rural communities who may have the most vulnerable populace.

Congress is preparing a bailout of small/big businesses who are taking major impacts from the shutdowns – namely restaurant, air travel, and hospitality industries. The package is also said to have in the range of $1,500 per American adult to $3,000 per U.S. household. Final details will be voted on later Monday or Tuesday, after the Senate could not obtain a full majority procedural vote on Sunday for the first draft of this record-setting bailout.

Here are your key economic updates for the week ahead – March 23-27

Monday, March 23

  • No major announcements expected

Tuesday, March 24

  • New home sales for February via the Census Bureau – consensus 750,000 down from 764,000 in January
  • Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey

Wednesday, March 25

  • MBA will release mortgage purchase applications index
  • Durable Goods Orders report
  • FHFA House Price Index

Thursday, March 26

  • Weekly unemployment claims
  • GDP from Q4 2019 third estimate – consensus is same as second estimate of 2.1% increase
  • Kansas City Fed Manufacturing survey

Friday, March 27

  • Personal Income and Outlays
  • University of Michigan Consumer sentiment index
  • State Employment and Unemployment for February 2020
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