Week 45 of the 2020 U.S. Economic Calendar highlights the\u00a0mortgage purchase applications index, ISM Manufacturing Index for October, and the Employment Report for October Here are your key economic updates for the week ahead, from November 2 - November 6: Monday, November 2 \t\u00a0ISM Manufacturing Index for October.\u00a0 The overall consensus shows 55.8%, up from 55.4%. \tConstruction Spending for September, with a 0.9% increase in spending. Tuesday, November 3 \t\u00a0Corelogic House Price index will be released for September. Wednesday, November 4 \tThe Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) will release the results for the\u00a0mortgage purchase applications index. \tThe\u00a0ADP Employment Report for October.\u00a0 The consensus is for 650,000 jobs added, down from 749,000 in September. \tTrade Balance report\u00a0for September from the Census Bureau.\u00a0 The consensus is for the deficit to be $64.0 billion in September, from $67.1 billion in August. \tThe ISM non-Manufacturing Index for October.\u00a0 The consensus will be for a decrease to 57.5 from 57.8. Thursday, November 5 \t\u00a0The\u00a0initial weekly unemployment claims\u00a0report will be released. The consensus is initial claims decreased to 725 thousand from 751 thousand last week. Friday, November 6 \tEmployment Report for October will be released.\u00a0 The consensus is for 600 thousand jobs added, showing a decrease to 7.6%.