GDP Seen Steady, New Home Sales Expected to Rise -- Data Week Ahead -- Update

The following are forecasts for this week's remaining U.S. data from a survey compiled by The Wall Street Journal.

DATE      TIME  RELEASE                    PERIOD     CONSENSUS    PREVIOUS
          (ET)
Tuesday   0900  S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City    Sep      +5.6%   (4)   +5.2%
                  HPI Y/Y
          1000  Consumer Confidence         Nov       98.0   (21)   100.9
          1000  Richmond Fed Mfg Svy        Nov       N/A           29
Wednesday 0830  Jobless Claims              Nov 21    733K   (16)   742K
          0830  Durable Goods Orders        Oct      +0.6%   (17)  +1.9%
          0830  Real GDP (2nd Reading)      3Q       +33.1%  (22)  +33.1%*
          0830  GDP Prices (2nd Reading)    3Q       +3.6%   (7)   +3.6%*
          1000  Personal Income             Oct      -0.1%   (21)  +0.9%
          1000  Consumer Spending           Oct      +0.3%   (20)  +1.4%
          1000  Core PCE Prices M/M         Oct      +0.0%   (20)  +0.2%
          1000  Core PCE Prices Y/Y         Oct      +1.4%   (12)  +1.5%
          1000  Consumer Sentiment          Nov       77.0   (14)   77.0**
                  (Final)
          1000  New Home Sales              Oct       973K   (19)   959K
                  -- percent change         Oct      +1.5%         -3.5%


*3Q First Reading
**Nov Prelim Reading

(Figures in parentheses refer to number of economists surveyed.)

Write to Tim Merle at dataweekahead@wsj.com


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