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Trading Calendar May 2 - 6, 2011

May 03, 2011 11:53 AM ET
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Here is your weekly trading calendar of scheduled economic data releases and other potential market moving events for the trading week of May 2 - 6, 2011.
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10:00 Construction Spending, March: 0.0% expected, -1.4% prior
10:00 ISM Index, April: 59.7 expected, 61.2 prior
3:00  Auto Sales, May: 4.75M prior
3:00  Truck Sales, May: 5.19 prior 
10:00 Factory Orders, March: 1.9% expected, -0.1% prior
7:00   MBA Mortgage Index, 04/29: -5.6% prior
7:30   Challenger Job Cuts, April: -38.6% prior
8:15   ADP Employment Change, April: 200K expected, 201K prior
10:00 ISM Services, April: 57.3 expected, 57.3 prior
10:30 Crude Inventori es, 04/30: 6.156M prior 
8:30   Initial Claims, 04/30: 400K expected, 429K prior
8:30   Continuing Claims, 04/23: 3638 expected, 3641K prior
8:30   Productivity-Preliminary, Q1: 1.0% expected, 2.6% prior
8:30   Unit Labor Costs, Q1: 0.8% expected, -0.6% prior  
8:30   Nonfarm Payrolls, April: 183K expected, 216K prior
8:30   Nonfarm Private Payrolls, April: 200K expected, 230K prior
8:30   Unemployment Rate, April: 8.8% expected, 8.8% prior
8:30   Hourly Earnings, April: 0.2% expected, 0.0% prior
8:30   Average Workweek, April: 34.3 expected, 34.3 prior
3:00   Consumer Credit, March: $5.0B expected, $7.6B prior

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