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Canadian existing home sales, U.S. inflation, Friday

Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke

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Monday, Sept. 10

Companies reporting:

Alarmforce Industries Inc.

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Tuesday, Sept. 11

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reports on housing starts in AugustJune. Economists expect 204,000 annualized starts.

Statistics Canada reports on international merchandise trade in July. Economists expect a deficit of $1.4-billion.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on goods and services trade balance in July. Economists expect a deficit of $44.2-billion (U.S.).

Companies reporting:

Detour Gold Corp.

Wednesday, Sept. 12

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Companies reporting:

Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.

Thursday, Sept. 13

Statistics Canada reports on the capacity utilization rate in the second quarter. Economists expect the rate at 81.1 per cent.

Statscan reports on the new housing price index in July. Economists expect an annual rise of 2.3 per cent.

The U.S. Labour Department reports on the producer price index for August. Economists expect a monthly rise of 1.2 per cent.

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The U.S. Federal Reserve Board makes its interest rate announcement.

Companies reporting:

Empire Co. Ltd.

Patheon Inc.

Transat A.T. Inc.

Friday, Sept. 14

The Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to report on existing home sales in August. Economists expect unit sales to be 9 per cent below year-earlier levels, and prices to be 1 per cent lower.

Statistics Canada reports on manufacturing sales in July. Economists expect a monthly drop of 0.6 per cent.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on the consumer price index in August. Economists expect an annual increase of 1.7 per cent.

The U.S. Commerce Department reports on retail sales in August. Economists expect a rise of 0.7 per cent.

The U.S. Federal Reserve Board reports on industrial production and capacity utilization in July. Economists expect production to be flat, and capacity utilization at 79.3 per cent.

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