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Friday's Events: Final U of M/Reuters Consumer Sentiment, Canadian Money Supply
06:48 04/25 (CEP News) â€“ Friday's economic releases consist of the
final consumer sentiment report from Reuters and the University of
Michigan, along with Canadian M1 Money supply and comments from Miguel
Angel Fernandez Ordonez, Head of the Bank of Spain.
At 10 a.m.
EDT, Reuters and the University of Michigan will release final findings
of their U.S. consumer sentiment survey for April. Economists expect no
change to the preliminary reading of 63.2. Markets will also be paying
attention to the current conditions, expectations and one-year
inflation expectation indicators, which were estimated at 78.4, 53.4
and 4.8% respectively in the preliminary report.
At 10:30 a.m. EDT, the Bank of Canada will publish M1 money supply figures for March. In February, M1 averaged C$382.5 billion.
At 11 a.m. EDT, Bank of Spain Governor Miguel Angel Fernandez Ordonez will hold a press conference in Madrid.
10:00 US U. of Michigan/Reuters Consumer Sentiment April Final Exp: 63.5 Prior: 63.2
10:30 CA BOC March M1 Money Supply Prior: C$382.5B
11:00 ECB's Ordonez to speak in Madrid, Spain
By Erik Kevin Franco, email@example.com, edited by Stephen Huebl, firstname.lastname@example.org
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