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Week Ahead


•Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for May

•Commerce Department releases construction spending for April


•Commerce Department releases factory orders for April

•Automakers release vehicle sales for May


•Commerce Department releases international trade data for April

•Labor Department releases first-quarter productivity data

•Institute for Supply Management releases its service sector index for May

•Federal Reserve releases Beige Book


•Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims

•Freddie Mac releases weekly mortgage rates

•Selected chain retailers release May sales comparisons


•Labor Department releases employment data for May

•Federal Reserve releases consumer credit data for April