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US 0700 ET Weekly MBA mortgage applications.
0815 ET Apr ADP employment change expected +860,000, Mar +517,000.
0830 ET Treasury announces the amount of 3-year T-notes (previous $58 billion), 10-year T-notes (previous $38 billion), and 30-year T-bonds (previous $24 billion) to be auctioned May 11-13 in the quarterly May refunding.
0930 ET Chicago Fed President Charles Evans (voter) gives a virtual speech on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at an event hosted by Bard College.
0945 ET Revised Apr Markit services PMI, prelim-Apr +2.7 to 63.1.
1000 ET Apr ISM services index expected +0.4 to 64.1, Mar +8.4 to 63.7.
1030 ET EIA weekly Petroleum Status Report.
1100 ET Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren (non-voter) discusses the economic outlook during a virtual event hosted by the Boston College Carroll School of Management.
1200 ET Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester (non-voter) gives a virtual speech on the economic outlook to the Boston Economic Club.
ITALY 0345 ET Italy Apr Markit services PMI expected +1.4 to 50.0, Mar -0.2 to 48.6.
FRANCE 0350 ET Revised France Apr Markit services PMI, prelim-Apr +2.2 to 50.4.
GERMANY 0355 ET Revised German Apr Markit services PMI, prelim-Apr -1.4 to 50.1.
UK 0400 ET UK Apr new car registrations, Mar +11.5% y/y.
EUROZONE 0400 ET Revised Eurozone Apr Markit composite PMI, prelim-Apr +0.5 to 53.7.
0500 ET Eurozone Mar PPI expected +1.1% m/m and +4.2% y/y, Feb +0.5% m/m and +1.5% y/y.
JAPAN n/a Japanese markets closed for Children’s Day.
2030 ET Revised Japan Apr Jibun Bank services PMI.
CHINA n/a Chinese markets closed for Labor Day.

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