Analysts at TDS point out that June import prices and the NAHB Housing Market Index for July will make up the US economic calendar for today.
“The market expects weaker energy prices to drive a 0.2% m/m decline in total import prices while ex-petrol prices should post a 0.2% increase. Meanwhile, the market consensus is for the NAHB Index to remain unchanged at 67 in July.”
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