What’s on the financial calendar for 5/29 – 6/2?

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What’s on the financial calendar for the week of 5/26 – 6/2?

The following events, reports, and speeches may help move this markets this week:

Monday, May 29th

All markets closed

Tuesday, May 30th

S&P Case-Shiller home price index – April 2023
Consumer confidence – May 2023
Richmond Fed President Barkin speaks

Wednesday, May 31st

ADP employment – May 2023
Chicago business barometer – May 2023
Job Openings – April 2023
Philadelphia Fed President Harker speaks
Federal Reserve Beige Book

Thursday, June 1st

Initial jobless claims
U.S. productivity – Q1 2023
IS&P U.S. manufacturing PMI – May 2023
Construction spending – April 2023
Philadelphia Fed President Harker speaks

Friday, June 2nd

U.S. employment report – May 2023
U.S. unemployment rate – May 2023
U.S. hourly wages – May 2023
Hourly wages year-over-year – May 2023

Windy City Rehab  returns to HGTV

Alison Victoria and Windy City Rehab are returing to HGTV for a fourth season. The first episode of the most recent season aired on 5/23/23, but the rest of season will unfold every Tuesday night for the next two months.

This year, Alison has taken a small bungalow home in the Chicago suburbs and will convert it into a two-story home. She has to marry the demands of a husband and wife that have very different aesthetics and manage a few major struggles during the rebuild to deliver their dream home.

Have you been thinking about renovating your home? Apply for a renovation loan today and begin your journey to the home you deserve.

How are states in the Rocky Mountains trying to address their housing issues?

A bipartisan bill to address housing shortages in rural and mountain communities was introduced by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO), Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT), and U.S. Representative Joe Neguse (D-CO) on Friday.

The Forest Service Flexible Housing Partnerships Act was introduced to allow the United States Forest Service to lease underutilized sites to address local needs. Affordable housing is one of the needs the USFS would be able to address under the new act.

“The American West faces a housing crisis, and our mountain and rural communities are at the center of it. When Colorado’s teachers, firefighters, police, and nurses can no longer afford to live where they work, we need to use every tool we can to fix this problem,” said Bennet. “This bill will build on our efforts in the 2018 Farm Bill to help communities and the Forest Service work together to build more affordable housing.”

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