U.S. Retail Sales, BOJ, Iran, U.S. Open: Week June 8-15Dick Schumacher, Greg Miles and Jim McDonald
U.S. retail sales probably rose in May by the most in three months, buoyed by gains in home prices and equities, data in the coming week are likely to show.
The Bank of Japan will meet to set monetary policy as the nation’s stock indices have retreated from recent highs and the yen has gained, hurting efforts to end years of deflation.
Iran will elect a new president as the country deals with international sanctions imposed to halt its nuclear program.
Coty Inc. will have an initial public offering, and Inditex SA and Prada SpA will be among companies releasing results.
The U.S. Open golf tournament will start.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 11
--U.S. bond auction. The Treasury will sell $32 billion in three-year notes today, $21 billion in 10-year notes on June 12 and $13 billion in 30-year bonds on June 13.
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