Here are the latest economic data from the US and Canada

Here are the latest economic data from the US and Canada

The National Activity Index of the Chicago Fed for August was up for the second consecutive month.

Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity for September.

Canadian manufacturing sales for August rose to close at the highest level in a year.

U.S. S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index for July. The Street is forecasting an increase of 0.6 per cent from June and down 0.2 per cent year-on-year.

U.S. FHFA House price index for July. Consensus is a month-over-month rise of 0.5 percent and a year-over-year increase of 3.9 percent.

U.S. new home sales for August were up 1 percent compared to the same month last year. Consensus is an annualized rate slide of 2.0 percent.

U.S. Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index for September.

Japan machine tool order and minutes from the Bank of Japan's July 27-28 meeting.

U.S. durable goods orders are in place for August, the first quarter of the year. The Street expects a drop of 0.4 percent from July, with core orders rising 0.1 percent.

Earnings include Paychex Inc., Micron Technology Inc., and AGF Management Ltd.

Canada's survey of employment, payrolls and hours for July.

U.S. initial jobless claims for week of Sept. 23 are expected to close at 7 p.m. The forecast for the weekend is 218,000, up 17,000 from the previous week.

What is the U.S. real GDP for Q2? Consensus annualized growth is 2.4 percent.

U.S. corporate profits for Q2 have surged. The forecast is a year-over-year decline of 6.5 percent.

U.S. pending home sales for August. The stock swelled to 0.3 per cent from July, up 0.3 per cent from July.

U.S. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell holds a town hall with educators in Washington.

Canada's real GDP in July is below the national average. The Street forecasts a month-over-month increase of 0.1 percent.

U.S. personal spending and income for August. The consensus is month-over-month rises of 0.4 per cent and 0.5 per cent.

U.S. Core PCE price index for August. Consensus is a rise of 0.2 per cent from July and up 3.9 per cent year-on-year.

The U.S. goods trade deficit was down for August, the largest monthly increase in a year since August.

U.S. Chicago PMI for September.

The U.S. University of Michigan Consumer sentiment index for September was below the usual range, indicating that consumer sentiment was higher than expected.