ToDAY

The Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for November.

U.S. Commerce Department releases construction spending for September and October.

TUESDAY

Automakers release vehicle sales for November.

Anti-corruption group Transparency International releases its annual report ranking 177 countries according to how corrupt their officials are perceived to be.

WEDNESDAY

U.S. Commerce Department releases international trade data for October and new home sales for September and October.

The Institute for Supply Management releases its service sector index for November.

Inspectors from Portugal’s bailout creditors arrive in Lisbon for a review of the country’s progress in restoring fiscal health.

THURSDAY

U.S. Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims.

U.S. Commerce Department releases third-quarter gross domestic product and factory orders for October.

Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, releases weekly mortgage rates.

European Central Bank’s governing council meets to set monetary policy for the eurozone.

FRIDAY

U.S. Labor Department releases employment data for November.

U.S. Commerce Department releases personal income and spending for October.

Federal Reserve releases consumer credit data for October.

Economy Ministry releases October industrial orders figures for Germany, Europe’s biggest economy. Federal Statistical Office releases export and import data for October.

Source: Associated Press