WASHINGTON (AP) - There are major economic reports coming out this week.
The big week starts Tuesday when the Institute for Supply Management releases its service sector index for February.
On Wednesday, the Commerce Department reports on factory orders for January and the Federal Reserve releases its Beige Book. Also Wednesday, the House Finance Services subcommittee will hold a hearing on mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The Labor Department will release the weekly jobless claims on Thursday as well as fourth-quarter productivity data, and the Commerce Department reports international trade data for January. Also on Thursday, mortgage giant Freddie Mac releases weekly mortgage rates and the Federal Reserve reports January consumer credit data.
On Friday, the Labor Department releases employment data for February and the Commerce Department reports on January wholesale trade inventories.
First Coast News