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I'm -- Scotty and this is a look at the week ahead in business.
After the stock took a brutal post election battering all -- next week will be on equities as investors try to figure out what's next for Wall Street.
Next week will also be a busy one for market participants with a lot of manufacturing monetary policy and inflationary data coming out.
Sunday is veterans day so the banks and the federal government will both be close on Monday.
Tuesday the National Federation of Independent Business comes -- with its monthly index that gauges small business optimism for the prior month.
Because the election was so refit November's index will be more closely watched to see whether or not President -- his reelection.
We'll affect small business owners optimism.
On Wednesday the Commerce Department -- retail sales numbers for October reports for the two previous months have shown gains the most since October of 2010.
Also on Wednesday the Federal Reserve releases minutes from its last policy setting meeting which is significant because it gives the market participants.
And what was discussed that the short to be a market mover.
Thursday the busy day with the weekly jobless claims and the Consumer Price Index both coming -- in the morning.
The Philadelphia and New York Federal Reserve banks both released their monthly manufacturing surveys.
But -- how Wall Street gauge whether the regional economies are expanding or contracting.
And Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will speak on the housing and mortgage markets in the afternoon and a financial summit in Atlanta.
The weekends -- the Fed releasing industrial production numbers for October which gauges production outlet.
In September -- rose point 4% after having fallen one point 4% in August.
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In New York I'm Christina Scott.
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