1.A) Refer to Fidelity.com in the webliography. 1. On the left hand sideclick on U.S. economic…

1.A) Refer to Fidelity.com in the webliography. 1. On the left hand sideclick on U.S. economic calendar. If that doesnt work go to 1.Research, (in green at top of page) 2. Markets & Sectors, 3.U.S. economic calendar (on the left.) B) Or go to briefing.com listedin the Webliography under Economic news releases. (Go to calendars, theneconomic.) You may need to go through the webliography to accessbriefing.com. (Most of major brokerages have an economic calendar. Youcan use an alternative site if you wish.) For the consensus estimate studentscan also go to Market Watch listed in the Webliography (goeconomy/politics, then economic calendar) if the Fidelity does not have theconsensus you need. Or go to the Wells Fargo Economic site in thewebliography. They post a weekly analysis late on Fridays most weeks whichis a very good source for indicators in the week ahead.2.Students: select an economic news release to comment on that HASNOT YET been released (a forthcoming economic news release) when youpost your application. (For students posting by Thursday night, students canselect a series from Friday of this week.) (But for students posting on Fridayor later, the economic news release needs to be from the following week.)3.Students also need comment on how the outcome of the news releaserelates to the sales and profit of the company you work for or how it mightrelate to equity prices or interest rates or bond prices. You can also go to theWells Fargo economic site listed in the webliography for information on theeconomy.4.Point your application posting must be on an economic news releasehas not been released and cover: A) 1) Date of release, Source definitionand 2) why you think the number released will be above or below theexpectations or about at consensus (for consensus you can use :MarketWatch as a source) and B) How your expectation for the news release mightinfluence: equity prices and/or bond prices, corporate sales and profits, anindividual company sales or profits