International Business Times poll on major U.S. economic indicators scheduled for release during the week of June 10, 2019.

Consumer price inflation is expected to drop slightly below target following a modest decline in gasoline pump prices over the past month. The annualized rate of inflation is expected at 1.7 percent in May, down from 2 percent reported in April.

Economists expect a rebound in retail sales after a more subdued April. Retail sales is expected to come in at 0.6 percent in May, up from -0.2 percent reported in the prior month.

Other notable indicators for the week include producer price inflation, industrial production and the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey.