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.

Weekly Polls International Business Times poll on major U.S. economic releases scheduled for the week of June 10, 2019. Photo: IBT Data