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April 24, 2015
04:04 EDTWeek of 4/27 Money Supply to be released at 16:30
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02:35 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD settled around 1.0800
FX Update: EUR-USD settled around 1.0800 after pushing to a peak at 1.0845 on Thursday, which fell 3 pips short of last Friday's peak. Encouraging talk from Greek officials regarding prospects for a deal by the end of April helped give the euro a lift yesterday, but this optimism isn't being shared by creditors. Focus today will be on the Eurogroup meeting, though no one is expecting any breakthrough in negotiations. USD-JPY has sunk back to the mid-119s after failing to sustain gains above 120.00 following four consecutive days of moderately higher highs. The dollar is now trading back below its 20- and 50-day moving averages. Support is marked at 119.30-34, which encompasses the prevailing position of the 200-day moving average Wednesday's low. AUD-USD edged out a two-day high at 0.7796 and AUD-NZD a one-month high despite the latest Bloomberg survey finding that 23 of 26 expect the RBA to cut rates May-5. The OIS market is also pricing in 54% odds of a 25bp cut. The AUD's yield advantage has nonetheless risen to new highs around 59 bp at the 10-year U.S. versus Australian debt maturity.
April 23, 2015
16:46 EDTWeek of 5/1 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 10:30
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16:46 EDTWeek of 5/3 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index to be released at 09:45
16:46 EDTWeek of 5/2 Jobless Claims to be released at 08:30
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15:20 EDTComcast to abandon deal with Time Warner Cable
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: The bond market recovered some composure on Thursday even as stocks powered ahead led by NASDAQ clearing its all-time closing high thanks to a string of bad economic news that may keep the Fed at bay. One trigger appeared to be the 11.4% plunge in new home sales, while Markit flash PMI sank following rounds of weaker EMU and UK data. Janus' Gross continued to double-down on his short-Bund strategy, while a massive AT&T debt launch sparked some hedge lock unwinding.
14:52 EDTStocks near session highs in afternoon trading
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14:10 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY managed to eek out an eight session high of 120.09
FX Action: USD-JPY managed to eek out an eight session high of 120.09, though continued Japanese exporter offers would not let the pairing climb further. From the early session peak, the pairing then turned south, following the dollar's broadly weaker backdrop. The bleeding was stopped at 119.48 lows, just over the Wednesday base, and just under the 20-day moving average. USD-JPY remains in range trade mode overall, largely maintaining a 118.50 to 120.50 band over the past six weeks or so.
13:50 EDTU.S. Durable Goods Preview
U.S. Durable Goods Preview: March durable goods data is out Friday and should reveal a 1.5% (median 0.8%) increase for orders. Shipments are expcted to grow by 0.5% with inventories up 0.3%. Data in-line with this forecast would leave the I/S ratio steady at 1.69 for a second month. There is some downside risk to the release from the -0.6% decline in industrial production for the month and the drop in Boeing orders which fell to 39 from 72 in February.
13:45 EDTToday's U.S. reports
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13:45 EDTTreasury Action: AT&T $17.5 B debt launch
Treasury Action: AT&T $17.5 B debt launch is said to be behind the uptick in prices at the long-end, according to sources, presumably as any rate locks are being unwound.
13:35 EDTCommodity Action: RBOB gasoline futures are up 13 cents
Commodity Action: RBOB gasoline futures are up 13 cents from Wednesday's lows, rallying to five-month highs, and trading over the $2.00/gallon mark for the first time since the beginning of December. The larger than expected drop in gasoline inventory, reported yesterday by the EIA started the steep rally, with buying stepping up on the break of the $1.9550 one-week high posted on Monday. NYMEX crude meanwhile, is up nearly $2/bbl trading over $58.00.
13:30 EDTFund manager says Nav Sarao a hero, not goat
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13:15 EDTTreasury $18 B 5-year TIPS sale was solid
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12:45 EDTTreasury 5-year TIPS preview: the auction is expected to be well covered
Treasury 5-year TIPS preview: the auction is expected to be well covered. However, one stumbling block is a relatively rich valuation. The wi trades at -0.34%, down 5 bps on the day. And a stop there would be the lowest since the -0.375% award rate from December 2013 (but it was at a record low of -1.496% at the December 2012 auction). The $18 B new issue amount is also above the $16 B reopen volume, which could make the bid cover look a little soft. Nevertheless, a variety of factors support today's sale, including the acceleration in core CPI this year, including the increase to a 1.8% y/y rate in March. Oil prices have been on the rise since mid-March to add to the uptick in inflation outlooks. There's also a large month-end extension that could see some front running today. The indirect bid should remain very strong. The December 5-year TIPS was awarded at 0.395% and garnered a 2.37 cover and a 64.8% indirect bid.
12:40 EDTDouble-top? NASDAQ cleared record closing highs
Double-top? NASDAQ cleared record closing highs of 5,048.62 set all the way back on March 10, 2000 - about 15-year ago. The comp is about 0.3% higher near 5,050. The all-time intraday high is 5,132.52, however, which is still a few points away.
12:20 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are rebounding
Treasury Action: Treasuries are rebounding, even as gains in European sovereigns fade. The 10-year Treasury yield neared the 2.0% mark again, and that has attracted real money demand, which has helped knock the rate back down to 1.96%. Slowing in manufacturing PMI data in the U.S. and Europe, and further contraction in China's index, were more evidence of the slowdown in growth, and suggest Q2 is still suffering from the various factors that weakened Q1, including the stronger dollar, erosion in oil/mining industries, and the ports strike. Clearly the FOMC will be cognizant of these elements as they meet next week. No policy changes expected, but the markets will focus on the statement for any new indications of the Committee's concerns over their growth and inflation outlooks. Treasuries should remain cautious into the FOMC, while also taking into account the likely better than $200 B in bill and coupon auctions next week. Meanwhile, the upcoming $18 B 5-year TIPS sale should be well subscribed.
12:00 EDTEurozone Investment Weakness Remains:
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11:40 EDTJanus' Gross is doubling down on his short-Bund
Janus' Gross is doubling down on his short-Bund trade recommendation, Tweeting: "Bunds are a great short but so is Bund volatility - a great short. Skin the cat in 2 ways." Note, earlier in the week he had Tweeted: "German 10yr Bunds = The short of a lifetime. Better than the pound in 1993. Only question is Timing / ECB QE". Bund yields hit a record low of 0.049% on last Friday and have since backed up to a high of 0.173% today before pulling back to 0.161%. Perhaps someone is taking Bill's Bund spoof literally this week and jamming a few offers through.
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