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September 4, 2014
08:30 EDTThe 204k August ADP rise almost exactly matched our 205k
The 204k August ADP rise almost exactly matched our 205k August private payroll forecast, alongside an estimated 210k overall payroll gain, following a downward July revision to 212k (was 218k) that narrowed the gap to the 198k BLS private payroll increase. The component mix of the August ADP rise also nearly matched our assumptions, with a 41k goods employment increase that included a 15k construction gain and a 23k factory rise, alongside a 164k increase for service sector jobs. The "as reported" ADP figures have run 26k/month weaker than private payrolls over the twenty-two months since the October 2012 methodology change by Moody's, with recent overshoots of 21k in July and 11k in June, but prior undershoots of 49k in May, 58k in April, 9k in March, and 62k in February. The ADP as-reported average absolute error over the last twenty-two months is 48k. for a discussion of the risks in tomorrow's jobs data.
08:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields took a dive after ADP
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08:30 EDTU.S. trade deficit preview:
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08:30 EDTU.S. Q2 productivity preview:
U.S. Q2 productivity preview: Q2 nonfarm productivity should be revised to 2.3% in the second release from 2.5% initially and -3.2% in Q1. Analysts expect unit labor costs to be 0.8% from 0.6% initially and 11.8% last quarter. Output growth was 3.2% following a 2.4% dip in Q1. Productivity growth slowed sharply in the first half of 2011 and has remained subdued since and beyond quarterly gyrations, analysts've seen a flattening in productivity growth over the past two years. preview for more detail.
08:30 EDTU.S. weekly jobless claims preview:
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08:29 EDTIPath Dow Jones-AIG Grains Total Return Sub-Index volatility flat, grains lower
IPath Dow Jones-AIG Grains Total Return Sub-Index overall option implied volatility of 27 is at its 26-week average according to Track Data, suggesting non-directional price movement.
08:25 EDTU.S. ADP reported private payrolls increased 204k in August
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08:22 EDTTeucrium Wheat Fund volatility flat as wheat trends lower
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08:21 EDTTeucrium Soybean Fund volatility flat as soybeans trend lower
Teucrium Soybean Fund overall option implied volatility of 22 is at its 26-week average according to Track Data, suggesting non-directional price movement.
07:55 EDTU.S. Challenger reported announced layoffs declined 6.9k in August
U.S. Challenger reported announced layoffs declined 6.9k in August to 40.0k, after climbing 15.5k to 46.9k in July (data are not seasonally adjusted). The pace of job announced job cuts is down 20.7% y/y. Announced hiring also fell 6.9k to 9.7k.
07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries have dipped lower
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07:50 EDTU.S. ADP employment survey preview:
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07:49 EDTEuropean Central Bank lowers benchmark rate to .05% from .15%
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07:45 EDTECB lowers benchmark rate to .05%
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07:37 EDTChallenger Job-Cut Report Announced Layoffs data reported
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07:23 EDTFutures higher ahead of full slate of economic data
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07:01 EDTBank of England keeps benchmark rate unchanged at 0.5%
The Bank of England voted to maintain Bank Rate at 0.5%. The Committee also voted to maintain the stock of purchased assets financed by the issuance of central bank reserves at 375B pounds.
06:50 EDTFX Action: Narrow ranges prevailed
FX Action: Narrow ranges prevailed ahead of the potentially market-moving ECB meeting today and tomorrow's U.S. jobs report. The BoJ announced unchanged policy as was widely anticipated, and reaffirmed its commitment to the Y60-70 tln annual expansion in the monetary base. USD-JPY lifted modestly and recovered the 105.0 handle after BoJ Kuroda said that a firmer USD-JPY rate would be in balance with fundamentals. Yesterday's peak at 105.31 remained unchallenged. EUR-USD also remained below its high from yesterday at 1.3160. While the ECB is unlikely to announce the broad based asset purchases, Draghi will likely re-affirm his commitment to such a step on the back of downward revisions to the central bank's growth and inflation forecasts. GBP was steady. The BoE's upcoming announcement is likely to be a non-event for markets as a no change, no statement outcome is all but a certainty AUD-USD settled in the mid-0.93s after briefly extending to a one-week high of 0.9364 during the Sydney session on a firm Australian retail sales number.
06:42 EDTTeucrium Corn Fund volatility flat as corn trades near four-year lows
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05:54 EDTSeptember front month equity options last day to trade September 19, 2014
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