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August 28, 2015
10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar is on session highs
FX Action: The dollar is on session highs versus the yen and euro, despite the U. of Michigan sentiment miss. Wall Street is paring its losses as well, while yields slipped. USD-JPY touched 121.02 highs, up from under 120.90, as EUR-USD dipped to 1.1230 from 1.1245.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields extended their morning decline
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10:10 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment was revised lower to 91.9 in August
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10:00 EDTGuggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF volatility elevated on wide price movement
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09:55 EDTU.S. mutual fund redemptions in BOTH stocks and bonds
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09:45 EDTS&P slips in early trading, still on pace for weekly gain
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09:35 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
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09:15 EDTThe U.S. income and consumption figures
The U.S. income and consumption figures revealed a modest underperformance for spending in July that left an uptick in the savings rate to 4.9% in July from 4.7% in June (was 4.8%) and 4.8% (was 4.7%) in Q2 overall, as consumers remain reluctant to spend the savings form lower gasoline prices. Our Q3 GDP growth estimate was left at 3.0%, but our "real" consumption growth forecast was trimmed to 3.1% (was 3.4%) with a 4.4% (was 5.1%) nominal clip, after Q2 rates of 3.7% for GDP, 3.1% for "real" consumption, and 5.4% for nominal consumption. Despite market concerns about Q3 GDP underperformance, analysts expect solid Q3 nominal growth of 5.0% for personal income and 4.9% for disposable income, after smaller respective Q2 rates of 3.8% (was 3.9%) and 3.5% (was 3.7%), and weak Q1 rates of 3.4% (was 3.2%) and 1.9% (was 1.8%). Analysts're expect 2015 growth of 4.3% for personal income but just 3.6% for disposable income thanks to a hefty 9.1% pace for tax payments that reflects an upward ratcheting of tax receipts starting in January, and firmness in tax payments through the April tax date.
09:00 EDTMinneapolis Fed uber-dove Kocherlakota doesn't want to be hasty
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08:56 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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08:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD touched intra day highs
FX Action: USD-CAD touched intra day highs of 1.3299 after the plunge in the July Canadian RMPI. Given the state of energy prices last month, a downside surprise was perhaps the riskier direction. Resistance remains at 1.3300-10, though stops are expected above the level. Oil prices are threatening the $42 handle now, after topping near $43.50 overnight, and further losses there could well bring those stops into focus.
08:54 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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08:50 EDTFX Action: The dollar inched a tad lower
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08:46 EDTThe Downloadable Security Technology Advisory Committee holds a meeting
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields topped out
Treasury Action: yields topped out in the wake of weaker stocks and relatively as-expected personal income data, while uber-dove Kocherlakota is continuing to talk down inflation risks and rate hike procrastination. The 10-year yield stalled out near 2.17% after rebounding from 2.14% session lows. The 2s-10s spread has steadied near +147 bp.
08:40 EDTU.S. personal income rose 0.4% in July with spending up 0.3%
U.S. personal income rose 0.4% in July with spending up 0.3%, a little lower than forecast. June's 0.4% income gain was left unrevised at 0.4%, while the 0.2% spending gain was nudged up to 0.3%. The PCE chain price index was up 0.1% compared to the 0.2% increase in June, while the core rate was up 0.1%, the same as for May and June.
08:35 EDTInternational trade in goods Balance data reported
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08:35 EDTFed Vice Chairman Fischer will be interviewed by CNBC
Fed Vice Chairman Fischer will be interviewed by CNBC at 11:20 ET presumably from Jackson Hole, though he is the key panel guest on inflation on Saturday. Hopefully, analysts'll get a preview from him and not more tape bombs.
08:30 EDTU.S. equities are set to open lower
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08:20 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude touched better than two-week highs
Energy Action: NYMEX crude touched better than two-week highs of $43.46/bbl overnight, before easing briefly under $42, and bouncing to current $42.35 levels. Following the nearly 10% rally seen since yesterday, sources expect further gains to be hard to come by, as the vast majority of shorts have been squeezed out, and existing longs look to sell on strength ahead of the weekend. RBOB gasoline futures have not done nearly as well as crude, only bouncing less than 6% from Wednesday's trend lows, and currently trading at $1.43/gallon. With the end of the U.S. summer driving season coming to an end, and inventories relatively high, gas prices are likely to remain under pressure. Natural gas futures continue to languish under $2.70/M BTU, near three-month lows, as again, ample supply weighs.
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