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February 4, 2016
14:15 EDTThe China yuan strengthened sharply into the Lunar New Year
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14:10 EDTU.S. Employment Preview
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14:10 EDTU.S. Trade Deficit Preview
U.S. Trade Deficit Preview: December trade data is out Friday and analysts expect to see the deficit widen by 4.1% to -$44.1 B (median -$42.9 B) from -$42.4 B in November. The already released advance trade data for December showed an widening to -$61.5 B from -$60.5 B in November with advance exports down 0.6% and imports up 0.1%.
13:40 EDTNY Fed's overnight reverse repo totaled $55.9 B, with 37 counterparties
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13:35 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY remains in the basement
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13:20 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are laterally inclined
Euro$ interest rate futures are laterally inclined as oil, stocks and yields trade blows today and leave the short-dated rate contracts caught in the middle. That said, the dovish bias on Fedspeak this week should be supportive on balance. The March 2016 contract is a half-tick lower at 99.37 (0.63% implied 3-month yield), while the deferreds range from -3.5-ticks to +1.5-ticks. Next up will be Cleveland Fed hawk Mester on the economic outlook and monetary policy after the close from 17 ET, before focus shifts to payrolls on Friday and Chair Yellen next week.
12:25 EDTU.S. same store sales dipped 0.5% y/y in January
U.S. same store sales dipped 0.5% y/y in January, according to Johnson Redbook, after a 0.9% y/y December gain. Apparel paced the weakness with a 3.0% y/y decline, followed by miscellaneous (-2.0% y/y) and drugs (-1.4% y/y), probably on promotions and price declines. Same store sales excluding drugs were down 0.3% y/y. Discounters outperformed with a 0.7% annual gain, while clubs were unchanged. All stores posted a 1.5% y/y gain last month, versus 2.6% y/y in December. This is another manifestation of the slowdown in momentum over the turn of the year. January retail sales will be reported a week from Friday and analysts're projecting a 0.1% headline gain, and a flat ex-auto reading.
12:25 EDT"All BATS" trade routing strategy was disabled earlier
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12:00 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude's rally has reversed course
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11:35 EDTGoldman reportedly lowered its Q4 GDP tracking estimate to 0.4%
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11:10 EDTTreasury announced a $67 B 3- and 6-month bill auction for Monday
Treasury announced a $67 B 3- and 6-month bill auction for Monday, unchanged from this week's volume, and is up from $54 B at the start of the year. The increase is consistent with the Treasury's strategy of boosting bill auction sizes in order to achieve a $150 B cash balance. The debt managers are making room for this via reductions in coupon sizes, as was outlined in yesterday's refunding details. Supply perks up next week with the $62 B 3-pronged refunding, along with the bills.
11:08 EDT6-Month Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
6-Month Bill Announcement Offering Amount at $30.0 B
11:08 EDT3-Month Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
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10:55 EDTMore from Kaplan: this is a time for patience
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10:50 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: a cautious tone prevails
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10:40 EDTU.S. factory goods data tracked estimates
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10:35 EDTPharma bad boy Shkreli back on form
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10:30 EDTEIA natural gas storage change for week ending January 29
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields nudged lower still
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10:15 EDTU.S. factory orders dove 2.9% in December
U.S. factory orders dove 2.9% in December, after slipping 0.7% in November (revised from -0.5%). Factory orders have declined in 4 of the last 5 months. The 5.1% drop in durable orders was revised to -5.0%. A 12.6% plunge in transportation orders paced the headline weakness. Excluding transportation, orders were down 0.8% from -0.7% previously. Nondefense capital goods orders excluding aircraft declined 4.3% versus -0.9% (revised from -1.1%). Shipments dropped 1.4% from 0.-1% (revised from 0.1%). Inventories edged up 0.2%. The inventory-shipment ratio climbed to 1.38, a new cycle high, from 1.35.
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