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July 27, 2014
14:56 EDTGaza truce breaks down, WSJ says
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July 25, 2014
20:28 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index to be reported at 09:55
July Consumer Sentiment Index will be reported at 09:55 . Current consensus is 81.5
20:28 EDTEmployment Situation Nonfarm Payrolls to be reported at 08:30
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20:28 EDTPersonal Income and Outlays Consumer Spending to be reported at 08:30
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20:28 EDTEmployment Cost Index ECI to be reported at 08:30
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20:28 EDTChicago PMI Business Barometer Index to be reported at 09:45
July Chicago PMI Business Barometer Index will be reported at 09:45 . Current consensus is 63.2
20:28 EDTReal GDP to be reported at 08:30
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20:28 EDTADP Employment Report employment to be reported at 08:15
July ADP Employment Report employment will be reported at 08:15 . Current consensus is 235,000
19:04 EDTJune Wholesale Trade to be released at 10:00
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19:04 EDT Productivity and Costs to be released at 08:30
15:25 EDTTreasury Market Outlook:
Treasury Market Outlook: A combination of European capital flight and corporate earnings misses put a bid back in bonds, with tensions heating up between Ukraine and Russia again and Amazon as well as Visa coming up shy. The as-expected rise in durable goods orders left little lasting imprint, with much of the focus across the Pond. WSJ's Hilsenrath downplayed next week's FOMC decision, but pointed ahead to "big decisions" on the statement, reinvestment and the reverse repo. PIMCO's Gross pointed to strains across the globe helping to drive down Treasury yields.
14:10 EDTAction Economics Survey Results:
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13:50 EDTTreasury Action: no real concession have been made ahead of upcoming supply
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13:09 EDTOver 15K Russian troops built up along Ukraine border, Reuters says
Reuters stated on Twitter that more than 15,000 Russian troops are now amassed along the border with Ukraine, citing the U.S. ambassador to NATO. Reference Link
11:55 EDTAnother leg lower on U.S. stocks tracked Europe
Another leg lower on U.S. stocks tracked Europe where equities hit the skids, lurching lower heading to the home stretch ahead of the weekend. The Euro Stoxx 50 is off 1.3%, while France's CAC is off 1.6%. Russian stocks remain underwater as well, with the MICEX off 1.5% and the RTS 1.7% lower on fears about even deeper sanctions as mortar rounds get lobbed back and forth across the border of Eastern Ukraine. The major U.S. indices are 0.5-0.7% lower as a result following earnings misses at Amazon and Visa, which soured sentiment overnight. Indeed, the biggest decliners in the Dow are Visa -4.8%, UnitedHealth -1.6% and AMEX -1.5%, while Verizon and McDonald's are 0.3% firmer.
11:35 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD pushed through the 1.0800 mark
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10:45 EDTIn a recap for bond bulls, PIMCO's Gross Tweeted:
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10:30 EDTTreasury Option Action: heavy 10-year combo activity
Treasury Option Action: heavy 10-year combo activity has been confirmed in overnight trade, entailing 40k in September 124 puts purchased against 20k in September 126 and 20k in September 126+ calls. Speculation is that this could be aimed at replacing positions rolling off given expirations today. Some 123k in Aug 124 puts are expected to expire worthless today. September 10-year futures are 6.5-ticks firmer with the opening downdraft on stocks, compared to a range of 125-08 to 124-30 so far.
10:00 EDTFed Policy Outlook: analysts don't expect any major revelations from the FOMC
Fed Policy Outlook: analysts don't expect any major revelations from the FOMC in next week's (July 29, 30) meeting. Another $10 B cut in QE purchases is pretty much a foregone conclusion, with the Fed expected to finish its buybacks in October with a $15 B reduction. And while there is likely to be a hot debate over the exit strategy and rate lift-off, Wednesday's policy statement won't give anything away in terms of explicit strategies or rate lift-off timing. Indeed, about the only material change in the statement relative to June's should be a slight upgrade to the economic outlook and labor market conditions, while the statement on inflation should reiterate prices are running below target but longer-term expectations have remained stable. The time is fast approaching, however, that the Fed will have to change the "considerable time" forward guidance, as well as update the markets on whether Treasury holdings will be allowed to expire, or be reinvested. Yellen's dovish nature and the general belief at the Fed that the stock of Treasuries in the portfolio is more important than flows suggest the former tactic may be employed. Analysts are still forecasting the first rate hike will take place in Q2. Many other Fedwatchers have been pushing up their forecasts from 2H. And given the improvement in the labor market, there is risk for a hike as early as the March 17, 18, 2015 meeting, especially as it includes a press conference.
09:57 EDTFutures weaken, leading to lower open
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