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February 11, 2016
03:15 EDT St Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard Speech to be released at 18:30
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02:55 EDTFX Update: The yen continued to rise
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February 10, 2016
17:01 EDTWeek of 2/19 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:55 EDTTreasury Option Action: some put activity
Treasury Option Action: some put activity was noticed during the back end of Yellen testimony, according to sources. Among them was a purchase of 6k in March 121.00 puts on 5-year futures against a sale fo 12k in 120.75 puts as part of a 1x2 put ratio done on the floor for a tick credit. Also there was a dealer purchase of 2k in March 120.24/121/121.25/121.5 put condors, paying half a tick when the underlying future was slightly firmer at 121-13. March 5s are a tick firmer near 121-18 presently compared to a 121-215 to 121-082 session range.
14:30 EDTYellen's "Half Empty" Semi-Annual Testimony:
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14:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields settled lower led by the long-end
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14:12 EDTStocks holding onto gains
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14:10 EDTTreasury announced a $55.2 B budget surplus for January
Treasury announced a $55.2 B budget surplus for January, much improved from the $17.5 B shortfall registered in January 2015, and the $10.3 B red ink amount from 2014. Receipts increased 2.2% y/y, while spending dropped 20.3% y/y. For the 4 months of the fiscal year to date, the deficit totals $160.4 B, a 17.4% improvement versus the $194.2 B shortfall for the same period last fiscal year.
14:00 EDTTreasury Budget data reported
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13:50 EDTNY Fed's reverse repo totaled $48.0 B
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13:50 EDTU.S. Treasury Budget Preview:
U.S. Treasury Budget Preview: The Treasury is expected to report an $50 B surplus for January (median $16.0 B) versus a $17.5 B deficit in January of last year. This estimate aligns with the CBO Monthly Budget Review released Feruary 5, though forecast risk is upward, as there was a delay in the start of refunds. preview.
13:25 EDTFed Chair Yellen has concluded today's testimony
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13:15 EDTFX Action: EUR-USD skidded from session highs
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13:15 EDTTreasury's $23 B 10-year auction was ok
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields tripped slightly lower
Treasury Action: yields tripped slightly lower after the mixed results on the 10-year auction, which priced through its WI-yield, fell short on the cover and beat the average indirect bid. The current 10-year yield pulled back from the 1.745% area just prior to the sale to the 1.734% zone, having stalled out at 1.773% highs earlier compared to the 1.73% award rate on the new notes. Yellen testimony is winding down without any major tape bombs, though there clearly remain a number of hurdles to a March hike as illustrated by the Fed Chair.
12:55 EDTTreasury 10-year auction preview: this auction should go ok
Treasury 10-year auction preview: this auction should go ok since Yellen didn't throw any curve balls on the policy stance going forward. There were no indication she is anxious to raise rates imminently, while she stressed the gradual nature of the path ahead. The oulook on inflation also remained quite tame. The wi has also cheapened a bit today, having edged up to 1.775%, though the rate has dipped to 1.73% currently. A stop there would be the lowest since early 2012 and the outright richness of the rate is the major stumbling block to today's sale. On the other hand the 149 bp premium to the German Bund is a positive and should attract solid bidding from overseas accounts. The offering should also benefit at the margin from the $1 B cut in size, along with the reductions in coupon volumes from the 5-year maturity and beyond. The $54.4 B in maturing issues is also supportive. The $21 B January reopening stopped at 2.090% and saw a 2.77 cover (2.65 average) and a stellar 71.0% indirect bid (60.5% average). Direct bidders took 11.3% and primary dealers accepted 17.7%.
12:25 EDTWeek of 2/19 MBA Mortgage Applications to be released at 07:00
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12:05 EDTYellen discussed negative rates overseas
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11:20 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY gains stalled out
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