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August 13, 2014
10:30 EDToutright purchase: the Fed is buying $0.35 B to $0.45 B in TIPS
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields have steadied above lows
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10:20 EDTThe expected 0.4% June U.S. business inventory rise
The expected 0.4% June U.S. business inventory rise followed a downwardly-revised 0.5% (was 0.6%) May gain to leave a weaker inventory path than the BEA assume in constructing the 4.0% Q2 GDP growth estimate, and analysts now assume a downward bump in Q2 growth to 3.8%. The downwardly-revised 3.8% (was 4.0%) Q2 GDP growth figure should include a big $24 B downward inventory revision, with downward bumps of $12 B for wholesalers, $6 B for both factories and retailers. This should accompany a $1 B downward consumption revision, but boosts of $15 B in net exports, $3 B in construction, and $2 B in equipment. Our 3.2% Q3 GDP growth forecast incorporates a flat inventory figure, following the expected $34 (was $58) B inventory boost to Q2 GDP growth that translates to a $69.4 (was $93.4) B accumulation rate. For today's inventory specifics, analysts saw a largely expected 0.5% retail inventory rise, alongside already-reported gains of 0.3% for both factories and wholesalers, though the retail gain was skewed toward the auto-component that isn't used for GDP calculations.
10:15 EDTU.S. business inventories rose 0.4% in June
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10:00 EDTBusiness Inventories data reported
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09:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY is recovering
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09:55 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the Fed remains on course to normalize policy
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09:55 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview
U.S. Business Inventories Preview: June business inventories are expected to reveal a 0.4% (median 0.4%) increase for inventories along with a matching 0.4% increase for sales for the month. Data in line with this forecast would leave the I/S ratio steady at 1.29 for a fourth month in a row.
09:50 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: mixed early activity
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09:47 EDTMarket opens higher despite weak retail sales
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09:40 EDTNY Fed dove Dudley discussed wholesale funding markets
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09:35 EDTThe flat July retail sales headline with a tiny 0.1% ex-auto rise
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09:35 EDTBoston Fed dove Rosengren discussed technical issues
Boston Fed dove Rosengren discussed technical issues and not policy or the economy, among them overdue broker-dealer regulations, capital requirements and limits on repo use by broker-dealers. Nothing to see here folks, move along.
09:05 EDTU.S. equities lost some traction
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar slipped after the retails sales data
FX Action: The dollar slipped after the retails sales data missed expectations, taking EUR-USD to 1.3392 from 1.3365, and USD-JPY to 102.30 from over 102.45. Equity futures gave back some of their gains though remain in positive territory, while Treasury yields slipped.
08:41 EDTFutures remain higher following retail sales data
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08:40 EDTHeadline U.S. retail sales were unchanged
Headline U.S. retail sales were unchanged in July with the ex-auto component up 0.1%, both missing expectations. June's sales were unrevised at 0.2% overall, and 0.4% ex-autos.
08:20 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is down 3 cents at $97.34/bbl
Oil Action: NYMEX crude is down 3 cents at $97.34/bbl into the N.Y. open. The combination of softer demand in China and Europe, OPEC pumping at its highest levels since March, and steadily increasing U.S. output have kept oil price gains at bay. Support is seen at $96.60-40 now, representing last week's, and May lows.
08:20 EDTU.S. Retail Sales Preview
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07:50 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: Soft EU, U.K. and Japanese data supported the dollar overnight. EUR-USD did manage to remain above the 1.3333 trend low, while cable dove to two-month lows, and USD-JPY rallied to six-session highs. The U.S. calendar reveals July retail sales at 8:30 EDT, followed by June business inventories at 1000 EDT, and weekly EIA petroleum inventory data at 10:30 EDT.
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