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July 16, 2014
11:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has eased back
FX Action: USD-CAD has eased back to pre-BoC levels, just over 1.0760, after running into sold offers ahead of 1.0800 earlier. In addition, firmed up oil and gold prices, along with a generally positive risk backdrop has come to the CAD's aid. Initial support is seen into 1.0740.
10:50 EDTFed's Yellen is being questioned about Fed independance
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10:31 EDTCrude Inventories for the week of July 11
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10:25 EDTToday's U.S. reports
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained below highs
Treasury Action: yields remained below highs despite another uptick in the NAHB HMI and the opening rally on stocks. The T-note yield topped out at 2.5685% earlier, below the 2.57% post-Janet highs from Tuesday. The bond market should remain subdued while awaiting Q&A from the Fed Chairwoman, with July highs of 2.692% a safe distance away.
10:15 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD initially dipped to 1.0744
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10:15 EDTFed Chair Yellen reprised her testimony from yesterday
Fed Chair Yellen reprised her testimony from yesterday, again stating the Fed hasn't met its goals on unemployment or inflation. The Senate Banking Committee didn't get much sought after specifics on the exit strategy in yesterday's Q&A and the House Committee shouldn't get any more information today. Analysts do expect the Committee to grill her on the valuation assessment contained in the Monetary Policy Report.
10:10 EDTU.S. NAHB homebuilder confidence index rose to 53 in July
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10:00 EDTHousing Market Index data reported
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10:00 EDTThe 0.2% June U.S. industrial production rise matched our estimate
The 0.2% June U.S. industrial production rise matched our estimate, following offsetting revisions that left a 0.5% (was 0.6%) May pop. The May-June climb reflects rapid growth for mining, construction, and materials, though the June rise was restrained by a 0.3% utility drop and small 0.1% increases for business equipment and manufacturing, with a vehicle assembly rate downtick to 11.6 M from an 11.7 M cycle-high in May before a likely July pop to 12.1 M. Industrial production is poised for a 3% growth clip in Q3, following rates of 5.5% in Q2, 3.9% (was 4.5%) in Q1 and 4.9% in Q4 of 2013. Analysts have a surprisingly stable output climb despite big utility gyrations and a hit to the January factory sector from bad weather. More generally, analysts've seen 1%-9% quarterly rates since the start of the expansion. Analysts expect industrial production growth of 3.8% in 2014 after slower growth of 2.9% in 2013 but the same 3.8% in 2012.
09:45 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: a flurry of activity
Euro$ interest rate options: a flurry of activity accompanied the various data and stock market rebound, while more Fedspeak is due from Yellen, Williams and Fisher later at a 2:1 ratio of doves to hawks. Yesterday Yellen fired a shot across the bows of the exuberant tech sector, but that's already forgotten. Earlier there was a bearish sale of 5k in Red June 85 calls and a sale of 2k in Blue September 72/73 strangles (volatility). There was also a package, buying 10k in Green December 76/78 put spreads and selling Short December 86/88 put spreads. The September 2014 contract is a half-tick lower at 99.76, while the deferreds are 0.5-1.5 ticks lower.
09:45 EDTU.S. NAHB housing market index preview:
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09:40 EDTEarnings, more M&A lift market at open
Stock futures held in positive ground during pre-market trading thanks to solid earnings reports from some corporate bellwethers as well as some completed acquisition deals and a high-profile rejected one. Shares of Time Warner (TWX) led its media peers higher after the company confirmed a report that it had rejected a takeover offer from 21st Century Fox (FOXA). In addition to earnings reports and calls, investors have a host of economic reports to look at today. In early trading, the Dow is up 61 points, the Nasdaq is up 24 points and the S&P is up 9 points.
09:30 EDTFX Action: The dollar eased marginally
FX Action: The dollar eased marginally after the slightly softer production print, taking EUR-USD up 5 ticks to 1.3535 and USD-JPY to 101.70. Trade overall remains light, though the dollar has maintained its upward bias.
09:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields cooled off from highs
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09:25 EDTU.S. industrial production rose 0.2% in June
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09:15 EDTU.S. PPI (final demand) rose 0.4% in June with the core rate up 0.2%
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09:15 EDTU.S. Industrial Production Preview
U.S. Industrial Production Preview: June industrial production should reveal a 0.2% (median 0.3%) increase following the 0.6% gain in May, while capacity utilization is expected to hold steady at 79.1% (median 79.3%) from May. Employment data for June was firm with factory employment up 16k and mining employment up 4k.
09:10 EDTU.S. TIC data showed foreign accounts bought $35.5 B in net U.S. assets
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09:05 EDTThe 0.4% U.S. June PPI rise
The 0.4% U.S. June PPI rise with a 0.2% core price increase beat estimates thanks to a big 0.5% rise for goods prices and a firm 0.3% June service price increase. June PPI gains followed May declines of 0.2% for the headline and 0.1% for the core, but outsized 0.5%-0.6% gains over the prior two months for both measures. Goods prices have climbed 1.6% through the first half of 2014, while service prices rose by a solid 1.2% thanks mostly to large 0.6%-0.7% pops in March and April. On the old SOP basis, analysts saw a 0.7% headline PPI rise that followed a 0.1% May drop but the same big 0.7% increase in April. Analysts saw a 0.2% June SOS core price gain after gains of 0.1% in May and 0.3% in April. In July, analysts expect 0.1% PPI headline and core price increases. Today's price firmness defied core price weakness in yesterday's trade price figures, where analysts saw a similar oil price rise but a drop in prices for food. Analysts expect 0.2% June headline CPI and PCE chain price gains, with respective core price increases of 0.2% and 0.1%.
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