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September 16, 2014
12:35 EDTTreasury Action: yields rolled over lower
Treasury Action: yields rolled over lower as the bond market embraces the idea that the FOMC could keep their language intact, which seems to prejudge the outcome a bit since they're just looking over the charts and presentations at the Fed right now and have yet to reach a decision. Yellen is also known for her switch to concensus-building as chairwoman, so this is far from over. Yet the T-note yield stalled over 2.585% and eased back to 2.567%, even with Wall Street about 0.5% higher now. The dollar index dove from 84.372 highs to break back below 84.0 again.
12:20 EDTU.S. Fed to stick to "near zero" rate language
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11:50 EDTTreasury's bill auctions were generally solid, but underperformed recent results
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11:30 EDTNY Fed bought $2.14 B in notes
NY Fed bought $2.14 B in notes dated from November 15, 2021 through February 15, 2024. The Street offered
10:55 EDTU.S. equities ramped to highs
U.S. equities ramped to highs while shrugging off a wall of worry from the FOMC, Scottish referendum and Alibaba IPO, because it's Tuesday and perhaps corporations still have some record buy-backs to execute. Computer HFTs may also be leaning on buy-stops, helping lift the major indices back into the green. Yields have also backed up from lows, with the T-note yield bouncing from 2.55% lows to clear 2.58% again. Meanwhile, the NY Fed is about to inject $2.0-2.5 B in liquidity.
10:30 EDTNY Fed outright purchase: the Fed is buying $2.0 B to $2.5 B in notes
NY Fed outright purchase: the Fed is buying $2.0 B to $2.5 B in notes ranging from November 15, 2021 through August 15, 2024. The buyback is supportive at the margine, but yields remain little changed to fractionally lower ahead of the FOMC decision tomorrow. The Fed is universally expected to trim another $10 B from QE purchases, with there considerable uncertainty over possible changes in forward guidance.
10:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD eased into 1.1003 lows
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10:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are firming again
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09:40 EDTMarket extends recent losses with drop at open
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09:20 EDTTreasury Option Action: heavy bearish put demand
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09:11 EDTNovember Treasury International Capital to be released at 16:00
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09:11 EDTOctober Treasury International Capital to be released at 16:00
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09:11 EDTSeptember Treasury International Capital to be released at 16:00
09:11 EDTAugust Treasury International Capital to be released at 16:00
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09:11 EDTJuly Treasury International Capital to be released at 16:00
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09:10 EDTCitigroup credit market analysts to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:05 EDTU.S. equities are mildly lower
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09:00 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is down 14 cents
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08:55 EDTRedbook Store Sales data reported
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08:55 EDTThe flat U.S. August PPI rise with a 0.1% core price increase
The flat U.S. August PPI rise with a 0.1% core price increase was exactly as expected, with a 0.3% drop in goods prices that reflected a 1.5% energy price decline and a smaller 0.3% drop for food prices, alongside a 0.3% price increase for services. Overall, goods prices have climbed by 1.4% through the first eight months of 2014, while service prices have increased by a slightly larger 1.6%. On the old SOP basis, analysts saw a 0.3% headline PPI drop that followed a 0.1% rise in July and a big 0.7% increase in June. For September analysts expect a 0.1% PPI headline and core price gains thanks to ongoing restraint in energy prices, which also accompanied food price weakness to depress last Friday's August trade price figures alongside flat core price figures. Analysts expect 0.1% declines for CPI and PCE chain prices, with respective core price gains of 0.2% and 0.1%.
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