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September 22, 2014
07:23 EDTMacquarie to hold a conference
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07:22 EDTSecurities Industry & Financial Markets Association to hold a seminar
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07:22 EDTBloomberg Link to hold a conference
Bloomberg Market Most Influential Conference to be held in New York on September 22.
07:15 EDTInformation Management Network to hold a conference
20th Annual ABS East Conference to be held in Miami Beach on September 21-23.
07:10 EDTFX Action: The AUD and other dollar units came under pressures
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05:57 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for September 22
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05:54 EDTOctober front month equity options last day to trade is October 17, 2014
03:05 EDTFX Update: The dollar is trading a mostly softer levels
FX Update: The dollar is trading a mostly softer levels against most currencies. The case for AUD-USD was an exception as a backdrop of risk aversion -- after China's finance minister said Beijing will not make any "major policy adjustments" in light of recent weak data -- saw the Aussie underperform. AUD-USD hit a new six-month low of 0.8909. EUR-USD, meanwhile lifted to the 1.2865 area from around 1.2830, and Cable saw a similar price action in rising go the mid-1.63s. USD-JPY dipped under 109.00, correcting some after seeing a six-year peak at 109.46 last Friday.
September 19, 2014
16:48 EDTMoody's affirms France 'Aa1' rating; Outlook negative
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16:44 EDTMoody's affirms U.K. 'Aa1' rating; Outlook stable
Moody's Investors Service has affirmed the UK's government bond rating at Aa1 and maintained a stable outlook. Moody's decision to affirm the UK's rating follows the outcome of the referendum on Scottish independence, which maintains the 307-year-old union, thereby preserving the country's current institutional and fiscal framework. While the political process going forward will likely lead to further devolution of powers to Scotland and some changes in the fiscal transfers, the rating agency does not anticipate that these will have a material impact on the quality of the UK's institutions, or its financial strength. Indeed, as Moody's indicated in May, the strength of the UK's credit profile would not have changed materially in the event of Scottish independence and therefore such an event would have likely been rating neutral. Reference Link
16:18 EDTFitch affirms U.S. 'AAA' rating; Outlook stable
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the United States of America's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings at 'AAA' with Stable Outlooks. The ratings on senior unsecured foreign and local currency bonds have also been affirmed at 'AAA'. The Country Ceiling has been affirmed at 'AAA' and the Short-term foreign currency IDR at 'F1+'. Reference Link
14:55 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:55 EDTFedspeak resumes with a vengeance next week
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14:00 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
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13:45 EDTPreliminary Barclays bond index extension estimates
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13:25 EDTPowerShares Commodity Index volatility flat as index at four-year low
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13:20 EDTU.S. Existing Home Sales Preview
U.S. Existing Home Sales Preview: August Existing home sales data will be released on Monday and analysts expect the headline to fall 0.6% to a 5.120 M (median 5.180 M) pace after a 2.4% increase to 5.150 M in July. The NAHB composite improved for the month with a rise to 55 in August from 53 in July but analysts saw housing starts fall to a 956k pace from 1,117k in July.
13:15 EDTTreasury Action: month- and quarter-end are coming into view
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12:30 EDTTreasury Action: supply next week could weigh on the front end of the curve
Treasury Action: supply next week could weigh on the front end of the curve, especially since the bond market is more defensive after the hawkish Dot Plot from the FOMC. The Treasury is selling $93 B in notes next week, including $29 B in 2-year paper, $35 B in 5s, and $29 B in 7s. When-issued yields are little changed this morning to lower currently, but the surge higher following Wednesday's Fed result has the 2-year rate testing 0.62% and the 5-year challenging 1.86%, both of which would be the highest stops in over 3 years. The wi 7-year is at 2.305%, having tested 2.335% (close to April's stop). Despite this run-up, yields may not attract strong domestic demand given the Fed is moving inexorably toward normalization. Many traders are also forecasting still higher rates with the 2-year projected to hit 0.70% and the 5-year at 2.0% before buyers come back. However, foreign investors should again support the auctions given short dated German yields are negative, while Japanese rates are near 0%. Meanwhile, curve strategies are difficult given uncertainty over the trajectory of the normalization process.
12:30 EDTU.S. equities have pulled back
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