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August 27, 2014
07:35 EDTU.S. MBA mortgage market index rose 2.8%
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07:30 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar gave back some ground overnight, taking USD-JPY back under 104.00, and EUR-USD up to 1.3188 highs, after it posted trend lows of 1.3153 in Asia. Barrier options at 1.3150 may continue to support, while sellers at 1.3190-1.3200 could provide good levels to reload short positions. The U.S. calendar is light, with just weekly EIA petroleum inventory data on tap at 10:30 EDT.
07:25 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are higher
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07:24 EDTFutures flat as market looks to extend rally
U.S. equity futures are trading at fair value after the market celebrated the S&P's first ever close above 2,000 yesterday. The strength was broad based, as the Dow hit a new intra-day high and the Nasdaq moved to a new 14 ½ year high. There will be little for investors to work with today as few pieces of significant economic data are due to be released. The weekly Department of Energy Inventory numbers are due out at 10:30 am ET.
07:03 EDTMBA Purchase Applications Composite Index data reported
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06:55 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded lower amid a month-end position jig
FX Update: The dollar traded lower amid a month-end position jig, according to market talk. EUR-USD recovered toward 1.3200 after making a fresh 11-month low at 1.3152 during the Asian session. The euro had dropped across-the-board during the Asian session, led specifically by a large dose of EUR-CAD selling. USD-CAD, meanwhile, fell to the low 1.09s before extending to an eight-day low of 1.0889 in the weak-greenback themed European session, breaching below its 20-day moving average for the first time since Jul-11. USD-JPY pulled back below 104.00 after capping out in Tokyo a pip shy of yesterday's 104.17 peak. While EUR-USD found its feet, the euro was weak elsewhere, making a 10-month low against the Australian dollar, for instance, and a two-week low versus sterling. Data was euro negative, with German import price inflation dipping to -1.7% y/y from -1.2%, and consumer confidence missing the median forecast, while France posted weak business confidence and order book numbers.
06:04 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for August 27
Globex S&P futures are recently up 1.70 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 up 0.09%, DAX down 0.04%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $94.10, natural gas up 1.18%, gold at $1285 an ounce, and copper down 0.25%.
05:51 EDTSeptember front month equity options last day to trade September 19, 2014
04:45 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has ben struggling to hold gains
FX Action: USD-JPY has ben struggling to hold gains above the 104.00 mark, presently trading around 103.90 after capping out in Tokyo at 104.16, one pip shy of yesterday's peak and Monday's seven-month high at 104.27. Good offers are reported above 104.00, related to month-end and the approach of the end of the first half of Japan's fiscal year. Overall, directional bias is pretty limited presently. Friday's brings the usual slew of month-end data releases out of Japan, including CPI, industrial production, and labour market numbers, which analysts expect to be net negative for the yen. (see calendar for forecasts). With the JGB 10-year benchmark yield, presently at 0.50%, hovering near 16-month lows, analysts remain USD-JPY bullish on the yield differential basis, anticipating a move to 105.00. Support is now marked at 103.50, 102.90 and 102.53 (200-day moving average).
02:20 EDTFX Update: The euro has posted fresh lows
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August 26, 2014
14:55 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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13:20 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY ran out of juice at 104.17
FX Action: USD-JPY ran out of juice at 104.17, 10 points shy of Monday's trend peak. Japanese backed offers remain in place, into 104.30, while there has been some talk that the BoJ may upgrade economic forecasts at the next policy meeting, which may be keeping yen sellers at bay. Support is now seen at 103.75.
13:15 EDTTreasury Action: short yields stabilized following the 2-year
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13:10 EDTTreasury's $29 B 2-year sale was well sponsored
Treasury's $29 B 2-year sale was well sponsored and a little better than expected. The note stopped right on the screws at 0.530%. There were $100.9 B in bids for a 3.48 cover, better than July's 3.22 and the 3.37 average. Indirect bidders were awarded 39.8% compared to 27.0% previously and the 25.9% average. Direct bidders accepted 12.1% versus last month's 14.3%, while primary dealers were awarded 48.0% compared to July's 58.7%.
12:58 EDTWeek of 9/6 Redbook to be released at 08:55
12:58 EDTWeek of 9/6 ICSC-Goldman Store Sales to be released at 07:45
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12:50 EDTTreasury 2-year auction preview: the auction should be ok
Treasury 2-year auction preview: the auction should be ok, but not great. There has been no concession today with the wi trading at 0.535%, though that would still be the second cheapest stop since 2011. Domestic auction demand has been souring in general for much of this year, and quiet summer trading shouldn't help. Additionally, the FOMC is likely to start hiking rates around mid-2015. There should be good support, however, from overseas accounts, especially given the widening spread to European sovereigns and dovish commentary from ECB's Draghi. There's a 54 bp spread to the German Schatz, which trades in negative territory. That dynamic should bring in buyers. There's also a large redemption, and cash will be need to be put back to work. The July auction stopped at 0.544% and garnered a 3.22 cover (3.37 average) and a 27.0% indirect bid (25.9% average). Direct bidders took 14.3%, while primary dealers were awarded 58.7%.
11:55 EDTTreasury's $50 B 4-week bill sale was solid
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11:55 EDTNASDAQ options market resolved earlier system issues
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11:30 EDTU.S. equities extended gains with European shares
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