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March 31, 2015
09:55 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI inched up 0.5 points to 46.3 in March
U.S. Chicago PMI inched up 0.5 points to 46.3 in March, hardly unwinding the 13.6 point drop to 45.8 in February (which was the lowest since July 2009). The region's manufacturing sector remains in contractionary territory for a second month in a row. Prices paid were down on the month, as were supplier deliveries, while employment inched up, and new orders rose.
09:48 EDTDow drops 100 points early in final trading day of Q1
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09:45 EDTJefferies agricultural analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:45 EDTMore from Lacker: he's not sure if he will dissent in June
More from Lacker: he's not sure if he will dissent in June if the FOMC decides not to start hiking rates at that policy meeting, he told reporters after his speech. He will wait to hear what his colleagues have to say at that time. Once the Fed starts rate liftoff, he said officials have to be prepared to adjust the pace of tightening according to the incoming data, adding "analysts could tighten more rapidly than people expect." That's doubtful however, as the Yellen Fed has taken the dovish path every time there has been a Y in the road.
09:42 EDTSunTrust automotive analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:39 EDTWedbush search engine analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:33 EDTBarclays industrials analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:30 EDTU.S. equities are back on the defensive
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09:30 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD retreated from two-week highs
FX Action: USD-CAD retreated from two-week highs near 1.2785, falling under 1.2725 after the soft, but better than expected January GDP data. Lower oil prices will likely limit losses from here, as WTI crude remains under $48/bbl. Bids are seen into 1.2700, with resistance up at 1.2800, and 1.2834, which was the six-year high on March 18.
09:15 EDTU.S. Case Shiller home price index slid 0.03% to 172.94 in January
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09:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields poked higher
Treasury Action: yields poked higher after the release of Case-Shiller home prices, which were 0.9% higher seasonally adjusted, but flat on a non-adjusted basis. The T-note yield backed up to 1.955% compared to 1.935% session lows, but below 1.961% overnight highs. The 2s-10s spread is stuck around +138 bp.
08:55 EDTU.S. Case-Shiller home price index
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08:45 EDTEnergy Action: May NYMEX crude
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08:40 EDTFedspeak continues with Cleveland Fed hawk Mester
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08:30 EDTTreasury Option Action: a large block trade
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08:30 EDTU.S. chain store sales climbed 3.4% in the week ended March 28
U.S. chain store sales climbed 3.4% in the week ended March 28 after dipping 0.7% the week before. That's the largest weekly gain since the December 20 week. But the y/y pace slowed slightly to a 2.9% y/y clip versus 3.0% y/y previously. This is a difficult period for sales because of the changing Easter calendar. Indeed, Easter is on April 5 this year, versus April 20 last year, and its proximity helped boost sales this past week. Warmer weather also enticed buyers of spring apparel.
08:05 EDTFed's Lacker says a "strong case can be made" to raise rates in June
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08:00 EDTCanada January GDP Preview
Canada January GDP Preview: Analysts expect GDP to fall 0.2% m/m in January (median same) after the 0.3% rise in December. An as expected 0.2% drop would leave GDP on track for a 0.6% growth pace in Q1, which would undercut the BoC's 1.5% estimate. But Governor Poloz reiterated his view that the impact of the oil price shock is front-loaded, while also being upbeat on the manufacturing sector turn-around (thanks to lower CAD and ongoing U.S. recovery). Hence, an as-expected or more pronounced than projected pull-back in January GDP would not alter our outlook for an extended period of steady policy.
07:55 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasury yields drifted lower overnight
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07:40 EDTPresident of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City speaks on economy
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