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September 8, 2014
03:05 EDTFX Update: Sterling took a hit
FX Update: Sterling took a hit at the commencement of trade on news that the Yes for Scottish independence vote had taken the lead for the first time in polls. The referendum will take place on Sep-18. Cable dove sharply from 1.6325 to a 10-month low of 1.6164 and EUR-GBP spiked above 0.8000 before settling back just under here. Elsewhere, trade was pretty quiet. EUR-USD remained heavy in ebbing south of 1.2950, finding support at 1.2931, but remained above last week's post-ECB meeting low of 1.2920. USD-JPY remained well within its range from Friday, consolidating in the low 105s. News that Japan's Q2 GDP was revised down to -7.1% from -6.8% didn't have much FX impact. Stocks in Asia were mixed-to-higher despite Japan's data, as China trade figures showed above-expectations exports.
September 7, 2014
16:54 EDTReports of fighting in eastern Ukraine threatens peace agreement, WSJ says
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08:34 EDTImport Prices data reported.
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08:34 EDTRetail Sales less autos to be reported at 08:30
August Retail Sales less autos will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 0.3% for the month
08:34 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index to be reported at 09:55
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08:34 EDTWholesale Trade Inventories to be reported at 10:00
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September 5, 2014
15:10 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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21:22 EDTLeading Indicators to be reported at 10:00
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13:35 EDTFedspeak for the week ahead will be limited
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13:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some large "downside skew packages"
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11:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY took one brief look at the 105.00
FX Action: USD-JPY took one brief look at the 105.00 level after falling from 105.70 overnight, to lows of 104.68 by mid-morning. With a new trend peak successfully printed, profit taking was the main driver in Tokyo, while disappointing U.S. jobs data knocked another layer of longs out of their positions. From here, analysts may well have seen the pairing's best levels for a while, with consolidation expected until the market gets a better feel for what the BoJ's next move will be on the policy front.
11:20 EDTTreasury Action: supply factors into next week's action
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11:00 EDTEstonia says officer abducted near Russian border, DJ reports
11:00 EDTU.S. Payroll Growth Stuck on Sideways:
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10:20 EDTRussian equities traded 1.4-1.8% higher
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10:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: a leg up from weak payrolls
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09:36 EDTMarket opens lower following disappointing jobs report
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09:35 EDTFor the U.S. jobs data impact on quarterly forecasts
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09:30 EDTFed Policy Outlook: one month's data won't alter the FOMC's trajectory
Fed Policy Outlook: one month's data won't alter the FOMC's trajectory. The overall report still reflects an improving job market, albeit at a very laborious pace and despite massive amounts of stimulus. Nevertheless, the headline employment figures were disappointing, and the unemployment rate dipped for the "wrong" reason, which will give Chair Yellen and the doves the upper hand for now and will keep most policymakers treading lightly with respect to policy normalization. The FOMC will continue to trim QE by $10 B at the upcoming September 16, 17 meeting and bring the buybacks to an end in October. Of significance, however, will be the nuances in the language of the policy statement which could portend the likely timing of rate lift-off. The FOMC can credibly state that there is "sufficient underlying strength in the broader economy to support ongoing improvement in labor market conditions." While the Fed could alter its "considerable period" phrase, it still might retain that key language at this point if it thinks the first rate hike is closer to mid 2015 than earlier. Analysts still expect policymakers to provide more clues on the normalization tools since Yellen will have the opportunity to more fully elaborate on them at the press conference.
09:15 EDTUkraine signs cease-fire agreement with rebels, Bloomberg reports
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