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February 18, 2015
08:55 EDTThe 0.8% U.S. January PPI drop
The 0.8% U.S. January PPI drop with a 0.1% core price decline undershot estimates thanks to a 0.8% plunge in transportation and warehousing service prices that allowed a 0.2% drop for service prices overall. Analysts saw the expected big 2.1% January goods price drop with declines of 10.3% for energy and 1.1% for food. Analysts expect a 0.1% PPI drop in February with a 0.1% core price rise, though if the early-February bounce in oil and gasoline prices continues analysts may need to raise these estimates into month-end. On the old SOP basis, analysts saw a 2.1% headline PPI plunge that followed decreases of 1.1% in December and 0.8% in November, alongside a 0.2% core price rise. Last Friday's trade price report revealed a huge 2.0% January export price plunge that accompanied an oil-led 2.8% import price decline, alongside core price declines of 0.4% for exports and 0.6% for imports. Analysts still expect 0.5% headline declines for both CPI and PCE chain prices, with a 0.1% core price gain for CPI and a flat PCE core figure.
08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved a touch lower
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields extended their pull-back
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08:45 EDTU.S. PPI fell 0.8% in January, while the core rate dipped 0.1%
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08:40 EDTU.S. housing starts slid 2.0% to 1.065 M in January
U.S. housing starts slid 2.0% to 1.065 M in January, a little better than expected, following December's 7.1% jump to a 1.087 M clip (revised from 1.089 M), with November bumped down to 1.015 M from 1.043 M previously. Building permits fell 0.7% to a 1.053 M rate from a revised 1.058 M previously (was 1.032 M). Single family starts dropped 6.7% and multifamily starts rose 7.5% last month.
08:35 EDTFutures remain quiet following housing and prices data
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08:30 EDTFed governor Powell will deliver a lecture
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08:20 EDTCanada Wholesale Shipments Preview
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08:20 EDTU.S. Housing Starts Preview
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08:15 EDTU.S. PPI Preview
U.S. PPI Preview: January PPI data is seen down -0.5% (median -0.4%) for the month following a -0.3% decline in December. The core index should be up 0.1% following a 0.3% increase in December. Price data has been depressed lately as collapsing oil prices have weighed on headlines, WTI oil prices plunged -19.4% in January. For the whole story, see our PPI preview.
08:10 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude rallied to better than two-week highs
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08:00 EDTU.S. chain store sales rebounded 2.3% in the week ended February 4
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07:45 EDTU.S. MBA mortgage market index sank 13.2%
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07:31 EDTFederal Open Market Committee issues minutes of meeting
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07:30 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries extended declines in light trading
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries extended declines in light trading with many Asian markets closing for New Year and Golden Week holidays. The 10-year yield has risen to 2.16%. Overseas sovereigns declined as well amid hopes Greece will ask for a loan extension by the end of the week, suggesting the government might accept a bailout (which isn't the same thing). U.K. Gilts were the underperformer on strong labor market data. Meanwhile, the BoE minutes showed signs of a division among the 9 voting members. Attention is also turning to the upcoming January 27, 28 FOMC minutes. Many in the markets are looking for a more upbeat assessment in general that could presage Chair Yellen's Monetary Policy Report next week and heighten the risk the word "patient" is removed at the March 17, 18 FOMC meeting, and keep a June rate hike on the table. Today's data includes January housing starts, January industrial production, January PPI, and the December TIC data (which was rescheduled from yesterday). The MBA reported mortgage applications dropped another 13.2% in the week ended February 13. Fed Governor Powell will speak on regulation.
07:26 EDTFutures quiet ahead of economic reports
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07:17 EDTFederal Reserve Board Governor Powell to speak at a lecture
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07:15 EDTCFA Society of Cleveland to hold a luncheon meeting
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07:05 EDTFX Update: Sterling was the star performer
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06:46 EDTGreece to ask for extension of euro zone loans today, Reuters says
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