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July 1, 2015
10:01 EDTISM Mfg Index data reported
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10:01 EDTConstruction Spending data reported
May Construction Spending up 0.8% vs. consensus of 0.5% for the month
10:00 EDTU.S. Markit PMI slipped to 53.6 in the final June read
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09:52 EDTGreek hopes, ADP jobs data lift market at open
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09:50 EDTU.S. Manufacturing ISM Preview
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09:50 EDTU.S. Construction Spending Preview
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09:35 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: July supply should total $80 B to $85 B
U.S. corporate bond update: July supply should total $80 B to $85 B. That would be down from June's $190 B (which was the lowest monthly total of the year so far), as Greece worries and the start of the summer doldrums slowed issuance. Last July, volume totaled almost $72 B. For Q2, offerings hit $423 B, down 5.3% compared to Q1's $447 B total, but up 9.8% y/y versus the $385 B in Q2 2014. For the year-to-date, issuance is up 8.5% y/y to nearly $870 B versus $802 B. Issuance should pick up, assuming some stability from Greece, though an active calendar may have to wait until the jobs report is safely out of the way.
09:25 EDTFed Governor Brainard: a study of liquidity in the bond market
Fed Governor Brainard: a study of liquidity in the bond market is in the early stages, but suggests only limited evidence so far that liquidity has decreased, despite episodes of high volatility. The former Treasury official notes that volatility could be a function of causes other than lack of liquidity, such as the type and risk preferences of investors. She acknowledges that high frequency trading (HFT) and regulatory changes may contribute to lower liquidity at times of stress, but the impact remains unclear. "Anecdotes of diminished liquidity abound, statistical evidence is harder to come by," she said.
09:05 EDTU.S. equities ramped higher
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08:50 EDTU.S. repo market is returning to normal after rates spiked on quarter-end
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar extended gains on the ADP payrolls data
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08:40 EDTSF Fed dove Williams is slated to speak on the economic outlook
SF Fed dove Williams is slated to speak on the economic outlook before the International Conference of Commercial Bank Economists late from 14 ET. Most recently the voter was anticipating a couple quarter point hikes before year-end, but saw little cost in waiting for more evidence.
08:35 EDTThe 237k June ADP rise beat our 210k private and 220k total payroll forecasts
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08:30 EDTGallup US Payroll to Population level data reported
June Gallup US Payroll to Population level at 45.5
08:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields backed up again
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08:27 EDTFutures remain higher amid Greek deal optimism
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08:25 EDTFX Action: The USD is in perky form
FX Action: The USD is in perky form, trading at two-day highs versus the euro and yen, two-week highs against sterling, 26-day highs versus the Canadian dollar. EUR-USD's low today is 1.1095 despite news that Greece's Tsipras will accept most of the creditor demands, with Germany's Merkel saying that thee will be no more negotiations until after Sunday's referendum, which makes a lot of sense. USD-CAD just logged a new high at 1.2525 in what is the third consecutive up day for this pair, aided by underperformance in the Canadian dollar following soft data north of the border. The dollar's way against sterling has similarly been aided by an unexpected drop in the June UK manufacturing PMI to a two-year low, and some dovish-leaning remarks from BoE's Carney. Focus now shifts to today's batch of U.S. data.
08:25 EDTU.S. ADP reported private payrolls rose 237k in June
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08:16 EDTADP Employment Report employment data reported
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07:50 EDTU.S. ADP employment survey preview:
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