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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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July 28, 2015
08:14 EDTHouse Financial Services Committee to hold a hearing
The Committee holds a hearing entitled, "Dodd-Frank Act 5 Years Later: Are We More Prosperous?" on July 28 at 10 am. Webcast Link
08:10 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: bonds are lower in heavy volume
Treasury Market Outlook: bonds are lower in heavy volume as a rebound in stocks pared safe haven flows overnight. Treasuries are underperforming with the 10-year yield up over 3 bps to 2.25%. Treasuries are also down ahead of the FOMC meeting and with the advent of supply as the $90 B in coupon offerings begin. U.S. equity futures and European bourses are on the mend, though Asian share markets were mostly lower with China's Shanghai down another 1.7% (but pared a better than 5% decline). Losses slowed there after official implemented new measures to boost equities. There wasn't much market moving data out. UK preliminary GDP rose 0.7% q/q. In the U.S., the FOMC begins its 2-day meeting. No surprises are expected. Earnings news will be important with Anadarko, Ford, Gilead, Merck, Pfizer, Reynolds, UPS, LVMH, Yelp, Wyndham Worldwide, Panera Bread, and GrubHub to name a few. There's not a lot of data on today's slate, with just July consumer confidence, preliminary Markit services PMI, the May Case-Shiller home price index, the July Richmond Fed manufacturing index, and weekly chain store sales. The Treasury sells $26 B in 2-year notes.
08:10 EDTU.S. chain store sales dipped 0.2% in the week ended July 25
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08:05 EDTBudget battles unlikely to derail Fed rate plans:
Budget battles unlikely to derail Fed rate plans: risk of the traditional fall budget showdown and potential government closures have been factored in by the Fed in the past, but WSJ's Hilsenrath thinks it may be different this time around and not be an impediment to a rate hike. "First, Republicans have made it clear they want to avoid a repeat of past shutdowns. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky) vowed last year -- after the GOP won control of the Senate -- there would be no more shutdowns or threats of debt market disruptions. Last week House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) said Congress would likely pass a short-term funding bill to keep the government operating past September. Second, the market backdrop is different today than it was in September 2013. Back then, Fed officials were worried about a 'taper tantrum' in bond markets that pushed interest rates higher in anticipation of a Fed move and knocked emerging markets. Yields on 10-year Treasury notes have held steadily between 2.0-2.5% since mid-February. Third, the Fed is closer to its goal of full employment now and broader headwinds from tight government budgets have diminished."
08:00 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: bonds are lower in heavy volume
Treasury Market Outlook: bonds are lower in heavy volume as a rebound in stocks pared safe haven flows overnight. Treasuries are underperforming with the 10-year yield up over 3 bps to 2.25%. Treasuries are also down ahead of the FOM meeting and with the advent of supply as the $90 B n coupon offerings begin. U.S. equity futures and European bourses are on the mend, though Asian share markets were mostly lower with China's Shanghai down another 1.7%. Losses slowed there after official implemented new measures to boost equities. There wasn't much market moving data out. UK preliminary GDP rose 0.7% q/q. In the U.S., the FOMC begins its 2-day meeting. No surprises are expected. Earnings news will be important with Anadarko, Ford, Gilead, Merck, Pfizer, Reynolds, UPS, LVMH, Yelp, Wyndham Worldwide, Panera Bread, and GrubHub to name a few. There's not a lot of data on today's slate, with just July consumer confidence, preliminary Markit services PMI, the May Case-Shiller home price index, the July Richmond Fed manufacturing index, and weekly chain store sales. The Treasury sells $26 B in 2-year notes.
07:31 EDTBoard of Governors of the Federal Reserve System holds closed meeting
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07:30 EDTHouse Energy & Commerce Committee to hold a hearing
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07:25 EDTFX Update: Chinese stock markets continued to wield influence
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06:46 EDTSuntory Holdings not considering IPO at this time, Reuters reports
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06:46 EDTFutures suggest market bounce at open
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06:00 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for July 28
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05:48 EDTAugust front month equity options last day to trade is August 21, 2015
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02:40 EDTFX Update: The AUD saw volatile trade
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00:05 EDTChinese equities rebounded from lows
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July 27, 2015
16:34 EDT 6-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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16:34 EDT 3-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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16:34 EDT 4-Week Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
14:55 EDTTreasury Action: Treasury sells $26 B in 2-year notes Tuesday
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14:50 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: The bond market got a lift from the downdraft in stocks, which resumed with a vengeance overnight in China and spread like the flu to Europe and Wall Street. A robust verbal defense of the Chinese markets came from its rescue fund spokesman, which implied that official buyers will be back in tomorrow and denied any wind down of the support program. But equities remained jittery and yields settled lower, despite the proximity of the FOMC meeting later in the week. Commodites also remained soft, while durables surged thanks to Boeing and the Dallas Fed index ticked up from recent lows.
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