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November 25, 2012
16:00 EDTGerman bunds fall as safety demand lessens, Bloomberg says
Germany’s bunds fell as optimism gained that European leaders are taking steps to solve Greece’s fiscal crisis, says Bloomberg. Reference Link
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July 10, 2014
06:55 EDTThe SEC to hold a meeting
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06:53 EDTHouse Agriculture Committee to hold a hearing
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06:51 EDTFDA Obstetrics and Gynecology Devices Panel to hold a meeting
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06:48 EDTProactive Investors to hold a forum
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06:10 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for July 10
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06:10 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has dropped to a new low
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05:45 EDTJuly front month equity options last day to trade July 18, 2014
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03:21 EDTFitch cuts Puerto Rico GO bonds to 'BB-' from 'BB,' outlook negative
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02:20 EDTFX Action: USD majors were mostly steady
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July 9, 2014
18:53 EDTFitch cuts Puerto Rico GO bonds to 'BB-' from 'BB,' outlook negative
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15:25 EDTU.S. weekly jobless claims preview:
U.S. weekly jobless claims preview: U.S. initial jobless claims for the week ended July 5 are expected to see an 11k increase to 326k (median 315k). The 2k U.S. initial claims rise to 315k in the final week of June capped the two-week drop to a lean 313k (was 312k) in the prior week and 314k in the BLS survey week from 318k at the start of the month, as the figures oscillate closer to the 298k cycle-low from early-May than the 345k recent-high at the end of April. The tightening in claims since April implies upside risk to our 210k July nonfarm payroll forecast after the 288k mark in June.
15:15 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:45 EDTTreasury Action: and back down yields fell
Treasury Action: and back down yields fell as the bond market found itself braced too defensively into the minutes after all. Very dovish remarks on potential for QE in Europe from ECB's Draghi was effective in stanching the sell-off, particularly in light of the Fed's warning about low inflation in Europe and Asia. Also, WSJ Fedwatcher Hilsenrath (subscription) indicated that though the Fed had a deadline now on QE, they also don't expect rates to move very high considering the lingering headwinds to the economy. The T-note yield collapsed back down to 2.55% from session highs over 2.60%. Risk events in Palestine and Portugal also feature in the background.
14:33 EDTWeek of 7/18 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
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14:25 EDTFed minutes show differing views on policy, inflation outlook
Members of the Federal Open Market Committee had widely different views on the outlook for monetary policy and inflation during the committee's last meeting, minutes of the meeting show. A number of participants said that monetary stimulus might have to be removed more gradually if the economy fails to generate above-trend growth later this year. "A couple" of members suggested that the central bank may need to strengthen its commitment to maintain enough stimulus to increase inflation to a level in-line with the committee's target. But "some other" participants worried that economic growth over the medium term could be faster than expected and called for the Fed to move more rapidly towards increasing interest rates. Participants generally agreed that the bank's asset purchases would end later this year. As for the economy, members agreed that the economy was rebounding in the second quarter. According to the committee, longer run inflation expectations remained stable, and most participants viewed the risks to the outlook for the economy, the labor market, and inflation as broadly balanced. Capital spending appeared poised to increase, while a number of participants reported that business loans in their districts had expanded. Inflation appeared to have moved up from low levels, and some members expected inflation to accelerate and saw upside risks to inflation. But other members remained concerned about what they saw as persistently low inflation.
14:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields ratcheted higher still
Treasury Action: yields ratcheted higher still after the FOMC minutes entertained the end of bond buying and various components of its exit strategy (IOER, reverse repo), along with acknowledgment of firmer sectors in the economy, though they also forecast inflation remaining below the 2% target and disinflation risks in Asia and Europe. The latter comments helped cap the T-note yield after it cleared 2.60% from the 2.59% area prior to the minutes.
14:20 EDTFX Action: The dollar briefly picked up some ground
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14:15 EDTFOMC Minutes to June 17, 18 meeting didn't offer much new insight
FOMC Minutes to June 17, 18 meeting didn't offer much new insight on policy amid an ongoing debate on policy normalization. There weren't any indication of a policy change anytime soon as many officials think there's more slack in the labor market than suggested by the unemployment rate. Some were also concerned by soft retail sales, and many were surprised by the weakness in Q1 GDP. Nevertheless, the pace of QE is likely to continue at $10 B per meeting, but could end in October with a $15 B reduction. The economy is expected to bounce back and most members see balanced risks on growth, jobs, and inflation. It looks as though paying interest on reserves will be the primary tool of normalization for now.
14:02 EDTFed sees ending bond-buying program in October, minutes show
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14:00 EDTTreasury Action: FOMC Minutes are just ahead
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