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November 14, 2014
11:05 EDTMore from dove Bullard: he is sticking with his forecast
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10:45 EDTThe 0.3% September U.S. business inventory rise beat estimates
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10:40 EDTTreasury Option Action: a bearish put trade
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10:30 EDTEIA Natural Gas Storage Change for the week ending November 7
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10:28 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:25 EDTThe November Michigan sentiment pop to an 89.4 new cycle-high
The November Michigan sentiment pop to an 89.4 new cycle-high extended the October climb to an 86.9 prior high from 84.6 in September, as the index has now spent two months above last year's 85.1 peak from July. Michigan sentiment likely faces a boost in the final November report, given an average upward revision of 0.8 points through 2014, though this is roughly half of the 1.8 average boost in 2013. Analysts expect a final November reading in the 90 area. The 2014 climb in Michigan sentiment has closed the gap to the growth path for consumption and payrolls. Confidence likely benefited from the usual post-election boost, alongside the general 2014 lift from rising equity and home prices. Confidence faces headwinds from the geopolitical backdrop, limited credit availability, and Obamacare. Analysts've seen an upward tilt in most confidence indicators into Q4, as most measures are now above mid-2013 levels. The IBD/TIPP index rose to 46.4 in November from 45.2 in the prior two months, versus a 54.0 cycle-high in October of 2012. The RBC-IPSOS index fell, however to 51.7 in November from a 53.2 cycle-high in October. Analysts expect a consumer confidence rise to a 96.0 new cycle-high in November from a 94.5 current cycle-high in October.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields shrugged off the bounce in U. Michigan
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10:10 EDTU.S. business inventories rose 0.3% in September
U.S. business inventories rose 0.3% in September from a revised 0.1% gain in August (was 0.2%). Business sales were unchanged after sliding 0.5% previously (revised from -0.4%). The inventory-sales ratio was steady at 1.30 (August was revised up from 1.29). The only new information in the report is from retailer inventories, which increased 0.3%. The data will help fine-tune GDP forecasts but won't impact the markets.
10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar edged slightly higher
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10:05 EDTU.S. consumer sentiment improved to 89.4 in the preliminary November read
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10:03 EDTBusiness Inventories data reported
September Business Inventories up 0.3% vs. consensus of 0.3% for the month
10:03 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index data reported
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09:55 EDTMarket opens relatively quietly, lower in early trade
Stock futures were quiet throughout the pre-market trading session, leading to a relatively quiet open for the broader market. The Dow hit a new all-time high yesterday, its 25th record for 2014. Oil prices continue to move lower and now stands at a four year low and questions remain about the effect of the low cost of oil. Certainly it will help the consumer, but the ripple effect in the economy continues to be debated. In early trading, the Dow is down 10 points, the Nasdaq is down 8 points and the S&P is relatively flat.
09:50 EDTU.S. business inventories preview:
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09:50 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: issuance is moderate today
U.S. corporate bond update: issuance is moderate today. But the Treasury market is still suffering a bit from indigestion from a heavy calendar this week that looks to total about $35 B, along with the $66 B in the Treasury refunding. Headlining today is a $3 B 2-year global deal from FHLB. Newell Rubbermaid has a benchmark 5- and 10-year offering. And, First Tennessee Bank is selling $300 M in 5-year notes.
09:45 EDTU. Michigan sentiment preview:
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09:30 EDTFed's Bullard said low inflation does not justify zero rates
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09:20 EDTFed rate view is being pulled in two directions
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09:15 EDTThe 0.3% retail sales headline and ex-auto gains
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09:00 EDTU.S. equities marginally padded gains
U.S. equities marginally padded gains after the retail sales came in above low expectations and trade prices were dragged lower by tumbling energy prices. The Dow rose 15-points, S&P gained 2-points and NASDAQ is 3-points firmer in pre-open trade. Fresh trend lows in the yen helped prop up Japan's N-225 0.56%, supported by ongoing speculation over sales tax hike delay and stimulus, though Europe is trading mixed despite somewhat-firmer-but-still-limp GDP returns in Europe. The Euro Stoxx 50 has reclaimed shallow positive territory from out of the red earlier. Merger talks between Halliburton and Baker Hughes boosted their shares, while Geron leapt 37% after licensing a cancer drug to J&J. Hertz sank 1.5% after cutting its 2014 outlook and confirming cost cutting. Up next are U. Michigan and inventory data to round out the week.
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