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September 4, 2014
10:30 EDTThe U.S. ISM-NMI August climb to a 59.6 nine-year high
The U.S. ISM-NMI August climb to a 59.6 nine-year high extended the July surge to 58.7 from 56.0 in June, just as the ISM-adjusted measure rose to a 57.9 eight-year high from 57.2 in July and 55.5 in June. The August headline has climbed well above the 51.6 four-year low in February, just as the ISM-adjusted measure has risen well above the 51.4 two-year low in February. The ISM-NMI has enjoyed the same Q3 lift evident in the Q3 factory surveys that analysts attribute to the July vehicle assembly rate pop. For the August factory surveys, the ISM rose to 59.0 from 57.1, the Chicago PMI surged to 64.3 from 52.6, the Dallas Fed dropped to 7.1 from 12.7, the Richmond Fed bounced to 12.0 from 7.0, the Philly Fed rose to 28.0 from 23.9, and the Empire State declined to 14.69 from 24.60. The mix of major sentiment readings left the ISM-adjusted average at the same 56 cycle-high seen in July, as well as February and March of 2011, versus 54 through Q2, 52 through Q1, and a 53 average in Q3 and Q4 of 2013.
10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields stabilized higher
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10:15 EDTU.S. ISM non-manufacturing index rose to 59.6 in August
U.S. ISM non-manufacturing index rose to 59.6 in August, better than expected, versus the 58.7 in July. The August number is the best since August 2005. The business activity index climbed to 65.0 from 62.4. The employment component improved to 57.1 from 56.0. New orders dipped to 63.8, however, from 64.9 which was the highest going all the way back to August 2003. New export orders fell to 52.5, not too surprising given the slowing in growth in Europe and parts of Asia, from 53.0. Prices paid declined to 57.7 from 60.9. The composite services and manufacturing index increased to 59.1 from 58.3.
10:10 EDTThe largely expected July U.S. trade deficit drop to $40.5 B
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09:55 EDTU.S. Markit services PMI (final) improved to 59.5 in August
U.S. Markit services PMI (final) improved to 59.5 in August versus the 58.5 flash print, and but is still below July's 60.8. The index was at a record high of 61.0 in June. Similarly, the composite index edged up to 59.7 for the final print compared to the flash reading of 58.8 and versus the final 60.6 in July.
09:50 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: mostly firmer amid slow flows
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09:42 EDTMarket opens higher after ECB announcement, U.S. data
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09:40 EDTU.S. ISM services preview:
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09:10 EDTU.S. equities largely sustained gains
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09:05 EDTThe revised Q2 U.S. productivity figures
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08:55 EDTFX Action: The dollar is higher against the euro
FX Action: The dollar is higher against the euro, and lower versus the yen after the mix of U.S. data, and the ECB press conference. EUR-USD traded the 1.29 handle for the first time since July of 2013, as USD-JPY fell to 104.77 from 105.00. The jobs, trade, productivity and jobless claims data have been overshadowed by the ECB's announcement of QE, which has come as quite a surprise to most in the market.
08:50 EDTThe 4k U.S. initial claims up-tick to 302k
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08:50 EDTU.S. Q2 nonfarm productivity growth was revised lower to 2.3%
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08:45 EDTU.S. jobless claims rose 4k to 302k in the week ended August 30
U.S. jobless claims rose 4k to 302k in the week ended August 30 from 298k previously. That brought the 4-week average up to 302.75k from 299.75k. Continuing claims dove 64k to 2,464k versus a revised 2,528k (was 2,527k). Data are in line with out forecast and are consistent with the ongoing improvement in the job market this year, albeit at a rather moderate pace.
08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained subdued
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08:40 EDTU.S. trade deficit narrowed slightly to $40.5 B in July
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08:36 EDTFutures remain higher following economic data
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08:35 EDTECB to start buying simple ABS, Bloomberg reports
Draghi says bond purchases, TLTRO will have "sizable impact" on balance sheet, according to Bloomberg. Draghi added that the ECB has a unanimous commitment to other measures if needed, Bloomberg noted.
08:32 EDTJobless Claims data reported
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08:30 EDTThe 204k August ADP rise almost exactly matched our 205k
The 204k August ADP rise almost exactly matched our 205k August private payroll forecast, alongside an estimated 210k overall payroll gain, following a downward July revision to 212k (was 218k) that narrowed the gap to the 198k BLS private payroll increase. The component mix of the August ADP rise also nearly matched our assumptions, with a 41k goods employment increase that included a 15k construction gain and a 23k factory rise, alongside a 164k increase for service sector jobs. The "as reported" ADP figures have run 26k/month weaker than private payrolls over the twenty-two months since the October 2012 methodology change by Moody's, with recent overshoots of 21k in July and 11k in June, but prior undershoots of 49k in May, 58k in April, 9k in March, and 62k in February. The ADP as-reported average absolute error over the last twenty-two months is 48k. for a discussion of the risks in tomorrow's jobs data.
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