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May 1, 2015
09:55 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
U.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview: The second release on April Michigan Sentiment should leave the headline at 96.5 (median 96.0) from 95.9 in the first release and 93.0 in March. Despite the headline improvement in the first release it has been a mixed month for confidence with the consumer confidence figure plunging to 95.2 from 101.4 in March.
09:55 EDTU.S. Markit final manufacturing PMI slipped to 54.1 in April
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09:50 EDTU.S. Manufacturing ISM Preview
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09:45 EDTMore from Fed hawk Mester: all meetings are on the table
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09:35 EDTWorkers gain slight edge in labor vs capital
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09:30 EDTU.S. Auto Sales Preview
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09:10 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY rallied to one-week highs of 119.93
FX Action: USD-JPY rallied to one-week highs of 119.93, through the 50day moving average, which currently stands at 119.85. Offers remain in place at 120.00 with Japanese exporters and option back selling expected. Over the figure, the April 23 high of 120.09 comes into play.
09:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has run up to 1.2149 highs
FX Action: USD-CAD has run up to 1.2149 highs, over the 10-day moving average, and levels last seen on Monday. The move comes as WTI crude slips under the $59 mark, from just shy of $60 earlier, and as gold futures fall to more than one-month lows of $1,169. Stops were tripped over yesterday's 1.2132 highs.
08:45 EDTCleveland Fed hawk Mester discussed consumer credit
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08:35 EDTU.S. equities are on the mend
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08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are starting May on a negative note
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are starting May on a negative note with yields extending several basis points higher. A bearish tone has become firmly entrenched since yields broke out of their long standing range no the high side, with optimism over a Greek deal and supply also having weighed, along with better data yesterday. The 10-year yield has climbed to 2.07%. European bonds are mostly higher, with the exception of Bunds where the rate has risen to 0.366%. Volume was on the soft side as May Day holidays compromised liquidity. Overnight data showed China's PMI steady at 50.1, Japanese core CPI rising to 2.2% y/y, while spending plunged 10.6% y/y. U.K. April PMI unexpected declined. It's a busy day in the U.S. with April ISM, the Markit PMI for April, final April consumer sentiment, April vehicle sales, and March construction spending. Fedspeak resurfaces with comments from Mester and Williams, with only the latter a voter. Earnings announcements come from Chevron, Clorox, ITT, Newell Rubbermaid and Weyerhaeuser. Next week's economic calendar includes nonfarm payrolls, the ISM services report, and trade figures.
08:00 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude plied a relatively narrow trading range
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07:31 EDTSan Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President speaks on monetary policy
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07:31 EDTFutures suggest a moderate market bounce
Stock futures are suggesting a moderate bounce, as data out of China indicated that the country's manufacturing and services sector showed signs of modest growth last month. Today U.S. investors will be watching several domestic economic data points, including construction spending, ISM manufacturing data, consumer confidence, and the weekly Baker Hughes rig count.
07:28 EDTThe Cato Institute holds a discussion
ugene Gholz, Associate Professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas discusses a major new study on how changing trade flows and energy revenues affect U.S. national security via two potential mechanisms: shifts in U.S. bilateral relationships with oil-exporting countries and disruptions in regional security in a discussion entitled, " National Security Implications of New Oil & Gas Production Technologies" in Washington, D.C. on May 1 at 12 pm. Webcast Link
07:21 EDTFDA Ear, Nose & Throat Devices Panel to hold a meeting
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07:18 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
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06:51 EDTChina April PMI unchanged from March, Reuters reports
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05:49 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for May 1
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05:46 EDTMay front month equity options last day to trade is May 15, 2015
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