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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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May 4, 2015
15:25 EDTU.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview
U.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview: The April ISM-NMI is out Tuesday to round out the month's producer sentiment measures. The headline should hold steady at 56.5 (median 56.2) from March. This would match the behavoir of the ISM which held steady at 51.5 from March. Overall, producer sentiment for the month remains depressed relative to recent levels but analysts do expect an uptick in the ISM-adjusted average for the month to 51 from 50 in March.
15:15 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:45 EDTAverages adrift in positive ground in afternoon trade
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14:40 EDTiShares MSCI United Kingdom May volatility elevated
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14:20 EDTFed's Senior Loan Officer Survey revealed deterioration in energy loans
Fed's Senior Loan Officer Survey revealed deterioration in energy loans, in its report on Q1 activity. But banks indicated their exposures to loans in oil and natural gas drilling or extraction industry was small, and measures were being taken to mitigate the risks. There was little change in standards on commercial and industrial loans, though some banks on net reported easing some price terms. Banks reported little change in demand for C&I loans, however, though there was an increase in demand for CRE loans. For households, banks reported easier standards for a number of categories of residential mortgages on net, but most banks said there was little change in standards and terms. On the demand side, a moderate net fraction of banks said demand was stronger across most categories of home loans. And banks also noted increased demand for auto and credit card loans.
13:45 EDTMore from Fed's Evans: he would like to see more wage gains
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13:42 EDTCooperman: Market will have correction when Fed raises rates
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13:35 EDTCooperman says doesn't see conditions that would lead to bear market
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13:35 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained elevated
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13:34 EDTLeon Cooperman says current market multiple about right
Cooperman said he believes the stock market will end year higher than it is today. Cooperman is speaking at the Ira Sohn conference.
13:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has ranged between 1.2090 and 1.2134
FX Action: USD-CAD has ranged between 1.2090 and 1.2134 through the North American session, with trade uninspiring at best. The early recovery in oil and gold prices helped the CAD, but with crude down $1/bbl from its highs, USD-AD has been able to maintain the 1.21 handle. Tuesday's U.S. and Canadian trade reports my shake things up some, while with London back in the fray, prices action may perk up some.
13:00 EDTFed's Evans repeated he doesn't see the need for the FOMC to rush
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12:30 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: there are a couple of deals on the calendar
U.S. corporate bond update: there are a couple of deals on the calendar to kick off the week's issuance, expected to total about $30 B. Hedging the offerings could keep bears in control in the Treasury market. Enterprise Product's headlines with a benchmark 3-, 10-, and 30-year deal. American Tower has a benchmark 5- and 10-year sale. NextEra Energy has a $600 M 2-year. Principal Financial is selling $400 M in 10-year notes. Ryder Systems has a $300 M 5-year. Meanwhile, Bloomberg estimates some $16 B matures this month.
12:15 EDTTreasury Action: risk-on trades have seen solid gains in the German DAX
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12:15 EDTU.S. equities have cooled off
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12:00 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY again held the 120.00 mark
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11:55 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are stymied
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11:50 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill auction was solid
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11:15 EDTTreasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday
Treasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday. The size is unchanged for a 5th straight week, from $40 B heading into April. Supply is very light this week with just this auction, and the $48 B 3- and 6-month offering later this morning. However, the debt managers will announce the May refunding on Wednesday.
11:10 EDTTreasury Option Action: still leaning to the bearish camp
Treasury Option Action: still leaning to the bearish camp more details are emerging from our sources, who note volatility now ticking up amid light flows and gamma/vol buying amid some limited downside trades. They also note with a wink that the 10-year straddle for Friday is trading at a 4.5 tic premium compared to the last 6 payroll week straddles, suggesting a higher degree of uncertainty heading into the report. Among the larger trades were bearish buyers of 4k in July 127/125.5/124 put butterflies and 1.5k in June 127/126 puts and bearish sale of 1k in July 130.5 calls. On the bullish side was a purchase of 5k in July 132.5 calls. June 10s are still 5-ticks firmer near 127-30 in moderate 480k volume on Globex.
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