New User:

-or-
Username:
Password:
Forgot your password?

Stock Market & Financial Investment News

News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.
<< 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | all recent NOSYMBOL news | >>
March 4, 2015
10:20 EDTThe U.S. ISM-NMI January uptick to 56.9
Subscribe for More Information
10:17 EDTMarket extends yesterday’s losses in early trading
Subscribe for More Information
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields snapped back from lows
Subscribe for More Information
10:10 EDTU.S. ISM services index edged up 0.2 points to 56.9 in February
Subscribe for More Information
10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar rallied
Subscribe for More Information
10:00 EDTU.S. Markit services PMI rose to 57.1 in the final February reading
Subscribe for More Information
09:50 EDTU.S. ISM non-manufacturing preview:
Subscribe for More Information
09:43 EDTSenate Energy & Natural Resources Committee to hold a hearing
Subscribe for More Information
09:40 EDTMore from dove Evans: low global inflation is not fully understood
Subscribe for More Information
09:40 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: issuance is considerably lighter today
U.S. corporate bond update: issuance is considerably lighter today after the near record sized $21 B Actavis offering priced yesterday, along with the huge $8 B Exxon deal. In fact, it was the second largest daily volume, totaling $33 B, bested only by September 11, 2013 which included the $49 B Verizon offering. Today's calendar includes a multi-tranche deal from CBA to include benchmark sized 3-year fixed/FRN and a 5-year maturity. There is a $500 M 7-year note from TD Ameritrade. Cades is pricing a benchmark 3-year note. AIA Group is selling benchmark 10-year notes. Republic Services has a $500 M 10-year. DTE Electric has a $350 M 30-year bond on tap. Corporate supply has been a major factor behind the updraft in Treasury yields, where the 10-year has risen 14 bps from last week.
09:10 EDTChicago Fed dove Evans repeated call for "patience"
Chicago Fed dove Evans repeated call for "patience" with no rate hikes until 2016, since he has "serious concerns about excessively low inflation." He forecasts inflation to remain below 2% until the end of 2018 and warns that the Fed should only raise rates when confident that inflation is heading higher, though he sees GDP growth of 3% the next couple of years. Though he expects to see full employment at 5%, this will include some labor market slack. Evans considers the costs of tightening too late as low, while raising rates too early could undermine the recovery. Overall, this is in character with his very dovish reputation, though perhaps more at the dovish end of the hawk-dove continuum at the Fed. Evans is a voter and yields are drifting lower again.
08:51 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of New York to hold a meeting on student loans
President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, William Dudley, speaks at a meeting entitled, "Convening on Student Loan Data"" being held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on March 4 at 9 am.
08:50 EDTU.S. equities are trading lower
Subscribe for More Information
08:46 EDTThe SEC's Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies holds a meeting
Subscribe for More Information
08:35 EDTThe 212k ADP February rise undershot our 240k private payroll forecast
The 212k ADP February rise undershot our 240k private payroll forecast with a 250k total nonfarm payroll increase that is in line with the typical underperformance for the ADP figures, after a big boost in the lean January gain to 250k (was 213k) that narrowed the gap to the 267k private payroll rise in that month. The ADP rise included a big 31k increase for goods employment with the same rise for construction, though weather is a bigger factor for payrolls than ADP. The "as reported" ADP figures have run 41k/month weaker than private payrolls over the two years since the October 2012 methodology change by Moody's, with big recent undershoots of 54k in January, 79k in December, and a hefty 206k in November that were aggravated by the higher private payroll trajectory with last month's annual revisions. The ADP report included annual revisions that "back fitted" the data to the revised payroll figures, though analysts track "as reported" data. on the risks for Friday's U.S. jobs report.
08:33 EDTGallup U.S. Job Creation Index level data reported
Subscribe for More Information
08:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields rolled lower
Treasury Action: yields rolled lower in the wake of the ADP report, which came in below expectations, but from sharp upwardly revised January levels. That should still keep focus on upside risks in Friday's payrolls report once past the crucible of tomorrow's ECB and BoE meetings. The T-note yield hit a high over 2.14% in Asia, only to sag below 2.11% in early NY trade before finding traction. ISM NMI, Beige Book and Fedspeak will provide the fodder for the rest of the session after recent heavy corporate supply dominated defensive price action.
08:30 EDTFX Action: The dollar ticked up a bit
Subscribe for More Information
08:26 EDTJobs data has little impact on market
Subscribe for More Information
08:25 EDTU.S. ADP reported private payrolls increased 212k in February
U.S. ADP reported private payrolls increased 212k in February , that's a little disappointing, though January's 213k was revised up to a 250k increase (benchmark revisions were included today). The services sector paced the gain, rising 181k, with the goods producers contributing 31k. Construction jobs increased 31k. Manufacturing rose 3k. Finance was up 20k. Trade, transportation, and utility jobs increased 31k.
<< 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | all recent NOSYMBOL news | >>

Sign up for a free trial to see the rest of the stories you've been missing.

I agree to the theflyonthewall.com disclaimer & terms of use