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June 19, 2015
10:39 EDTJefferies energy analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:29 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:27 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:20 EDTTreasury Option Action: minor bullish positioning
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10:01 EDTAtlanta Fed Business Inflation Expectations Bus Infl Exp % Yr/Yr data reported
June Atlanta Fed Business Inflation Expectations Bus Infl Exp % Yr/Yr up 1.9% for the year
09:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has given back the 123 handle
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09:50 EDTTreasury Action: upcoming supply is no detriment to bond gains
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09:38 EDTMarket opens quietly as Greece inches closer to possible default
Stock futures drifted lower during the pre-market trading session, leading to a relatively quiet and mixed open for the broader market. Today marks “quadruple witching,” which is the quarterly event when market index futures, market index options, stock options, and stock futures expire and can results in increased volatility as traders roll out positions. With little of note on the domestic economic calendar, Greek headlines may be the most likely catalysts for market moves ahead of the emergency meeting on the situation planned for Monday. In early trading, the Dow is down 21 points, the Nasdaq is down 1 point and the S&P is down 3 points.
09:25 EDTDeutsche Bank food retail analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
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09:25 EDTTreasury Action: yields dipped with Bunds on ECB ELA reports
Treasury Action: yields dipped with Bunds on ECB ELA reports which implied that the ECB has indeed topped up Greek bank funding by 3.3-3.7 B euros, depending on the source cited (not officially confirmed yet), though earlier reports suggested that the ECB might hold off until the emergency meeting on Monday. The ECB is more likely to err on the side of caution to avoid a run over the weekend, however, with 1-2 B euros being withdrawn from the Greek banking system per day. In any case, the Bund yield veered toward session lows of 0.75-0.76% amid the confusion before bouncing, while the T-note followed suit to session lows under 2.28%. The Bund/T-note spread is trading near -152 bp.
09:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are back on track
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09:07 EDTBofA/Merrill European strategists hold an analyst/industry conference call
Chief European Economist Moec, along with European Rates Strategist Salim and European Equity Strategist Barty, discuss what the consequences would be should Greece not pay the IMF (International Monetary Fund), possibly prolonged by a missed payment on July 20 to the ECB (European Central Bank) on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on June 19 at 10:15 am.
08:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD zigged and zagged
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08:35 EDTEnergy Action: August NYMEX crude is under $60/bbl
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08:15 EDTCanadian Retail Sales Preview
Canadian Retail Sales Preview: Retail sales (8:30 ET) are expected to rise 0.5% in April (median +0.6%), building on the price driven 0.7% gain in March and 1.5% rebound in February. The ex-autos sales aggregate is projected to rise 0.3% (median +0.4%) after +0.5% in March. A stall out in gasoline prices restrains the upside for total and ex-autos sales. Nonetheless, the data can remain consistent with the BoC's expectation for growth to recover following the Q1 contraction in GDP.
08:10 EDTFedspeak resumes after the FOMC blackout period
Fedspeak resumes after the FOMC blackout period with SF Fed dovish voter Williams delivering a policy speech before a NBER seminar from 11:40 ET. Note, Williams has generally been more optimistic on growth and near-term rate lift-off of late. Cleveland Fed non-voting hawk Mester will discuss "Community development and the Federal Reserve" from 12:45 ET. She's generally been more concerned about inflation risks and getting behind the curve.
08:05 EDTCanadian CPI Preview
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08:00 EDTECB agrees to raise ELA cap for Greek banks, Reuters reports
Reuters cites a banking source on the report of the ECB agreeing to raised the cap on Emergency Liquidity Assistance to Greece.
07:50 EDTU.S. equities are in a bullish mood
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07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: bonds are higher around the world
Treasury Market Outlook: bonds are higher around the world amid ongoing Greek concerns and a tame view on the Fed. Core yields are falling over 3 bps to leave the Bund at 0.76% and the 10-year Treasury at 2.30%. The periphery is outperforming, however, on hopes of a 12th hour deal after an emergency summit was called for Monday, though reportedly to address EU concerns over capital flight. The ECB is holding an emergency conference call today. Meanwhile, global stocks are also in rally mode (excluding China), in part on hope for some deal. In other news, the BoJ maintained its uber-easy policy stance, but altered some of its meeting dynamics as Kurodo pledged more transparency. Fedspeak will be key today given the focus on the FOMC, and because there isn't anything else on the calendar. Fed dove Williams will be speaking on monetary policy at 11:40 ET. He will be followed by Mester who addresses a monertary policy summit at 12:45 ET.
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