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June 18, 2015
10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar perked up
FX Action: The dollar perked up after the stronger Philly Fed and leading indicators outcomes. EUR-USD dipped to 1.1390 from 1.1410, as USD-JPY bounced over 122.85 from near 122.70. Wall Street remains near session highs, as yields tick up a bit.
10:15 EDTU.S. Philly Fed climbed 8.5 points to 15.2 in June
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yield probed session highs
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10:05 EDTThe U.S. current account gap
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10:03 EDTDeutsche Bank integrated oils analyst holds analyst/industry conference call
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10:02 EDTLeading Indicators data reported
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10:01 EDTPhiladelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey General Conditions Index data reported
June Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey General Conditions Index at 15.2 vs. consensus of 8.0
10:00 EDTU.S. Philadelphia Fed Index Preview
U.S. Philadelphia Fed Index Preview: June Philly Fed is expected an increase to 7.0 (median 8.0) following May's dip to 6.7. The Empire State Index for the month already posted a drop to -2.0 from 3.1 along side a more restrained ISM-adjusted decline to 51.6 from 51.7. Overall, analysts expect producer sentiment to trend sideways in June with the ISM-adjusted average holding at 51 for a third month.
10:00 EDTU.S. Leading Indicators Preview
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09:41 EDTMarket extends recent gains with higher open
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09:40 EDTFed Policy Outlook: FOMC post-mortem shows diverging interpretations
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09:28 EDTFood & Drug Law Institute to hold a webinar
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09:25 EDTU.S. equity investors are still fired up
U.S. equity investors are still fired up by the prospect of a more gradual rate path as detailed in the Fed projections, obscuring the Greek debt crisis for the moment, which is unlikely to be resolved today. The cooler than expected 0.1454% core CPI reading didn't hurt either in terms of the rate path, though jobless claims dropped again. The Dow is 66-points firmer, S&P gained 5-points and NASDAQ is up 15-points in pre-market action. In Europe, the Euro Stoxx 50 is 0.5% lower, the DAX 0.6% lower, though Athens has rebounded 0.5% after the sell-off. Japan's Nikkei sank 1.13% after more volatility in China with the Shenzhen down 4.0% and Shanghai Comp 3.6% lower. Oracle sank 6% after subpar earnings were forecast in part due to the strong dollar. Rite Aid dove 5% after weak forecasts as well. Philly Fed and LEI remain on the docket.
09:20 EDTU.S. CPI rose 0.4% in May with the core up 0.1%
U.S. CPI rose 0.4% in May with the core up 0.1%, not quite as hot as forecast. There were no revision to the respective gains of 0.1% and 0.3% in May. Energy prices rebounded 4.3% after falling 1.3% previously. Transportation was the other culprit behind the headline strength, surging 2.7%. Commodities increased 0.9%. Service costs rose 0.2%. Food/beverage costs were flat, as was housing. Apparel prices declined 0.5%. Medical care edged up 0.2%. Recreation rose 0.1%.
09:20 EDTTreasury Action: curve steepening remains the play
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09:15 EDTThe 0.4% May U.S. CPI rise
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09:12 EDTHouse Energy & Commerce Committee to hold a hearing
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09:06 EDTConsumer Advisory Board to hold a meeting
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09:00 EDTFed 2015 roadmap and other takeaways from Yellen Q&A:
Fed 2015 roadmap and other takeaways from Yellen Q&A: according to WSJ's Hilsenrath, 1) the dot-plot suggests the Fed is split between one or two small hikes by year-end, likely September and December, if both. 2) Yellen's New Gradualism Mantra is that rate increases will be gradual and shallow. 3) Believe it when they see it - having been burned by growth in the past the Fed "would like to see more decisive evidence that a moderate pace of economic growth can be sustained." 4) Yellen's on hawkish note - she agreed with Dudley that the Fed could have hiked more rapidly in 2004-06 and won't be mechanistic this time. 5) Congress leave us alone - "I would ask, what exactly is the problem?" Ms. Yellen said. "I'm not certain what the problem is that needs to be addressed."
08:50 EDTU.S. current account deficit rose to $113.3 in Q1 from -$103.1 B
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