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July 18, 2014
20:28 EDTISM Mfg Index to be reported at 10:00
July ISM Mfg Index will be reported at 10:00 . Current consensus is 56.0
14:51 EDTJuly Consumer Sentiment to be released at 09:55
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20:28 EDTPersonal Income and Outlays to be reported at 08:30
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14:51 EDTJuly Employment Situation to be released at 08:30
13:55 EDTFed policy outlook: though the exact timing of the first rate hike is irrelevant
Fed policy outlook: though the exact timing of the first rate hike is irrelevant in the grand scheme of things, nevertheless the markets will remain sensitive to data suggesting lift-off could occur sooner than is envisioned. There will be plenty of opportunity over the next couple of weeks to adjust policy expectations with key data in inflation, the labor market, and the economy in general due out. CPI headlines next week and has been one of the key factors underpinning beliefs the Fed could push up its tightening time frame. Various housing reports and durable goods are also due, while PMIs and the all important nonfarm payroll data are released into month-end. Also key to the Fed outlook will be Yellen's Jackson Hole speech later in August.
13:30 EDTAction Economics Survey Results:
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13:07 EDTCBOE 100 Volatility Index down 21.4% to 10.32
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13:00 EDTA Tweet from PIMCO's Gross:
A Tweet from PIMCO's Gross: "Fed minutes in past months have cited geopolitical events may impact decisions at margin. 1 reason why yields decline. German Bunds the other." Fair enough, seems he feels Fed may back away from sooner tightening leaning.
11:50 EDTStocks are extending session gains
Stocks are extending session gains and NASDAQ is up over 1%, nearly recouping yesterday's rout. Short-covering into the European close has pushed the Euro Stoxx 50, FTSE and CAC just back into the green and the German DAX has pared losses to -0.4%. VIX equity vol has retreated 14.2% to 12.47 as a result of the rebound from 13.34 at the open and a spike high of 15.38 yesterday. Other risk proxies like gold are down sharply from $1,324 to lows of 1,304, while USD-JPY found support ahead of 101.00 and rebounded to 101.40. President Obama is about to speak on the Ukraine, which could pause the upmove.
10:55 EDTU.S. dollar swap spreads remain wider
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10:23 EDTMarket bouncing back in early trade from yesterday's geopolitical sell-off
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained restrained
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10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar revealed little reaction
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10:10 EDTU.S. leading index rose 0.3% to 102.2 in June
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10:05 EDTU.S. consumer sentiment eroded to 81.3 in July
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10:01 EDTLeading Indicators data reported
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09:50 EDTU.S. leading indicators preview:
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09:50 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
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09:15 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: more bearish positioning
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09:05 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are quiet but are maintaining overnight losses
Treasury Action: Treasuries are quiet but are maintaining overnight losses after heavy selling from Japanese accounts. Sources suggest it's an eerie calm, however, with the potential for bouts of volatility into the weekend. Note that Japanese markets are closed Monday. The 10-year note yield is being pegged to test 2.40% on any resurgence of safe haven flows. Dip buying is also expected to limit losses near term, even as the bond market has become increasingly concerned the FOMC could hike rates sooner than expected. Meanwhile, Barclays is estimating its month-end extension at a routine 0.08 years for a non-refunding month.
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