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February 12, 2016
02:40 EDTFX Update: Currencies have consolidated
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02:01 EDTWeek of 2/15 Money Supply to be released at 16:30
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02:01 EDTWeek of 2/24 Fed Balance Sheet to be released at 16:30
February 11, 2016
22:45 EDTAsian stocks are lower
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18:57 EDT San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams Speech to be released at 12:00
16:36 EDTMoney Supply M2 Weekly Change data reported
Week of 2/1 Money Supply M2 Weekly Change at -$0.6B
16:36 EDTFed Balance Sheet Reserve Bank credit data reported
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16:19 EDT 3-Month Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
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16:19 EDT 6-Month Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
16:19 EDTWeek of 2/19 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 10:30
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16:19 EDTWeek of 2/21 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index to be released at 09:45
16:19 EDTWeek of 2/20 Jobless Claims to be released at 08:30
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15:30 EDTU.S. Retail Sales Preview
U.S. Retail Sales Preview: January retail sales data is out Friday and should reveal a 0.1% (median 0.1%) headline increase for the month while the ex-autos aggregate remains unchanged. This comes on the heels of a 0.1% decline in both of these measures in January. Despite an increase in January auto sales the retail sales data faces numerous downside risks including weaker chain store sales and softer construction employment data which analysts discussed in Monday's commentary.
15:30 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview
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15:15 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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15:00 EDTEnergy Action: As soon as NYMEX crude
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14:45 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude printed $26.13
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14:14 EDTAverages range-bound in the red as market selloff continues
The averages remains deep in negative territory as the market selloff continues. The averages are on track to be down for the fifth consecutive day with no sign so far that the market will recover before the streak officially continues. The Dow is down over 2% this afternoon and the S&P is close behind, pushing both indexes to be down more than 10% for the year. Oil prices continue to take a pounding, with WTI crude down 3% to trade below $27 per barrel.
14:00 EDTTreasury Action: curve flattener unwinds
Treasury Action: curve flattener unwinds prevailed in the wake of the sour 30-year auction results, reversing out some of the extreme flattening seen earlier in the session on the sharp drop in stocks and global volatility. The 2-year yield clawed back from lows at a slower pace from the 0.582% area to 0.633%, still down over 7 bp on the session. The 5-year yield dipped as low as 0.976% in early trade, only to reverse back over 1.08%, still off 6 bp on the day. The 10-year yield touched 1.53% early and snapped back over 1.63%, down 7.4 bp on the session. The cash bond yield probed lows of 2.38%, only to reverse briefly over 2.50% in wake of the auction miss, down just 4 bp on the day. The 2s-10s spread hit +95 bp at its nadir and has since steepened back out to +99 bp; the 5s-30s had narrowed to +140 bp before widening slightly to +141 bp.
13:15 EDTTreasury's $15 B 30-year auction results were poor
Treasury's $15 B 30-year auction results were poor. The bond tailed 3 big bps to 2.50% as the issue cheapened further from the 2.470% into the bid deadline. It looks like the 40 bp richness compared to the 2.905% from January left domestic accounts sidelined. There were only $31.4 B in bids for a 2.09 cover, well off last month's 2.29 (for $13 B sold) and the 2.33 average. It's the lowest since mid 2011. Indirect bidders took a solid 58.0%, as expected, and was better than last month's 56.5% and the 55.4% average. Direct bidders accepted 10.3%, the same as the 10.8% previously, while primary dealers accepted 31.7% compared to the prior 32.6%.
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