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July 14, 2015
14:10 EDTU.S. Industrial Production Preview
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14:05 EDTU.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Index Preview
U.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Index Preview: The Empire State index is out Wednesday to kick off the July producer sentiment measures and analysts expect the headline to rise to 4.0 (median 2.0) after a decline to -2.0 in June. After some winter and spring weakness the measures of producer sentiment began to rebound in June with an ISM-adjusted average of 53 after holding at 51 for the two months prior.
13:10 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY recovered to 123.45
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12:40 EDTAtlanta Fed's GDPNow forecast was curiously boosted to 2.4%
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12:30 EDTFed Policy Outlook: a September Fed rate hike is still in the cards
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12:10 EDTAtlanta Fed's GDPNow forecast should be downgraded
Atlanta Fed's GDPNow forecast should be downgraded following the weak June retail sales reading, which should be out any time after 10 ET. The last GDPNow estimate was an upgrade for Q2 to 2.3% from 2.2% following the trade report, which is still shy of the 2.9% consensus for Blue Chip economists. Our own estimates for both Q2 and Q3 were cut to 2.5% (from 2.7%) and 3.4% (from 3.6%), respectively after this morning's key data. Keep an eye out for the GDPNow Update due momentarily.
12:00 EDTTreasury's $45 B 4-week bill was soft
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11:50 EDTNY Fed credit survey showed significant loosening:
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11:45 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: a flood of issuance has filled the calendar
U.S. corporate bond update: a flood of issuance has filled the calendar and the supply dynamics are limiting Treasury gains. There is a total of 13 companies slated so far today, the 3rd largest of the year, according to Bloomberg. EIB priced its $3 B 7-year note. And Export Development Bank of Canada priced a $1 B 5-year. PepsiCo and Kohl's each have benchmark 10- and 30-year deals, as does The Republic of Kazakhstan. JPMorgan is selling 10-year notes. So is Naspers. There is a 5-year offering from CIBC. Korea Gas launched a $500 M 10-year. Santander has a 10-year offering too, as does Nationwide Building Society. SMBC is doing a benchmark 3-year. USAA Capital has a $400 M 5-year.
11:45 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude is on N.Y. session highs
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10:50 EDTTreasury Option Action: premiums have been squeezed
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10:30 EDTThe 0.3% May U.S. business inventory rise matched estimates
The 0.3% May U.S. business inventory rise matched estimates, but it followed a 0.4% April gain that failed to reveal the expected upward revision to leave a slightly disappointing report overall. Inventory restraint signals downside risk for our downwardly-revised 2.5% Q2 GDP estimate. Analysts saw a flat May retail inventory figure alongside a flat factory figure and a big 0.8% rise for wholesalers that both included price-boosts from petroleum. Analysts expect a $35 (was $35) B Q2 inventory subtraction in the Q2 GDP report that more than reverses a $19.5 B Q1 addition to leave a still-elevated $64 B Q2 accumulation rate. Analysts lowered our Q2 GDP estimate to 2.5% from 2.7% this morning in response to the weak June retail sales report. Risk for the 2015 economy can be seen in the lofty inventory-to-sales (I/S) ratio, which sat at 1.36 for a third consecutive month, following the 1.37 expansion-high in February. Despite the three-month downtick, the ratio remains well above the 1.27-1.31 ratios between May of 2012 and October of last year. The I/S ratio is well above the 1.24 floor seen in March of 2011.
10:25 EDTTreasury Action: yields consolidated above lows
Treasury Action: yields consolidated above lows following the next data round on inventories, which didn't rock the boat. The benchmark T-note yield based near 2.39% and inched back up to 2.41% compared to pre-retail 2.45% session highs. Notwithstanding Yellen's upcoming testimony, sources are looking ahead warily to the Greek parliamentary vote late Wednesday, which could cap yields. The 2s-10s spread is near +177 bp and the Bund/T-note spread is holding near -157 bp.
10:10 EDTU.S. business inventories rose 0.3% in May, with sales up 0.4%
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10:01 EDTBusiness Inventories data reported
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09:46 EDTAverages mixed at open, rise in early trade after retail sales miss
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09:45 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview
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09:40 EDTCFA Society of San Francisco to hold a luncheon meeting
Luncheon Meeting with Steve deHaan, Managing Diretor at Andersen Tax who holds a speech entitled, "Critical Tax Issues for Early Stage Company Founders and Executives" in San Francisco on July 14 at 2:30 pm.
09:40 EDTThe U.S. trade price report undershot assumptions
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09:25 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures lurched higher
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