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May 5, 2015
07:27 EDTFutures slightly lower as market remains range bound
Stock futures are lower this morning as investors await another round of earnings reports. So far roughly 75% of the S&P 500 companies have reported, and earnings have been in-line with lowered expectations. In the wake of the lackluster earnings, investors have remained on the sidelines with the market at record levels. Lower than expected first quarter GDP and the possibility that interest rates will soon be raised are other factors that have kept the market range-bound.
07:25 EDTCitigroup to hold a conference
Midwest Healthcare Access Day is being held in Chicago on May 5.
07:24 EDTOppenheimer to hold a conference
Oppenheimer Annual NY Internet Investor Day, consisting of private companies holding 1:1s, is being held in New York on May 5.
07:21 EDTSAP to hold a conference
SAPPHIRE NOW 2015 is being held in Orlando on May 5- 7 with webcasted presentations to start on May 5 at 9 am. Webcast Link
07:17 EDTCitigroup to hold a conference
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07:10 EDTCredit Suisse to hold a conference
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06:50 EDTGreece has agreed to new privatization concessions, Reuters reports
Greece has agreed to quickly conclude a deal to pay a German company to run its regional airports, and Athens has also agreed to relaunch bidding for a majority stake in Piraeus port, Reuters quoted a senior privatizations official as saying. The privatization moves are the latest concessions by Greece whose government is looking to obtain new bailout aid, the news service stated. Reference Link
06:42 EDTEU increases 2015 euro zone growth forecast, NY Times says
The EU raised its outlook for economic growth in the euro zone in 2015 to 1.5% from 1.3%, according to The New York Times. Reference Link
06:09 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for May 5
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05:47 EDTMay front month equity options last day to trade is May 15, 2015
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01:50 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD remains heavy
FX Update: EUR-USD remains heavy, threatening to breach Monday's low at 1.1123. The upcoming release of the April U.S. payrolls report should be dollar supportive, analysts think, as the report should show a rebound from March's unexpected weakness. Greece also remains a thorn in the euro's side as news reports from ongoing negotiations suggest that fundamental differences remain between the Greek government and creditors. Elsewhere, sterling has underperformed notably over the last two trading days as markets finally wake up to the sea-change in UK politics that Thursday's general election is set to mark. The polls put the right-leaning Conservative Party in the lead, but well short of an outright majority, which leaves the possibility of a weak left-leaning Labour-SNP (Scottish Nationalist Party) coalition government forming. AUD-USD saw fairly extreme volatility in the wake of the RBA announcing a largely as expected rate cut, tumbling over 50 pips to a 0.7795 low before rebounding sharply to a high just above 0.7900. The RBA cut the cash rate by 25 bp to a record low of 2.0%. The central bank said that a further fall in the AUD is necessary, though made upbeat remarks about employment trends and housing market. Fitch Ratings subsequently interjected that a macro-prudential response may be needed to head-off property bubble risks.
May 4, 2015
16:53 EDT 3-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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16:53 EDT 6-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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16:53 EDT 4-Week Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
15:25 EDTU.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview
U.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview: The April ISM-NMI is out Tuesday to round out the month's producer sentiment measures. The headline should hold steady at 56.5 (median 56.2) from March. This would match the behavoir of the ISM which held steady at 51.5 from March. Overall, producer sentiment for the month remains depressed relative to recent levels but analysts do expect an uptick in the ISM-adjusted average for the month to 51 from 50 in March.
15:15 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:45 EDTAverages adrift in positive ground in afternoon trade
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14:40 EDTiShares MSCI United Kingdom May volatility elevated
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14:20 EDTFed's Senior Loan Officer Survey revealed deterioration in energy loans
Fed's Senior Loan Officer Survey revealed deterioration in energy loans, in its report on Q1 activity. But banks indicated their exposures to loans in oil and natural gas drilling or extraction industry was small, and measures were being taken to mitigate the risks. There was little change in standards on commercial and industrial loans, though some banks on net reported easing some price terms. Banks reported little change in demand for C&I loans, however, though there was an increase in demand for CRE loans. For households, banks reported easier standards for a number of categories of residential mortgages on net, but most banks said there was little change in standards and terms. On the demand side, a moderate net fraction of banks said demand was stronger across most categories of home loans. And banks also noted increased demand for auto and credit card loans.
13:45 EDTMore from Fed's Evans: he would like to see more wage gains
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