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November 20, 2014
07:16 EDTJPMorgan to hold a forum
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06:55 EDTFX Update:
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06:31 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for November 20
Globex S&P futures are recently down 7.10 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 up 0.07%, DAX down 0.69%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $74.33, natural gas up 2.29%, gold at $1195 an ounce, copper down 0.87%.
06:20 EDTNovember front month equity options last day to trade is November 21, 2014
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02:10 EDTFX Update: USD-JPY rallied to a new seven-year high
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November 19, 2014
21:40 EDTA 5.3 earthquake registered in Japan
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21:05 EDTChina's manufacturing PMI (HSBC) fell to 50.0 in November
China's manufacturing PMI (HSBC) fell to 50.0 in November in the preliminary or "flash" report from the final 50.4 in October. The output index fell to contractionary 49.5 in November from a final 50.7 in October. The pull-back in the index to the 50.0 contraction/expansion level underpins projections that the growth pace of China's economy is slowing. While some of the slowing is intentional on the part of the government as it seeks to transition China to a more balanced growth composition, the risk remains that unintentional slowing may become more pronounced.
20:40 EDTJapan's exports rose 9.6% y/y in October
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20:39 EDT Beige Book to be released at 14:00
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17:27 EDTWeek of 11/28 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
15:10 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:43 EDTFed members initially had different views on 'considerable time' phrase
All but one member of the Federal Open Market Committee ended up supporting the committee's statement on the outlook for interest rates following its last meeting, although some expressed concerns initially, the FOMC's minutes released today stated. Committee members initially disagreed on whether to reiterate that it would probably be appropriate to maintain the current 0%-0.25% target range for the federal funds rate for a considerable time following the end of the asset purchase program in October, especially if inflation continues to run below the committee's 2% longer run goal. Some participants favored eliminating the statement, saying that it could be misconstrued to suggest that the FOMC's actions would not be based on incoming data. Other participants felt that the "considerable time" phrase was useful in conveying the committee's outlook, while a couple felt that removing the phrase could signal a significant change in the Fed's policy, resulting in a tightening of financial conditions. A couple of others felt that the current language could suggest an earlier increase in rates was likely to be appropriate. In the end, however, all but one member supported maintaining the considerable time phrase. Meanwhile, "a number" of members said that it could be helpful for the committee to issue further clarification of the bank's approach to interest rates soon. Members generally agreed that the economy had made enough progress to justify concluding the Fed's asset purchase program at the end of October. On the economy, participants felt that the unemployment rate would continue to decline over the medium term, and anticipated that inflation would be held down by energy price declines in the near-term. However, members felt that inflation would increase towards the committee's 2% goal in coming years, although a few said that it might run below the Fed's objective for quite some time. Most viewed the risks to the outlook for economic activity and the labor market as nearly balanced. A number of participants said that economic growth might be slower than expected over the medium term if overseas economies or the financial situation deteriorates significantly.
14:40 EDTFed Policy Outlook: there wasn't much to be gleaned from the FOMC minutes
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14:35 EDTCanada Wholesale Trade Preview
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14:25 EDTFX Action: The dollar fell broadly
FX Action: The dollar fell broadly after the release of the FOMC minutes, though quickly snapped back to pre-minutes levels. EUR-USD spiked up to stop at 1.2600, before falling back under 1.2560, as USD-JPY dell to 117.50 from 117.70, before heading back to 117.75. With not much news in the release, the knee-jerk dollar reaction petered out in a hurry, and on net, the greenback is just a touch lower than it was.
14:20 EDTWeek of 11/28 MBA Purchase Applications to be released at 07:00
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14:20 EDTFOMC minutes: the tone was mixed and there isn't much guidance
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14:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields reversed from highs
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13:25 EDTAtlanta Fed's research director Altig says July is the time to start thinking
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13:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar has steadied
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