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August 25, 2014
07:27 EDTFutures higher to start final week of summer
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a positive open for the broader market as investors hope the market can extend its winning ways. Volume is expected to be light as the Labor Day weekend nears. Investors will be watching several economic data points today including the Chicago Fed National Activity Index, the new home sales report, and Markit's PMI report.
06:27 EDTGerman business morale falls for fourth month, Reuters reports
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06:10 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for August 25
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06:01 EDTSeptember front month equity options last day to trade September 19, 2014
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03:05 EDTFX Update: The USD posted fresh highs against the EUR
FX Update: The USD posted fresh highs against the EUR, JPY and other currencies. EUR-USD dropped below 1.3200 for the first time since last September, making a low of 1.3185, nearly 60 pips down on Friday's closing level. This was a reaction to weekend signals from central bank policymakers at Jackson Hole. Reuters reported that the debate among U.S. Fed policymakers is intensifying with regard to holding interest rates too low for too long, while ECB's Draghi acknowledged the softened growth and inflation outlook, which rekindles speculation of broad based ECB asset purchases later in the year. USD-JPY clocked an eight-month high of 104.27, while EUR-JPY traded fractionally lower. Cable traded at the lowest level since March, at 1.6535. AUD-USD fared better, posting modest gains in rising above 0.9300, supported by a backdrop of generally higher stock markets, reflective of positive risk appetite in asset markets.
August 24, 2014
21:55 EDTMacquarie to hold a tour
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August 23, 2014
15:37 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index to be reported at 09:55
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15:37 EDTChicago PMI Business Barometer Index to be reported at 09:45
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15:37 EDTPersonal Income and Outlays Consumer Spending to be reported at 08:30
July Personal Income and Outlays Consumer Spending will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 0.2% for the month
15:37 EDTReal GDP to be reported at 08:30
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15:37 EDTFHFA House Price Index M/M change to be reported at 09:00
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15:37 EDTDurable Goods Orders Ex-transportation to be reported at 08:30
July Durable Goods Orders Ex-transportation will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 0.4% for the month
15:37 EDTAugust Treasury STRIPS to be released at 15:00
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August 22, 2014
18:52 EDTAugust Employment Situation to be released at 08:30
16:15 EDTU.S. New Home Sales Preview
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: Fed chief Yellen tip-toed down the monetary balancing beam on Friday in a very academic speech on "Labor Market Dynamics and Monetary Policy." While she lifted the veil a bit on her thinking on labor market slack, she gave little away in terms of the policy outlook, as tightening may be brought forward or delayed depending on the data returns ahead. With no data to consider, focus was entirely on Fedspeak and news that Russia had moved into Eastern Ukraine with its "humanitarian convoy."
15:00 EDTTreasury Action: curve flatteners could dominate next week
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14:20 EDTPhilly Fed hawk Plosser said the Fed is mired in debate
Philly Fed hawk Plosser said the Fed is mired in debate about the U.S. labor markets and has little power to effect change. He said the Fed doesn't know if can actually improve the margins of the labor market and he would prefer to raise rates too early than too late; i.e. "pretty soon" after communicating that policy change is in the pipeline. The dissenter doesn't like the statement, which has put the Fed in a box. He also expects the Fed to formally revise its exit strategy in the next meeting or two. Predictably hawkish, his words are falling on deaf market ears after Yellen's balanced speech.
13:55 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
Action Economics Survey results: Fed Chair Yellen didn't provide any definitive clues on rate hikes in her comments, and didn't materially alter general policy outlooks as far as the markets are concerned. What she did leave us with is what analysts already had -- the policy path is data dependent. Of course there is a big array of data from which to choose as analysts try to assess the degree of labor market slack and try to determine the extent of cyclical versus structural forces. It's still looking like rate lift-off will occur around mid-2015, maybe earlier if the recent trend of improved growth is sustained. This week's Survey results suggest that will be the case. Of interest in the coming week will be durable goods, where the Survey median points to a 5.5% increase, with significant upside risk thanks to Boeing orders, as reflected by the 35.0% high estimate. Other key reports ahead show Q2 GDP should post a still strong 3.9% rate of growth, down only slightly versus the Advance report. The Survey also suggests gains in home sales and manufacturing. Meanwhile, the August jobs report should reveal a 213k increase in payrolls and a 6.1%.
12:20 EDTFed dove Lockhart: anticipation of inflation alone is not sufficient
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