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April 5, 2014
19:29 EDTImport Prices data reported.
March Import Prices at % vs. consensus of 0.2% for the month.
19:29 EDTWholesale Trade Inventories to be reported at 10:00
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09:24 EDTLeading Indicators to be reported at 10:00
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April 4, 2014
16:51 EDTMoody's cuts Ukraine rating to 'Caa3' from 'Caa2,' outlook negative
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16:05 EDTTreasury Market Summary: markets were whipsawed by the jobs report
Treasury Market Summary: markets were whipsawed by the jobs report as the 192k increase in nonfarm payrolls disappointed expectations for a much loftier pick up (whisper number in the 250k to 300k range). But taken as a whole, the report was strong and basically voided the weather-induced weakness at the start of the year. Treasury yields dove lower on bullish curve steepeners, unwinding the bear flatteners that had been a general trend since the March 19 FOMC instilled rate hike fears into the trade. The 5s-30s spread gapped out over 5 bps to 188 bps; the spread narrowed over 10 bps on March 19 after Yellen's "6-month" gaff. Stocks were hammered lower with the NASDAQ bearing the brunt of the selling, dropping 2.5%.
14:15 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are hanging on to gains amid a beat down in equities
Treasury Action: Treasuries are hanging on to gains amid a beat down in equities with the NASDAQ off over 100 points (-2.3%) after the headline payroll print disappointed. The belly of the curve is outperforming as the market rethinks its Fed outlook. However, analysts still read a lot of strength in the jobs report and suspect today's gains won't last. The 5-year yield dropped 10 bps to dip fractionally below 1.70%. The benchmarke10-year yield slid to 2.71%. Supply headlines next week with $64 B in coupon offerings (Tuesday-Thursday), while the FOMC Minutes (Wednesday) will be the next focal point. It will be educational to see the tone of the discussion, the first under Yellen's leadership, and the comments underlying the shift away from the 6.5% unemployment rate threshold. Data is light next week with just trade prices, consumer credit, the Treasury budget, and PPI. Earnings season also gets underway.
14:00 EDTAverages lower as Nasdaq tumbles
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12:05 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has fallen to near 103.30
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11:00 EDTGuggenheim policy analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
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10:20 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD held 1.0955
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09:54 EDTMarket gives up early gains, Nasdaq slides into red
Stock futures firmed following the release of the monthly nonfarm payrolls report, leading to a higher open for the broader market. Despite the Dow hitting another new high the market had difficulty gathering any upside momentum. The averages have turned mixed, with the Nasdaq the first index to cross into negative territory and the S&P and Dow struggling to stay on the positive side of the flat line. About 25 minutes into the session, the Dow is up 13 points, the Nasdaq is down 15 points and the S&P is up 2 points.
09:45 EDTFor the U.S. jobs data impact on quarterly forecasts
For the U.S. jobs data impact on quarterly forecasts, analysts still expect 1.3% GDP growth in Q1, after growth of 2.6% in Q4, though jobs data now imply upside risk given a 1.6% Q1 hours-worked gain that's substantially stronger than the flat figure implied after the last round of jobs data. The Q1 hours-worked increase was similar to the 1.5% Q4 clip. Our GDP forecasts imply a flat Q1 productivity figure, after a Q4 growth rate of 1.8%. For 2014 overall, analysts expect 2.7% Q4/Q4 growth for real GDP with a 2.4% Dec/Dec hours-worked gain, following a 2013 mix of 2.6% and 1.8%, and a 2012 mix of 2.0% for both. Analysts expect a 1.1% productivity rise for 2014 Q4/Q4 following a higher 1.3% rise in 2013 but a smaller 0.8% 2012 gain. Nonfarm payroll growth was surprisingly stable over the last four quarters, and with quarterly gyrations that have largely run counter to quarterly GDP growth.
09:35 EDTFor the jobs data impact on other March reports
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09:30 EDTThe U.S. jobs report
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09:15 EDTFed Policy Outlook: jobs data won't alter the FOMC stance
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08:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD was finally able to break
FX Action: USD-CAD was finally able to break the key 1.1000 level following the better Canadian and about in-line U.S. employment reports. USD-CAD had found solid support into the 1.1000 mark all week, though has now touched 1.0962 lows following the data. Initial support is seen at 1.0955 (March 6 low), followed by the February 19 base of 1.0911.
08:55 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are rebounding
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar traded briefly lower
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08:40 EDTU.S. nonfarm payrolls increased 192k in March
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08:39 EDTStock futures jump following nonfarm payrolls report
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