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June 18, 2015
17:11 EDTEurozone to meet for special summit about Greece on Monday, MarketWatch says
Eurozone leaders will meet on Monday for a special emergency summit about Greece on Monday, reports MarketWatch, citing an EU official. Reference Link
16:38 EDTFed Balance Sheet Level data reported
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16:33 EDTMoney Supply M2 Weekly Change data reported
Week of 6/8 Money Supply M2 Weekly Change at -$9.3B
16:33 EDTWeek of 6/26 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 10:30
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16:33 EDTWeek of 6/28 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index to be released at 09:45
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02:17 EDTJobless Claims to be reported at 08:30
Week of 6/27 Jobless Claims will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 270K
16:27 EDTECB said to conduct unscheduled call on Greece ELA Friday, Bloomberg says
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15:15 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:50 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries remain cheaper ahead of next week's supply
Treasury Action: Treasuries remain cheaper ahead of next week's supply. The concessions, the gradualist view on the Fed, and Greek woes bode well for the auctions. The Treasury sells $26 B in 2-year notes (Tuesday) and the wi trades at 0.685%, a little higher than in May where the auction saw good results. The $35 B 5-year (Wednesday) is bid at 1.665% currently, 10 bps higher than the 1.560% award rate. And the $29 B 7-year (Thursday) trades at 2.085%, up about 20 bps from May's 1.888% stop. There's a lot of data next week that will be important for the outlook, though not crucial, including various housing reports, durable orders, the final revision to Q1 GDP, income, PCE, and Markit PMIs.
14:12 EDTAverages off best levels, still up about 1% in afternoon trade
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14:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: also mixed trade
Euro$ interest rate options: also mixed trade against the rate futures was reported, starting with a block buyer of 20k in December 2016/17 spreads. There was a bearish buyer of 4k in August 2015 puts vs 98/97.75 put spreads, along with a bearish seller of 5k in September 99.625/99.75 call 1x2s. Bulls sold 2.5k in December 2015 99.625/99.50/99.25 put trees and 7k in July 2015 99.50 puts (5k blocked). Front euro$s remain firmer, with December 2015 1.5-ticks higher near 99.43, while the deferreds range from +2-ticks to -4.5 ticks as the curve is prone to steepening today.
14:00 EDTCleveland Fed's median CPI rose 0.2% in May
Cleveland Fed's median CPI rose 0.2% in May, with the 16% trimmed mean edging up 0.1%. These alternate measures of core CPI compare to the BLS' figure of 0.1%. The Median reading is up 2.2% y/y, unchanged over the last several months, with the trimmed mean slipping to a 1.6% y/y clip versus 1.7% y/y previously, and is down from 1.8% y/y in prior months. The Cleveland Fed President Mester is more or less a centrist with slightly hawkish overtones, and these data shouldn't sway here much in either direction.
13:55 EDTCanadian CPI Preview
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13:50 EDTEuro leaders to hold summit about Greece on Monday, Bloomberg reports
13:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY touched 122.49 lows
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13:17 EDTEurozone talks on Greece end without deal being reached, AFP reports
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13:15 EDTTreasury's $7 B 30-year TIPS reopening was a non-event
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12:40 EDTU.S. equities are on a rampage
U.S. equities are on a rampage in the wake of the Fed's lower dot-plot trajectory, which seems to have caught fire with investors even as they tire of contradictory headlines on Greece. Germany's Die Zeit is also mongering that Greek aid will be extended out until year-end, which boosted euro. This helped lift European stocks back into the green as well, with the Euro Stoxx 50 closing 0.63% higher compared to -0.7% at the NY open even as talk of fresh debt relief offers are circulating on Greece, though Athens closed up 0.37%, below earlier highs. NASDAQ is up over 1.3% after marking all-time highs of 5,139.6, pulling the blue chips about 1% higher. A successful Fitbit IPO probably didn't hurt either, along with the bounce in the Philly Fed, though its price component surge was a bit alarming.
12:24 EDTDie Zeit reporting Greece aid to be extended without IMF, Bloomberg says
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11:55 EDTTreasury Option Action: bearish positioning
Treasury Option Action: bearish positioning has mostly been reported in between celebrations by Blackhawk fans in Chicago, with the grain of the sell-off in underlying Treasuries and futures. Among them were sales of July 127.00 calls and purchases of July 125.00 puts. September 10s are 11-ticks lower near 125-265 compared to their 126-18 to 125-245 range vs post-FOMC highs near 126-18.
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