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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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April 20, 2015
17:09 EDT 6-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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17:09 EDT 4-Week Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
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15:30 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:55 EDTCanada Wholesale Trade Preview
Canada Wholesale Trade Preview: Analysts expect wholesale shipments, due Tuesday, to rise 0.5% in February (median -0.5%) after the 3.1% plunge in January. Forecast risk is all over the place given the bounce in retail shipments and plunge in manufacturing shipments during February. An as expected bounce would track expectations that the impact of the oil shock was front loaded in Q1. The 2.5% drop in February manufacturing shipments alongside the 1.3% gain in February retail sales informs our wholesale projection. Analysts are giving more weight to the retail sales gain given that the manufacturing drop was due to temporary factors in the vehicle production industry.
14:18 EDTMarket holding onto earlier gains
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14:00 EDTTreasury Action: long-end underperformance
Treasury Action: long-end underperformance has been the rule today, though the rising tide on stocks is lifting all boats along the curve. The 2-year yield has backed up from 0.5040% session lows to clear 0.5320%, the 5-year rose from 1.290% to 1.334%, while the 10-year bounced from 1.853% to probe 1.90% and the 30-year ramped up from 2.5090% lows to 2.569%. That saw the 2s-10s spread widen 2 basis points from +135 bp to +137 bp, while the 5s-30s spread stretched 1.5 basis points from +122 bp to +123.5 bp. Swings on stocks have been amplified by China as tighter margin and looser short-selling rules on Friday were contrasted by rate cuts today - setting up the "V" shaped move.
12:45 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures: a bulk purchase of June 2015s
Euro$ interest rate futures: a bulk purchase of June 2015s was spotted at 99.69 today to the tune of 60k with double that reportedly bid as well. Sources say that some 200k in June euro$s were sold from 99.645-99.595 back on March 19 (after last FOMC) and this may be short-covering on that trade. The June contract is a half-tick lower at 99.69 presently and the deferreds remain under pressure, some 0.5-5.0 ticks lower out the back.
12:40 EDTU.S. corporate bond update:
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12:10 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY made its way to 119.35
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11:45 EDTTreasury's 3- and 6-month bill auctions were strong
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11:10 EDTTreasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill auction for Tuesday
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11:05 EDT4-Week Bill Announcement CUSIP Number data reported
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11:00 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: put liquidations
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10:40 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility broke to lows of 13.14
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10:30 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude has rallied to four-month highs
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10:05 EDTA Slight April Bounce for U.S. Sentiment:
A Slight April Bounce for U.S. Sentiment: The downdraft for U.S. producer sentiment may have abated somewhat in April, given improvement in the component data for the Empire State and Philly Fed reports despite unimpressive headlines. On an ISM-adjusted basis, the Empire survey held steady in April while the Philly Fed posted a welcome bounce. Analysts expect ISM-adjusted average of all the major surveys to improve slightly to 51 in April, after a lean 50 average in March, though higher 52 averages in January and February and a 55 average as recently as November.
09:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has moved moderately higher
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09:50 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the FOMC meets next week
Fed Policy Outlook: the FOMC meets next week. Of course no policy action will be forthcoming. But the markets will be looking to the statement for additional clues on the timing of rate liftoff. With policymakers continuing to stress the data-dependency of rate action, as NY Fed's Dudley just did, there shouldn't be any firm indications on timing. The statement will note the slowdown in Q1, and the markets will try to get a sense of just how much temporary factors are to blame, including the stronger dollar, slow overseas growth, and spillover from energy price weakness. After the disappointing March jobs report, the Fed will repeat it needs to see further improvement, and it may tweak from the March statement that the underutilization of labor resources continues to diminish. The outlook on inflation will be important, and the uptick in core CPI to a 1.8% y/y rate in March from 1.7% y/y could give the Fed some confidence that prices are moving toward the target. But that won't be sufficient to suggest any policy changes near term.
09:33 EDTChina's central bank helps U.S. stocks recoup some of Fridays losses
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09:25 EDTMore from Dudley is not yet reasonably confident
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