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April 15, 2014
09:30 EDTU.S. NAHB housing market index preview:
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09:25 EDTThe 0.2% U.S. CPI March headline and core price increases
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09:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD trades to 1.1010 highs
FX Action: USD-CAD trades to 1.1010 highs, making six-session highs in the progress. Slightly wide U.S./Canada yield differentials have likely been a factor in the CAD's softening this morning, while stops at 1.1000 helped USD-CAD higher as well. The next upside target will be the April 4 peak of 1.1042.
09:20 EDTU.S. equities shed some of their gains
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09:15 EDTCapital flows showed foreigners bought $167.7 B in U.S. assets in Feb
Capital flows showed foreigners bought $167.7 B in U.S. assets in Feb after buying $87.0 B in January (revised from $83.0 B). Overseas accounts purchased $85.7 B in net long term assets versus $7.7 B in January (revised from $7.3 B). Demand for Treasuries rebounded as accounts bought $92.4 B in coupons (after selling $584 M in January), and sold $882 M in equities, $75 M in agencies, and $6.7 B in corporate bonds. Belgium was the biggest buyer of Treasury notes and bonds at $30.9 B, followed by the U.K. ($12.3 B) and Japan ($9.1 B). Switzerland was the biggest seller of Treasuries at $7.3 B, followed by Russia (-$5.6 B) and Oil Exporters (-$2.7 B), China (-$2.7 B), and France (-$2.7 B).
09:15 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY made a feeble attempt
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09:10 EDTU.S. TIC flows preview:
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09:00 EDTTreasury International Capital Foreign Demand for Long-Term U.S. Securities data reported
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09:00 EDTThe April Empire State headline drop to 1.29
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08:55 EDTRedbook Store Sales data reported
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08:50 EDTFed Chair Yellen didn't discuss monetary policy or the economy
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields got caught in the crossfire
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar firmed up slightly
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08:45 EDTU.S. Empire State manufacturing index slid to 1.3 in April
U.S. Empire State manufacturing index slid to 1.3 in April after rebounding to 5.6 in March, weaker than expected. The index hit a recent high of 12.5 in January which was the best since May 2012. The components were mixed. Employment improved to 8.2 from 5.9. The workweek dipped to 2.0 from 4.7. New orders dropped to -2.8 from 3.1. Prices paid edged up to 22.5 from 21.2. Prices received climbed to 10.2 from 2.4. The 6-month outlook index rose to 38.2 from 33.2, with the future employment index at 22.5 from 17.7 and capital expenditures at 23.5 from 16.5.
08:43 EDTBoston Federal Reserve Bank President Rosengren to speak at Husson University
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08:40 EDTU.S. March CPI edged up 0.2% with the core rate up 0.2% as well
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08:34 EDTFutures remain higher following economic data
Stock futures remain higher following the release of the consumer prices report and the Empire Manufacturing report. The CPI data showed that consumer prices rose 0.2% overall versus the expected increase of 0.1% while the core reading, which removes food and energy, was also up 0.2% versus the expected increase of 0.1%. The Empire Manufacturing Index for April came in at 1.29 versus expectations of a reading of 8.00.
08:31 EDTConsumer Price Index CPI less food & energy data reported
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08:31 EDTConsumer Price Index CPI data reported
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08:31 EDTEmpire State Mfg Survey General Business Conditions Index data reported
April Empire State Mfg Survey General Business Conditions Index at 1.29 vs. consensus of 7.50
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