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May 13, 2015
10:30 EDTCrude inventories for week of May 8
Crude oil inventories 2.19M draw vs. consensus of 250K draw. Gasoline inventories 1.1M draw vs. consensus of 250K build. Distillates 2.5M draw vs. consensus of 750K.
10:30 EDTThe 0.1% March U.S. business inventory rise
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields rebounded from lows
Treasury Action: yields rebounded from lows with stocks recovering some composure after muted opening gains, with the reasonable skew to the inventory/sales ratio at least not inflaming the slowdown story. The T-note yield found support under 2.20% after diving on retail and price shortfalls earlier and seems to be gravitating toward the 2.24% pivot again, which previously marked a double-top on a closing basis. Yesterday's high of 2.365% was the highest level since November and is starting to look like a blow-off high, assuming the bond market is not hijacked by animal spirits in Bunds again, leaving the 1.99% 100-day m.a. attracting.
10:10 EDTU.S. business inventories rose only 0.1% in March, with sales up 0.4%
U.S. business inventories rose only 0.1% in March, with sales up 0.4%. The 0.3% February inventory gain was revised lower to 0.2%, while the flat sales reading was bumped to -0.2%. Retailer inventories, the only new data in the report, increased 0.3% after rising 0.5% in February (revised from 0.4%). The inventory-sales ratio dipped to 1.36 from a revised 1.37 in February (was 1.36), still near an expansion high, and a recessionary level. This is yet another data disappointment that will weigh on Q1 GDP outlooks.
10:00 EDTBond market sell-off may not be sustainable
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09:50 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview
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09:50 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: issuance is heavier today
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09:37 EDTStocks rise at open despite flat retail sales
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09:35 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures jerked higher
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09:30 EDTThe U.S. trade price report revealed surprising commodity-led weakness
The U.S. trade price report revealed surprising commodity-led weakness in April after a two month pause in the trade price downtrend that began with a six-month string of out-sized drops through January. The April bounce in petroleum prices was much smaller than expected, alongside food price declines and an eighth consecutive month of declines in export and import core prices. A soaring dollar and a weak global economy are still depressing trade prices overall despite February and March resilience and the small petroleum price rise in March and April. Export prices ex-agriculture and import prices ex-petroleum look poised for 2% declines through 2015, after a 2.9% decline over the twelve months of 2014 for ex-agriculture export prices and a flat figure for ex-petroleum import prices. For the remaining April inflation reports, analysts expect flat headline figures for both CPI and PCE chain prices with core price increases of 0.2% for CPI and 0.1% for PCE. Analysts expect 0.1% PPI headline and core price gains.
09:15 EDTThe flat April U.S. retail sales figure
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09:12 EDTHouse Committee on Small Business to hold a hearing
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09:00 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD fell to levels last seen on January 15
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08:57 EDTAtlantic Council holds a discussion on Silicon Valley
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields stumbled lower
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08:45 EDTU.S. import prices slid 0.3% in April, while export prices fell 0.7%
U.S. import prices slid 0.3% in April, while export prices fell 0.7%. The 0.3% decline in March import prices was revised up a bit to -0.2%, while the 0.2% February gain was nudged down to -0.4%. March's 0.1% export price gain was not revised. As for the import side, weakness was broad-based outside of petroleum prices, which rose 1.0%. Excluding petroleum, prices fell 0.4%. Food and beverage prices declined 0.9%. Industrial supplies slipped 0.2% and capital goods were down 0.3%. Import prices with Canada and China were down 0.1%. As for exports, declines were across nearly every category, paced by a 1.5% slide in capital goods. Ag prices fell 0.8%. Excluding ag, export prices dropped 0.7%.
08:40 EDTFX Action: The dollar fell
FX Action: The dollar fell after the weak retail sales outcome, and the drop in import prices. EUR-USD rallied to 1.1280 from under 1.1230, as USD-JPY dove toward 119.35 from 119.65. Equity futures remain higher, though off their best levels, while Treasury yields dipped.
08:40 EDTU.S. retail sales were flat in April, and rose 0.1% excluding autos
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08:35 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD stayed down overnight
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08:35 EDTU.S. equities angling higher ahead
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