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May 1, 2015
02:15 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD extended to a new two-month peak
FX Update: EUR-USD extended to a new two-month peak of 1.1266 in New York PM trade before settling to narrow range trading near 1.1200. EUR-JPY and other euro crosses have seen a similar price action, while the dollar itself has managed to recover some recently lost ground against other currencies following perky U.S. data on Thursday. USD-JPY recovered from its foray to the mid-18s and is back in familiar territory in the mid-119s. Cable saw quite a sharp correction to the low 1.53s after peaking at 1.5498 on Wednesday. This occurred as EUR-GBP stormed to three-week highs on Thursday. Cable has rallied from sub-1.46 levels in little over two weeks, and a correction was starting to look overdue. The May-7 UK election should be a consideration given outcome uncertainties and the fact that Cable lost about five points during the final run-in to the last election in 2010. AUD-USD has settled around 0.7900 after the sharp retreat from Wednesday's 0.8075 high, which always a move too far as the RBA will be eager to do what it can to curtail currency strength at its policy review next Tuesday.
April 30, 2015
21:39 EDTWeek of 5/13 Fed Balance Sheet to be released at 16:30
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21:39 EDTWeek of 5/4 Money Supply to be released at 16:30
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21:20 EDTChina's official manufacturing PMI was 50.1 in April
China's official manufacturing PMI was 50.1 in April, as expected and identical to the 50.1 in March. The back to back readings leave this measure skimming just above the contraction/expansion level of 50.0 after it fell below in February to 49.9 and 49.8 in January. The index was 50.1 in December. The drop to below 50.0 in January was the first contractionary reading since September of 2012's matching 49.8. The official PMI contrasts with the HSBC manufacturing PMI, which fell to 49.2 in April in the "flash", or preliminary report from a final 49.6 in March. Analysts expect the HSBC PMI to remain at 49.2 in the final report, due May 6th local time.
17:12 EDT Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans Speech to be released at 12:25
16:50 EDTU.S. Construction Spending Preview
U.S. Construction Spending Preview: Construction data for March is out Friday and should reveal an unchanged (median 0.5%) rate for the month following -0.1% in February. Current construction is currently up 28% from it's February '11 bottom. Some downside risk remains to the release in the form of Q1 weather disruptions.
16:45 EDTU.S. Manufacturing ISM Preview
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16:40 EDTU.S. Auto Sales Preview
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16:40 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
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16:39 EDTFed Balance Sheet Level data reported
Week of 4/29 Fed Balance Sheet Level at $4.490T
16:39 EDTMoney Supply M2 Weekly Change data reported
Week of 4/20 Money Supply M2 Weekly Change at -$1.9B
16:39 EDTWeek of 5/8 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 10:30
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16:39 EDTWeek of 5/10 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index to be released at 09:45
16:39 EDTWeek of 5/9 Jobless Claims to be released at 08:30
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15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary
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15:00 EDTFedspeak resurfaces in May and comments will be closely scrutinized
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14:15 EDTAtlanta Fed's GDPNow model flags 0.9% Q2 growth:
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14:04 EDTMarket ending month on sour note
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13:30 EDTTreasury Option Action: standout call seller
Treasury Option Action: standout call seller no doubt added to the bearish tone today, selling 25k in June 128+ calls, among others. There was also some 22k total in put and put spread buying at various strikes that added to the bearish melee on 10-year futures. June 10s are 15.5-ticks lower near 128-01, compared to their 128-205 to 127-26 session range.
13:15 EDTStocks on the auction block again
Stocks on the auction block again with Apple -2.3% apparently looking a bit sickly and leading NASDAQ 1% lower once more, with the blue chips trailing lower in hot pursuit. NASDAQ is probing its 50-day m.a. at 4,961.97, while Apple is trickling below $126.00 and eying trendline support at 124.90. Likewise, risk proxy USD-JPY is coming off highs and gold is perking up a bit over $1,180.
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