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January 28, 2016
13:30 EDTNY Fed's overnight reverse repo totaled $63.3 B with 43 counterparties
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13:20 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY reacted
FX Action: USD-JPY reacted slightly to the Treasury auction, which saw yields dip. The pairing fell 10 points to 118.70, after bouncing off 119.00 earlier, and putting a floor in at 118.57. All eyes will be on the BoJ policy announcement and press conference tonight. As Japanese incoming data remains decidedly mixed, market pressure for further BoJ easing has been on the rise of late. Analysts expect however, the Bank will remain in wait-and-see mode until March at the earliest, as it hopes for reduced global market volatility, which could see the yen pushed lower, helping the export sector, and bumping up inflation pressures.
13:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields took a dive in the belly
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13:10 EDTTreasury's $29 B 7-year auction results were Strong
Treasury's $29 B 7-year auction results were Strong, with a Capital S and much better than analysts feared. The note stopped through at 1.759% versus 1.781% at the bid deadline. It compares to last month's 2.161% and is the lowest since last January's 1.590%. Bids totaled $76.3 B for a hefty 2.63 cover, better than the 2.34 previously as well as the 2.45 average. Indirect bidders were awarded 69.4% compared to the 47.1% last month and the 54.1% average. Direct bidders took 14.8% versus 14.1% last month, with primary dealers awarded 15.8% from 38.8%.
13:06 EDT7-Yr Note Auction Coupon Rate data reported
7-Yr Note Auction Coupon Rate at 1.750%
13:06 EDT7-Yr Note Auction Total Amount data reported
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13:05 EDTTreasury Option Action: bullish put selling on 5s
Treasury Option Action: bullish put selling on 5s was also noted earlier, including the sale of 6k in March 119.00 puts when March 5s were trading around 120.03. March 5s are current about 1.2-ticks lower near 120-06 compared to their 120-125 to 120-022 range.
13:00 EDTTreasury 7-year auction preview: some unease is creeping into the sale
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12:40 EDTTreasury Option Action: call demand on 10s
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12:20 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility is relatively calm today
U.S. VIX equity volatility is relatively calm today after yesterday's post-FOMC swings, though stocks have been back and forth several times within tighter ranges amid ongoing confusion over oil and policy. The VIX is marginally higher near 23.10 compared to its tame 23.81-22.06 range and that's well inside the 27.22-20.42 band from yesterday. The recent high water mark is 32.09 from last week, which remains the next upside target if the correlated rebound in oil and stocks stalls out again. That VIX high matched the 1,812 low on the S&P 500, which has since recovered, but hasn't yet sustained a bid over 1,900.
11:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD fell to levels last seen on January 5
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11:20 EDTTreasury 7-year auction outlook: the auction should go ok
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11:09 EDT6-Month Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
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11:09 EDT3-Month Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
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11:09 EDT52-Week Bill Announcement CUSIP Number data reported
52-Week Bill Announcement CUSIP Number at 912796JA8
11:09 EDT52-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
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11:01 EDTKansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level data reported
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10:50 EDTToday's U.S. reports
Today's U.S. reports revealed disastrous December durables data that lowered Q4-Q1 prospects for GDP and for Fed tightening at the March FOMC meeting, as the petro-sector downswing is proving more disruptive for the factory sector han indicated by previously available vehicle, aircraft, and defense spending figures. Durable orders plunged 5.1% overall and 1.2% ex-transportation in December, while shipments of equipment fell by an enormous 6.6% due to an aircraft shortfall, alongside a 2.2% overall shipments drop. Analysts also saw a 16k initial claims drop to 278k in the week of the MLK holiday that trimmed the troublesome claims uptrend since November, and analysts left our January nonfarm payroll estimate at 200k, though analysts'll need a few weeks of post-holiday claims data to determine if the pace of labor market improvement is diminishing. Analysts also saw a 0.1% December pending home sales rise, which was weaker than expected but still not nearly as ugly as the durables data. Analysts now expect GDP growth of just 1.0% (was 1.3%) in Q4 and 1.8% (was 2.0%) in Q1, and analysts pushed back our Fed tightening assumption to June.
10:50 EDTU.S. equities have now reversed lower
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10:40 EDTAtlanta Fed's Q4 GDPNow estimate was boosted back to 1.0%
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