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November 26, 2014
10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved lower
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10:10 EDTU.S. pending home sales index fell 1.1% to 104.1 in October
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10:10 EDTU.S. new home sales rose 0.7% to 458 in October
U.S. new home sales rose 0.7% to 458 in October after rising 0.4% to 455k in September (revised from 467k). The August gain was revised to 453 from 466k, for a net two month revision of -30k. Regionally, sales were higher in the Northeast and Midwest, but lower in the South and West. The months' supply of homes rose to 5.6 from 5.5 (revised from 5.3). The median sales price rose 16.5% to $305,000 from $261,700 (revised from $259,000). And it's up 15.4% y/y. Though the 458k is the fastest pace of sales since July 2008, the downward revisions to the prior months make for a disappointing trajectory.
10:07 EDTNew Home Sales data reported
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10:07 EDTPending Home Sales Index data reported
October Pending Home Sales Index down -1.1% vs. consensus of 0.6% for the month
10:05 EDTU.S. consumer confidence rose to 88.8 in November
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10:00 EDTU.S. New Home Sales Preview:
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10:00 EDTU.S. Consumer Sentiment Preview:
U.S. Consumer Sentiment Preview: sentiment likely picked up to 90.0 in the final November reading from the University of Michigan survey, versus the bounce to 89.4 in the preliminary print from October's 86.9. The data have reflected a rise in confidence since August. The rally in equities, the improvement in the job market, and lower gas prices should help underpin.
09:58 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index data reported
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09:58 EDTBloomberg Consumer Comfort Index Level data reported
Week of 11/23 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index Level at 40.7
09:55 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI Business Barometer dropped to 60.8 in November
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09:45 EDTThe U.S. durables report proved modestly disappointing
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09:41 EDTEPA proposes tougher air quality standards
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09:40 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD peaked at 1.1297
FX Action: USD-CAD peaked at 1.1297 into the North American open, where it was pushed back by standing offers into the 1,1300 level. The pairing has since touched 1.1245 lows. WTI oil has eased into trend low territory, under $74/bbl, which should limit USD-CAD's downside for now. Initial support is seen into 1.1233, Tuesday's low.
09:37 EDTEarly action suggests another quiet trading day
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09:30 EDTThe 21k U.S. initial claims pop to 313k
The 21k U.S. initial claims pop to 313k in the fourth week of November followed a 1k drop to a slightly boosted 292k (was 291k) in the BLS survey week to leave a big late-month and potentially weather-related climb above the lean 284k BLS survey week reading from October and the particularly tight 266k cycle-low from early October. Claims are averaging 298k in November, following a lower 280k October average but similar prior averages of 294k in September, 303k in August, and 296k in July. The 292k BLS survey week reading exceeds recent BLS readings of 284k in October and 281k in September, but sits below prior readings of 299k in August and 303k in July. Analysts still expect a 215k November payroll rise that nearly matches the 214k October increase. November payrolls face divergent risks, given firmness in early-month readings for claims, producer sentiment and Michigan sentiment, but deteriorating values later in the month as gauged by consumer confidence and the Richmond Fed index that may reflect a weather-hit after the BLS survey week. Analysts had a firm trend for ADP through October, but analysts saw a big October drop in vehicle assemblies that should be followed by only a small November bounce.
09:30 EDTToday's U.S. income report undershot estimates
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09:00 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries extended gains
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08:45 EDTU.S. durable goods orders rebounded 0.4% in October
U.S. durable goods orders rebounded 0.4% in October following a 0.9% decline in September (revised from -1.1%). Transportation orders rose 3.4% after falling 3.3% previously (revised from -3.7%) and a 42.4% drop in August as the 73.3% July surge continues to be unwound. Excluding transportation, orders dropped 0.9% after a 0.2% gain in September (revised from -0.1%). Nondefense capital goods orders excluding aircraft slid 1.3% following a 1.3% drop previously (revised from -1.7%). Shipments inched up 0.1% last month after a 0.3% September gain, but were down 0.1% excluding transportation. Nondefense capital goods shipments excluding aircraft fell 0.4%. Inventories increased 0.5%. The inventory-sales ratio rose to 1.65 from 1.64 (revised down from 1.65). The components of the report are looking soft.
08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar eased slightly
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