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April 6, 2015
16:05 EDT 6-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
16:05 EDT 4-Week Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
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15:15 EDTU.S. Consumer Credit Preview
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14:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are extending declines
Euro$ interest rate futures are extending declines as the rate complex takes a hit across the board with stocks gapping higher on hike delay sentiment, perversely backing out Friday's gains. The June 2015 contract is still flat at 99.69, but the deferreds are now down by as much as 11-ticks out the back-end (triple opening losses of 1-3 ticks). Perhaps the thought is that a steeper trajectory will be required if hikes are deferred, with the long-end of the Treasury curve singing from the same hymn sheet as well.
14:00 EDTStocks hover near session highs in afternoon trading
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13:20 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries have extended declines
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13:10 EDTDetails on phasing out sanctions on Iran
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12:10 EDTTreasury Action: yields are catching up
Treasury Action: yields are catching up with the rebound in stocks as Fed dovishness rises from the ashes of the damp payrolls report, lifting yields along the rate spectrum. The 2-year yield has inched back over 0.49% from post-payrolls lows of 0.472%, but is still some way from highs of 0.544% Friday highs. The 5-year yield is busy filling in gaps to highs of 1.305% compared to "Bad Friday's" 1.355-1.239% range and the 10-year yield climbed back over 1.90% vs 1.906-1.802% on Friday. The cash bond at 2.57% is pacing the move, having eclipsed Friday highs of 2.569% as the bond market reads inflation risks into Fed delay - taking Dudley's higher yield forecast and 2% inflation target at face value. As a consequence, the 2s-10s spread has steepened back over +140 bp from the +137 bp area earlier, while the 5s-30s spread has widened over +126 bp. Seems commodity and energy prices are reflecting this risk-on trade, amplified by still relatively light global holiday liquidity.
12:05 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude has touched $51.74
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11:50 EDT Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester Speech to be released at 13:10
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11:50 EDT Federal Reserve Chair Stanley Fischer Speech to be released at 13:00
11:50 EDT Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Jeffrey Lacker Speech to be released at 19:30
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11:50 EDT St Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard Speech to be released at 09:00
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11:50 EDT New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley Speech to be released at 08:30
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11:50 EDT Federal Reserve Gov. Jerome Powell Speech to be released at 08:00
11:45 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill auction results were generally strong
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11:35 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility sank to 14.46
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11:20 EDTU.S. March Tax Receipt Bounce Still Leaves Anemic Q1:
U.S. March Tax Receipt Bounce Still Leaves Anemic Q1: Daily Treasury data imply a 7% y/y March receipt bounce after weak prior figures to leave an anemic 3% y/y receipt increase for Q1 overall. Individual withheld receipt account for the entire March bounce, with a 12% y/y rise that leaves a 7% y/y Q1 climb overall. An assumed 4% y/y March outlay rise translates to a $33 B monthly deficit, and an estimated $486 B FY15 gap that matches the CBO estimate, following the $483 B FY14 deficit.
11:10 EDTTreasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday
Treasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday, a $10 B reduction from the level over the past few weeks. And it brings the week's supply to $136 B, including the $58 B in coupon auctions, and today's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill offering. Good demand is generally anticipated, though the coupons could be dicey thanks to the richening in yields after the jobs report, though the likely delay in the Fed's rate liftoff should provide some support.
11:07 EDT4-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
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