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March 20, 2015
15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: It was a friction free session on Friday, with no data and some typically mixed Fedspeak to chew over before the weekend. Doves implied that the post mortem on the FOMC decision was indeed that the rate lift-off could be anytime from June-September, giving stocks and bonds another leg up in the vacuum of quad-witching settlement on Wall Street. Investors weren't frightened off by the super moon eclipse, nor did they abandon their posts for the Vernal Equinox. The FX market remained jumpy, however, as the patience of dollar longs was again tested after Germany's Merkel reiterated that "Grexit" was not a viable option.
14:19 EDTStocks on track to close week with gains
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14:00 EDTEuro$ interest rate options update: bullish put selling
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12:50 EDTFX Action: EUR-USD has busted through the 1.0800 level
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12:45 EDTMuch more on the economy and policy from Fed's Lockhart
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12:35 EDTFed uber-dove Evans said delaying rate lift-off
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11:15 EDTFed's Fisher said the U.S. is the epicenter of world growth
Fed's Fisher said the U.S. is the epicenter of world growth, in comments with Rick Santelli on CNBC. Fisher just retired after 10 years as the president of the Dallas Fed, and had been one of the more ardent hakws on the Committee. He's worried that the equity market is vulnerable to a significant market correction, fearing investors have become "lazy" and too dependent on Fed largess. He agreed the Fed has conditioned the makets, which are "hyper overpriced," while interest rates are abnormally low, as the Fed has injected enormous liquidity in to the system and floated all boats. But he also believes it's wrong to place the weight of the world on Yellen's shoulders. Investors will have to find their own ways to discount an eventual Fed rate hike. He continues to think the Fed should start that process sooner rather than later, and if he were in Yellen's shoes (heels), he's hike rates. But he wouldn't say how close the Committee might be to pushing the button.
11:10 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility gapped lower 2015 lows
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10:55 EDTAtlanta Fed dove Lockhart is concerned about money market funds
Atlanta Fed dove Lockhart is concerned about money market funds that may have the potential to both cause and be hurt by financial instability. He is also keeping a close eye on the "shadow banking sector", which remains opaque and a potential source of contagion, though it may not need to be as closely regulated as banks. Voter Lockhart is speaking on "Banking and Prudential Regulation".
10:03 EDT Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota Speech to be released at 12:20
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10:03 EDTAtlanta Fed Business Inflation Expectations Bus Infl Exp % Yr/Yr data reported
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10:03 EDT Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Dennis Lockhart Speech to be released at 00:00
10:03 EDT Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Jeffrey Lacker Speech to be released at 09:00
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10:03 EDT Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George Speech to be released at 00:00
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10:00 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some vol selling
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09:55 EDTTreasury Action: yields on next week's supply are lower
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09:50 EDTTreasury Action: yields probed lower led by Bunds
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09:40 EDTFX Action: Dollar losses continue
FX Action: Dollar losses continue to rack up, seeing EUR-USD come up just short of the 1.0800 level, with comments from Germany's Merkel on no Grexit, and Greece saying it will stick to agreed plans supporting. Meanwhile, USD-JPY has slipped back under 120.80, after finding solid sellers over 121 overnight. USD-CAD is on session lows under 1.2665, as cable climbs to near 1.4900.
09:32 EDTMarket opens higher on quadruple witching expiration
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09:27 EDTPresident of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to speak on monetary policy
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