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July 22, 2014
10:45 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: a variety of trades
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10:40 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved marginally higher
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10:20 EDTU.S. Richmond Fed's manufacturing index rose 3 points to 7 in July
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10:20 EDTU.S. existing home sales beat estimates
U.S. existing home sales beat estimates with a 2.6% June rise to a 5.04 M rate after a slightly-revised 4.91 (was 4.89) M rate in May and 4.66 M April clip to leave a small Q2 rebound from depressed Q1 rates of 4.59-4.62 M. The Q2 sales rise still leaves a disappointing 2014 performance, as June sales are 6.3% below the 5.380 M recent-peak in July of last year, before the Fed's taper-talk and rising mortgage rates took their toll. Median prices have held up better, given a 5.3% June rise to a new cycle-high that leaves that gauge 4.3% above the prior cycle-high from last June, though a shift in the mix of sales likely accounts for median price gain. Analysts have cyclical gains of just 46% for existing home sales and 36% for pending home sales, versus larger cyclical gains of 87% for new home sales, 87% for housing starts, and 88% for permits. Analysts expect GDP growth of 2.5% in Q2 and 3.5% in Q3, after the hefty 2.9% Q1 plunge, with residential construction growth of 3% in Q2 and 7% in Q3, after declines in the prior two quarters of 4.2% in Q1 and 7.9% in Q4 of last year.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields rebounded from lows
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10:10 EDTU.S. existing home sales rose 2.6% to 5.04 M in June
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10:01 EDTExisting Home Sales data reported
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10:00 EDTTreasury Action: TIPS are underperforming after the CPI report
Treasury Action: TIPS are underperforming after the CPI report. Though the FOMC is more interested in PCE, the slowdown in the annual core rate for May to a 1.9% y/y pace from 2.0% saw TIPS yields edge a tad higher, with the shorter maturities posting the biggest losses. The 5-year breakeven has narrowed to 201 basis points before inching back out slightly to 202 basis points. The spread gapped out to beyond 210 basis points, the widest in over a year, after core CPI accelerated to a 2.0% y/y rate, the highest in a year.
09:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD firmed up toward 10760
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09:45 EDTU.S. Existing Home Sales Preview
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09:45 EDTU.S. Richmond Fed Index
U.S. Richmond Fed Index: The July Richmond Fed index is forecast to increase to 5.0 from 3.0 in June. Producer sentiment is expected to improve across the board as the various releases benefit from firm truck production and aircraft orders for the month as analysts discussed in yesterday's commentary.
09:39 EDTAverages higher in early going, Dow lags as Coke, McDonald's weigh
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09:15 EDTU.S. FHFA home price index rose 0.4% to 212.4 in May
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09:15 EDTThe 0.3% U.S. CPI June headline rise
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08:55 EDTU.S. FHFA home price index preview:
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08:50 EDTU.S. equities extended their rebound
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar initially slipped back
FX Action: The dollar initially slipped back a bit after the in-line headline CPI print, but slightly cooler core outcome, before turning higher once again. EUR-USD first moved toward 1.3495 from 1.3480, though was quickly slammed to new 2014 lows if 1.3460. USD-JPY meanwhile, dipped to 101.48, from 101.55 before rallying to intra day highs of 101.60.
08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields dipped on the CPI reading
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08:40 EDTU.S. CPI rose 0.3% in June with the core rate up 0.1%
U.S. CPI rose 0.3% in June with the core rate up 0.1%. This follows a 0.4% headline surge in May and a 0.3% increase in the ex-food and energy component. Compared to last year, consumer prices are up 2.1%, the same as the prior reading; the core rate slowed slightly to 1.9% from the prior 2.0%. Energy costs climbed 1.6% last month. Food/beverage prices were flat. Housing costs inched up 0.1% with the owners' equivalent rent measure for residences up 0.2%. Transportation prices rose 1.0%, w hile apparel rose 0.5%. Medical care costs edged up 0.1%. Other goods and services were up 0.2%, though imbedded in that was a 1.0% jump in tobacco. The mix of data with the headline a little hotter than forecast, and the core rate a little cooler, shouldn't give much direction to the markets.
08:35 EDTFutures continue to suggest market bounce at open
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