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March 30, 2015
11:10 EDT4-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
4-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount at $40.0 B
11:10 EDTTreasury announced a $40 B 4-week bill auction for Tuesday
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10:50 EDTDallas Fed's manufacturing index dropped to -17.4 in March
Dallas Fed's manufacturing index dropped to -17.4 in March, after tumbling to -11.2 in February from -4.4 in January. It's a 3rd straight monthly decline and likely reflects a lot of the negative fallout from the drop in energy prices. Weakness was broad-based. The employment index fell to -1.8 from 1.3, an was as high as 12.0 in August. The wage component slipped to 15.6 from 16.8 previously, and is the lowest since November 2013. It was high as 26.8 in September. The workweek dropped to -5.3 from -1.6. New orders fell to -16.1 after dropping to -12.2 in February from -7.7 previously. Shipments dropped to -8.7 from -3.3. The 6-month business activity index slid to 3.0 from 5.5, having recovered from the -6.4 in January. The 6-month employment index doubled to 18.3 from 9.2, with wages at 34.2 from 37.2, new orders at 31.0 from 25.3, and capital expenditures at 7.5 from 14.0.
10:40 EDTDallas Fed Mfg Survey Bus Activity Index data reported
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10:35 EDTDownside Risk Persists for U.S. Payrolls:
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10:25 EDTU.S. Dallas Fed Preview
U.S. Dallas Fed Preview: The March Dallas Fed is expected to improve to -9.0 from -11.2 in February. Other measures of producer sentiment have weakened in March leading to our expectations for an ISM-adjusted average drop to 51 from 52 in both January and February as analysts discussed in Monday's commentary.
10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields continued to drift lower
Treasury Action: yields continued to drift lower with quarter-end forces prevailing over the firmer round of NAR PHSI data, which was in turn trumped by a shortfall in personal spending. The T-note yield eased from 1.975% highs earlier to probe back below 1.95%. This has continued to keep pressure on the curve, which has narrowed to +137 bp.
10:10 EDTU.S. pending home sales surged 3.1% to 106.9 index level in February
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09:55 EDTU.S. NAR pending home sales index preview:
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09:50 EDTTreasury Action: yields are modestly lower on bullish curve steepeners
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09:50 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some put positioning
Euro$ interest rate options: some put positioning was reported early, including the bullish sale of 10k in Front September 95 puts (5k outright and 5k covered). There was also a bearish purchase of 5k in Green September 78/81 put spreads, as a package with the Front September (covered) and uncovered 95 put sale. Underlying rate futures have been supported since the relatively dovish FOMC statement and the June 2015 is a half-tick higher near 99.67, while the deferreds are roughly a half-tick higher further out.
09:35 EDTMarket opens sharply higher following M&A announcements
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09:25 EDTToday's U.S. income report
Today's U.S. income report revealed firm Q1 personal income figures but disappointing spending data for January and February that left a rapid savings rate climb to a lofty 5.8% in February, as consumers remain oddly reluctant to spend the discretionary income freed up by plunging gasoline prices. The mix sharply lowered GDP growth prospects in Q1, and analysts lowered our Q1 GDP forecast to 1.3% from 1.8%. The downward bump in our Q1 GDP growth forecast after the 2.2% Q4 climb reflected a big downward revision in our Q1 real consumption growth forecast to just 2.0% (was 2.5%) after the 4.4% Q4 pace. Analysts expect 4.5% personal income growth in Q1 with the same 4.5% pace for disposable income, after recent respective mixes of 4.0% (was 4.1%) and 3.2% (was 3.3%) in Q4 and 4.2% and 3.6% in Q3. The benefits to growth from lower gas prices have been slow to materialize, just as other reports show Q1 headwinds from an inventory unwind, a petro-sector contraction, and bad weather.
09:17 EDTFCC to hold a webinar
The FCC’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) is hosting a webinar for state and local governments that is designed to share vital information about Commission actions and priorities and improve federal, state, and local dialogue and information sharing on March 30 at 1 pm. Webcast Link
09:10 EDTU.S. equities are on firmer ground
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09:10 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD posted better than one-week highs
FX Action: USD-CAD posted better than one-week highs of 1.2656 into the North American open, moving higher as oil prices touched session lows. Crude prices have rallied back to $48.50, as USD-CAD now hovers just under 1.2650. Month/quarter end selling from domestic accounts had been noted at the end of last week, though this interest has likely been finished up. Liquidity may become an issue today and tomorrow, and as a result, sharp oil price movements could see some USD-CAD volatility.
09:01 EDTRBC Capital to hold a conference
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08:59 EDTSunTrust REITs analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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08:46 EDTJPMorgan global energy analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields are off highs
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