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September 2, 2015
15:07 EDTWeek of 9/11 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
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15:07 EDTWeek of 9/11 MBA Mortgage Applications to be released at 07:00
15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary (Sep 2):
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14:15 EDTFed's Beige Book regional economic survey
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14:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar perked up briefly
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14:01 EDTBeige Book says economic activity continued expanding across most regions
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13:35 EDTU.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview:
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13:30 EDTU.S. Trade Deficit Preview
U.S. Trade Deficit Preview: July trade data is out Thursday and analysts expect the trade deficit for the month to improve to -$42.0 B (median -$42 B) from -$43.8 B in June. Exports are expected to remain unchanged following a 0.1% decline in June and imports are seen falling 0.8% after a 1.2% increase in June. Oil prices continued falling in July which could lead to distortions in the release.
13:30 EDTU.S. Initial Jobless Claims Preview
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13:30 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX is trading back over $45
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13:15 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY apparently received all the benefit
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12:40 EDTFed's Beige Book regional economic survey
Fed's Beige Book regional economic survey should tick the boxes on modest-moderate economic expansion, with consumer spending variable, while lower energy prices and energy-related CAPEX may impact spending in energy producing regions. That could leave manufacturing activity mixed, though real estate and lending trends remain positive. The caveats to the brighter employment picture could be similar -- as layoffs mount in the oil sector, while wage gains are likely to be muted outside of high demand for skilled jobs. The report at 14 ET will give those participating in the September 16-17 FOMC meeting something to chew on.
11:45 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility eased below 30.0
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11:30 EDTA Solid August U.S. Treasury Receipt Rise
A Solid August U.S. Treasury Receipt Rise Daily Treasury data imply a 7% y/y August receipt rise that translates to an estimated 6% climb for Q3 overall, led by a 17% y/y August increase in daily individual withheld receipts. Analysts expect a 7.6% y/y increase for FY15 receipts that matches the most recent CBO assumption. An assumed 11% y/y August outlay drop that reflects a $43 B calendar hit translates to an $80 B monthly deficit, and an estimated $426 B FY15 gap that matches the CBO FY15 forecast and beats the $483 B deficit in FY14.
11:00 EDTU.S. and Canadian equities are rolling over again
U.S. and Canadian equities are rolling over again after their opening bounce ran out of steam and some of the fresh bearish pressure appears to be tranfering from the oil sector after crude dropped back to $44 bbl on a chunky EIA build on top of the API build reported overnight. The relief in the sector after this week's short-covering swing has quickly evaporated and stocks are rapidly back-peddling. Note, the commodity-sensitive Toronto S&P/TSX is leading the way into the red, while U.S. indices are now about at half-mast -- up about 0.5% for the moment. Indeed, within the Dow Chevron is the deepest decliner at -0.3%.
10:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD rallied to session highs
FX Action: USD-CAD rallied to session highs of 1.3304 after the EIA inventory data, which saw oil prices drop over $1/bbl to under $43.90. Resistance comes at Monday's 1.3327 peak, and above there, the trend highs in late August at 1.3350-55 comes into focus.
10:40 EDTEnergy Action: Front month NYMEX crude fell
Energy Action: Front month NYMEX crude fell to $44.19 from near $45.20 following the EIA inventory data which showed a 4.7 M bbl rise/fall in crude stocks. The street had been expecting a flat reading. Meanwhile, gasoline supplies, seen down 1.5 M bbls actually rose 300k bbls, while distillate stocks were up 300k bbls, versus expectations for a 1.0 M bbl rise. Refinery usage fell to 92.8% from 94.5%. Elsewhere, gasoline futures fell to N.Y. session lows under $1.39/gallon, from over $1.42.
10:35 EDTU.S. factory goods orders undershot assumptions
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10:30 EDTCrude inventories for week of August 28
Crude oil inventories 4.67M build vs. consensus of 900K build. Gasoline inventories 271K draw vs. consensus of 2.0M draw. Distillates 115K build vs. consensus of 1.0M build.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields drifted below highs
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