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January 22, 2015
16:52 EDTWeek of 1/31 Jobless Claims to be released at 08:30
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15:20 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: ECB's Draghi finally shouldered his QE bazooka and pulled the trigger on Thursday after shooting some flak out into the media the day prior that lowered expections to 50 B euro/month in bond purchases compared to the 60 B euro/month target confirmed today. Well played, Mario - the news simultaneously bolstered European stocks and peripherals outperformed and even core bonds jumped on the bandwagen. All else was overshadowed by this historic event, though some reckon that only a program thrice the size of the 1 tln euro plan will achieve the ECB's stated inflation target of 2% in the stated time frame.
14:20 EDTCanada CPI Preview
Canada CPI Preview: Analysts expect CPI, due Friday, to slow to a 1.6% y/y rate in December (median same at 1.6%) from the 2.0% clip in November. CPI is seen falling 0.5% m/m in December (median -0.6%) after the 0.4% drop in November. Another hefty drop in gasoline prices should drive month comparable CPI lower. The BoC's core CPI index is seen falling 0.4% m/m in December, similar to the action seen in past months of December. Annual core CPI growth is expected to expand at a 2.2% y/y rate (median same at 2.2%), up from the 2.1% clip in November but below the 2.3% seen in October. That would, of course, leave the measure above the BoC's 2.0% midpoint. However, an unwinding of transitory factors and slower GDP growth will take it back below 2% this year, providing ample scope for Poloz to make good on his pledge to do more (easing) if conditions deteriorate further.
14:20 EDTCanada Retail Sales Preview
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14:10 EDTBill Gross of Janus: "German 5yr now yields nothing,"
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13:40 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has crossed the 1.2400 mark
FX Action: USD-CAD has crossed the 1.2400 mark for the first time since April of 2009. The high way back then was 1.2715, which becomes the next major upside target. A broadly strong USD along with softer oil prices saw the figure give way, though the breach of the level has prompted some position squaring.
13:35 EDTAverages higher in broad based advance
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13:23 EDTProShares UltraShort Euro volatility elevated as Euro weakens
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13:15 EDTTreasury's $15 B 10-year TIPS auction was better than expected
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13:01 EDTCBOE Euro Currency Volatility Index-EVZ down 14.8% to 11.62
CBOE Euro Currency Volatility Index-EVZ down 14.8% to 11.62; 50 day-moving average is 9.76.
13:00 EDTU.S. equity gains extended after the strong finish in Europe
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12:35 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has recovered from its 117.25 low
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12:13 EDTGlobal X FTSE Greece 20 ETF volatility elevated into national elections
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12:05 EDTTreasury Option Action: some bearish positioning
Treasury Option Action: some bearish positioning came in the form of a purchase of 5k in March 127 puts on 10-year futures earlier, along with some demand for March 126.5 puts as well. March 10s are just 4-ticks lower near 129-10 after rebounding from 128-235 lows to 129-27 highs in the wake of the ECB QEternity.
11:15 EDTTreasury announced a $90 B 3-pronged package of offerings
Treasury announced a $90 B 3-pronged package of offerings, down $1 B versus the December total as the size of the 2-year was trimmed to $26 B versus $27 B previously. So, next week's auctions will include the aforementioned 2-year (Tuesday), a $35 B 5-year (Wednesday), and a $29 B 7-year (Thursday). The debt managers also announced a new $15 B 2-year FRN (Tuesday) and an unchanged $48 B 3- and 6-month bill offering (Monday).
11:02 EDTCrude inventories for week of January 16
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10:50 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude traded to a $46.91 low
Energy Action: NYMEX crude traded to a $46.91 low, after peaking over $49 into the N.Y. open. The decline is attributed to this morning's dollar rally, which occurred following the ECB QE announcement. Sources report fund buying interest under $47 now, which could provide near term support.
10:30 EDTEIA natural gas storage change for week ending January 16
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10:30 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the Fed is expected to reiterates its "patient" approach
Fed Policy Outlook: the Fed is expected to reiterates its "patient" approach to rate normalization in its statement (Wednesday), indicative of an unchanged stance for now. Remember Yellen said in her December press conference that "patient" means no rate hikes "for at least the next couple of meetings." The markets would surely re-price for potential rate liftoff by mid-2015, with some traders likely taking out insurance for an April move as well. Given the ECB's action today, as well as easing moves out of the SNB, the BoC, Denmark, Turkey, India, and others (and the dovish shift from the BoE), it's unlikely the FOMC would want to buck the accommodative trend anytime soon, especially with signs of slowing in global growth and lack of inflationary pressures. It wouldn't be a surprise, either, if the Fed removed "considerable time" since "patient" for all intents and purposes replaced it.
09:55 EDTTreasury Action: the rising tide for bonds from the ECB's QE announcement
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