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August 15, 2014
10:10 EDTU.S. consumer confidence fell 2.6 points to 79.2 in the preliminary August
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10:10 EDTTreasury Action: soft U. Michigan boosted prices
Treasury Action: soft U. Michigan boosted prices on Treasuries and futures, while lowering the boom on yields again to knock the T-note below 2.38% to session lows and still eying 2.349% Aug-8 lows. Yet stocks have opened higher and continue to rejoice on the Fed policy implications ahead of Yellen's Jackson Hole keynote address next week, along with the perception of lower risk in the Mid-East and Ukraine however tenuous. Yet, bearish put demand on the options front has been noted at the long-end.
10:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: some bearish positioning at the long-end
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09:55 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
U.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview: The first release on Michigan Sentiment should reveal a headline increase to 82.0 (median 81.5) after the July dip to 81.8. The secondary measures of confidence for the month were mixed with the RBC-CASH Index rising to 51.5 from 50.5 and the IBD/TIPP declining to 44.5 from 45.6.
09:50 EDTThe 0.4% July U.S. industrial production rise matched our estimate
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09:40 EDTFed Policy Outlook: today's reports don't really give fresh ammo to FOMC hawks
Fed Policy Outlook: today's reports don't really give fresh ammo to FOMC hawks and should allow Chair Yellen the opportunity to buddy with ECB's Draghi and sustain a dovish tone at next week's Jackson Hole central banker conference. The data are consistent with the moderate improvement in the labor market and in manufacturing, but nothing quite so rip-roaring that indicate policy has to be firmed sooner rather than later. The tame PPI readings won't really worry the doves either. The FOMC Minutes (Wednesday) will be a little more mixed as hawks will have some say, though the worry over the continued slack in the labor market revealed in the policy statement should overshadow.
09:33 EDTOptions expiration may overshadow economic data
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09:31 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:30 EDTU.S. industrial production increased 0.4% in July
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09:30 EDTFX Action: The dollar perked up slightly
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09:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields edged up from
Treasury Action: yields edged up from lows following the slightly firmer tone to the industrial production print, which came in above expectations, along with the earlier surge in TIC outflows. The 10-year yield backed away from a retest of 2.349% August 8 lows and is eying the 2.40% level again. The 2s-10s spread also rebounded to +197 bp.
09:25 EDTU.S. industrial production increased 0.4% in July
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09:20 EDTU.S. Empire State manufacturing index dropped 10.91 points to 14.69 in August
U.S. Empire State manufacturing index dropped 10.91 points to 14.69 in August after jumping 6.32 points to 25.60 in July (the latter was the highest since early 2010). The employment component fell to 13.64 from 17.05 previously. But the workweek rose to 7.95 from 2.27. New orders slid to 14.14 from 18.77. Prices paid rose to 27.27 from 25.00, with prices received at 7.95 from 6.82. The 6-month business conditions index surged to 46.76 after falling to 28.47 in July. The 6-month employment index rose to 22.73 from 17.05, with capital expenditures doubling to 18.18 versus 9.09, and prices paid at 42.05 from 37.50.
09:20 EDTU.S. PPI inched up 0.1% in July with the core rate up 0.2%
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09:16 EDTCredit Suisse healthcare analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:15 EDTU.S. Industrial Production Preview
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09:15 EDTU.S. TIC data showed foreigners dumped $153.5 B in total U.S. assets in July
U.S. TIC data showed foreigners dumped $153.5 B in total U.S. assets in July after buying a revised $33.1 B in June (was $35.5 B). Net liquidations totaled $18.7 B, unwinding the $18.6 B in June purchases (revised from $19.4 B). Overseas accounts sold $20.8 B in Treasury coupons compared to June's $25.0 B in purchases. They shed $3.6 B in corporates too, while buying $3.4 B in agency bonds and $2.6 B in stocks. The Netherlands was the biggest buyer of Treasury coupons with $5.7 B, followed by Germany's $5.2 B and Taiwan's $5.0 B and Ireland's $5.0 B. The U.K. was the largest seller of Treasury coupons with -$6.2 B, followed by Thailand's -$4.2 B and -$2.6 B from the Caribbean.
09:15 EDTU.S. equities largely sustained gains
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09:05 EDTThe 0.1% U.S. July PPI rise
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09:00 EDTTreasury International Capital Foreign Demand for Long-Term U.S. Securities data reported
June Treasury International Capital Foreign Demand for Long-Term U.S. Securities at -$30.2B
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