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October 5, 2015
10:15 EDTU.S. ISM services index dropped 2.1 points to 56.9 in September
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields steadied below highs
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10:01 EDTISM Non-Mfg Index Composite data reported
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09:55 EDTU.S. Markit services PMI dropped to 55.1 in the final September print
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09:55 EDTU.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview
U.S. Non-Manufacturing ISM Preview: The September service sector ISM should reveal a decline to 58.0 (median 57.8) from 59.0 in August. Measures of producer sentiment have been most softer for the month and analysts expect the ISM-adjusted average for September to hold at 51 from August, down from 53 in both June and July.
09:50 EDTThe BoJ is seen more likely to be heading for the QQE spigot
The BoJ is seen more likely to be heading for the QQE spigot, with the latest Bloomberg survey of market economists finding 15 of 36 now expecting a boost to the program at its Oct-30 policy meeting, up from 11 at the previous survey. The latest poll was conducted between Sept-29 and Oct-2, so presumably it will have fallen short of capturing the landscape-changing U.S. jobs report, if not entirely. Only two analysts expect a move at the BoJ's meeting this week, which concludes on Wednesday. Recent data out of Japan have signalled risk of recession, while core CPI dipped back into deflationary territory for the first time two-and-a-half years. A Bloomberg story last Thursday cited people familiar with internal discussions at the BoJ suggesting that policymakers' view recent weak data as being more likely reflective a soft patch rather than a full-blown recession, and therefore are not in favour of more stimulus.
09:46 EDTPMI Services Index Level data reported
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09:45 EDTU.S. Treasury Receipts Stall in September:
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09:44 EDTJPMorgan life sciences analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
Life Science Tools & Diagnostics Analyst Peterson, along with Key Opinion Leader Emily J. Holubowish, MPP/Senior Vice President of Cavarocchi Ruscio Dennis Associates, discuss National Institutes of Health's funding and upcoming legislative budget battles on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on October 5 at 10 am.
09:37 EDTMarket starts week with solid gains
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09:07 EDTProShares Ultra Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF volatility pulls back
ProShares Ultra Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (BIB) October call option implied volatility is at 65 compared to a level of 101 a week ago suggesting decreasing price movement term price movement.
09:00 EDTU.S. equities extended their rally
U.S. equities extended their rally after Asia and Europe piggy-backed the post-payrolls Fed is sidelined for now meme. That propelled the "bad is good" rally overseas and sent stocks higher again stateside as well. Starting in Asia Japan's N-225 gained 1.5% and the HK Hang Seng gained 1.6%, though Chinese stocks remained closed, while in Europe the Euro Stoxx 50 is 3.1% higher. The Dow is up 116-points, S&P climbed 14-points and NASDAQ is 26-points higher in pre-market action. The post-payrolls landscape perversely led to bottom fishing in commodities, helping boost Glencore shares over 12% after last week's carnage. In the U.S. both Chevron and Exxon have rallied over 1%. Up next is ISM services, seen taper in lower. Meanwhile, former Fed Chairman Bernanke is discussing the "Bernanke Put" on CNBC, along with moral hazard surrounding the Lehman bankruptcy.
08:40 EDTTreasury Action: upcoming supply could leave a bearish tint in bonds
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08:20 EDTFedspeak resumes with dovish SF Fed's Williams
Fedspeak resumes with dovish SF Fed's Williams on the economic outlook (Tuesday and Thursday). He's a voter this year and voted with the consensus not to hike rates last month, but has also indicated it may be appropriate to start the normalization process this year. Analysts'll look to see if he changes his tune in the wake of the "Disastrous Jobs Report," since it will be important for December tightening risks with October unlikely now. The hawkish Bullard gives welcome remarks (Thursday). Uber-dove Kocherlakota also gives introductory comments (Thursday). The centrist Lockhart, and dove Evans both speak on the economy and monetary policy (Friday).
08:10 EDTEnergy: NYMEX crude added to Friday's gains
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08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: risk-on trades are weighing slightly on bonds
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07:57 EDTGallup US Consumer Spending Measure level data reported
September Gallup US Consumer Spending Measure level at $88
07:50 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar firmed up some against the yen and euro, as odds for further central bank easing in Japan and the EU appear to be on the rise following softer PMI data. The bad news is good news outlook however, appears to have come to the aid of global equities, as bourses rally following Friday's disappointing U.S. jobs report. which seriously wounded the odds for a 2015 Fed rate hike. The U.S. calendar is light with just September services ISM on tap at 10:00 EDT.
07:31 EDTCredit Suisse macroeconomics analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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07:18 EDTBofa/Merrill to hold a forum
U.S. Power Generation Forum is being held on Sea Island, Georgia on October 4-6.
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