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October 21, 2014
08:45 EDToil Action: NYMEX crude is trading at $83.05/bbl,
oil Action: NYMEX crude is trading at $83.05/bbl, up marginally, after trading between $82.74 and $83.45 overnight. Firmer China demand helped support prices, while better than forecast growth and production data from the country improved the demand outlook. The market remains oversupplied overall however, and sources look for further selling into additional strength.
08:35 EDTU.S. equities were pulled higher
U.S. equities were pulled higher by a solid rally on European stocks after a Reuters article that the ECB could spread its asset purchases to corporate bonds by the New Year. Also the strong results on Apple after the close kick-started the ongoing rebound in tech sector stocks, along with solid earnings on Texas Instruments. The Dow is 52-points firmer, S&P gained 9-points and NASDAQ rallied 29-points in pre-open action. This followed a bumpy ride on Asian shares after the Nikkei -2.03% gave back half of its previous day's windfall made on the back of GPIF investment hopes, while the Shanghai Comp settled -0.72% lower after a decent run of monthly Chinese data reduced stimulus hopes. On the other hand, Europe was quite strong with a 1.1% gain on the Euro Stoxx 50 after the ECB story. Apple climbed over 2% after predicting record upcoming holiday sales following upsized iPhone, revamped iPads and the Apple Pay rollout. Coca-Cola sank over 3% after a miss and plans to cut expenses by $3 B. Up next is the release of existing home sales, seen growing 0.6% to 2.08 M in September.
08:00 EDTU.S. ICSC Goldman Sachs chain store sales index fell 0.3%
U.S. ICSC Goldman Sachs chain store sales index fell 0.3% in the week ended October 18 after declining 0.7% previously. The index has dropped in 4 of the last 6 weeks. Compared to last year, sales slowed to a 2.1% y/y rate from 3.8% y/y previously. Despite the headline dip, electronics, apparel, and discounter stores all saw solid sales, according to the report.
07:55 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are a little lower
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07:23 EDTFDIC to hold a meeting
Board of Directors Meeting is being held at the FDIC Building in Washington, D.C. on October 21 at 10 am. Webcast Link
07:20 EDTBloomberg Government to hold a discussion
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07:19 EDTFDA to hold a workshop on medical devices
Public Workshop: Collaborative Approaches for Medical Devices and Healthcare Cybersecurity will be held at the FDA Silver Spring, Maryland offices on October 21-22 at 8:30 am.
07:10 EDTFutures suggest continued volatility
U.S. equity futures are sharply higher and suggesting another triple digit move for the Dow. The market has been volatile over the past several weeks with triple digit moves the norm over that period. Today’s early move is being attributed to the earnings season kicking into high gear, with better than expected earnings last night from Apple (AAPL) and this morning from Dow components United Technologies (UTX) and Travelers (TRV). Investors will also be watching the report on existing home sales for September, which is due out after the bell.
07:09 EDTRoth Capital to hold symposium
ROTH Solar Symposium & Booth Tours to be held in Las Vegas on October 21-22.
06:47 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for October 21
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05:53 EDTNovember front month equity options last day to trade is November 21, 2014
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02:30 EDTFX Update: The dollar has traded mostly softer
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01:00 EDTJapan's all-industry index dipped 0.1% in August
Japan's all-industry index dipped 0.1% in August after a revised 0.4% Decline in July (was -0.2%). Though the headline decline was less than forecast, the downward revisions leaves the data on the weaker side. Japanese stocks are sharply lower on the day, dropping 250 points to unwind most of yesterday's gains after the GPIF asset allocation news. JPY is firmer.
October 20, 2014
22:50 EDTChina's economic data alleviated growth fears.
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15:20 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: The bond market kept a cool head on Monday, allowing stocks to falter on the IBM earnings miss and reboot ahead of Apple's release after the close. No matter, Treasuries remained largely bid across the spectrum after the early sell-off after Fedspeak of a slightly hawkish tilt from Rosengren and Fisher stirred up the market early on. The ECB kicked off its covered bond purchase program, but peripheral spreads widened out and kept a safety premium in Bunds that spilled over as well. There was little on the economic docket to otherwise steer the price action today.
15:00 EDTTreasury Action: fundamentals are more relevant today
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14:25 EDTNASDAQ is getting bid up
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13:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY remains stuck
FX Action: USD-JPY remains stuck on the bottom of its N.Y. range, trading 106.80-107.00 virtually all session. News that Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund is rising the ratio of domestic stocks to 25% from 12% could result in fewer official yen sales in the coming months, which bigger picture, may weigh some on USD-JPY. The initial reaction overnight was a higher USD-JPY, as domestic markets rallied nearly 4%, though going forward, as retirement fund demand for dollars and euros eases, some USD-JPY support may be removed.
13:15 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the FOMC is still expected to end QE this month
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