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April 15, 2014
07:39 EDTBoston Security Analysts Society to hold a discussion
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07:38 EDTFederal Reserve Chairperson Yellen provides opening remarks at conference
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07:35 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: EUR-USD made its way briefly to near 1.3790 in London trade, as USD-JPY was supported over 101.70, though still unable to crack the 102.00 level. USD-CAD meanwhile, touched 1.1000 highs, Overall, trade was light. The U.S. calendar will reveal March CPI and the April N.Y. Fed index, both at 8:30 EDT. followed by February TIC flow data at 9:00 EDT. The April NAHB housing market index is due at 10:00 EDT. U.S. equity futures are modestly higher, while Treasury yields are little changed.
07:29 EDTGlobal Pacific & Partners to hold a conference
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07:27 EDTJPMorgan to hold a conference
Australian Emerging Companies Conference is being held in Melbourne, Australia on April 15-16.
07:21 EDTFutures suggest market will extend advance
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07:05 EDTFX Update
FX Update: EUR-USD managed to edge out a fresh six-day low of 1.3790 in a move triggered by a sub-expectations German ZEW sentiment outcome, though this was offset by forecast-beating trade figures and the euro settled back on the north side of 1.3800. Elsewhere, sterling quickly recovered from a post-CPI dive, with Cable returning to levels around 1.6730 after a brief dive to 1.6708. A new cycle low of 1.6% y/y in U.K. CPI hadn't been entirely expected. However, Cable ran into a cluster of good buy orders ahead of 1.6700, and there are also expectations for a solid labour market report tomorrow, which should see unemployment dip back to 7.1% and confirm the first positive rate in real average household incomes. AUD settled moderately lower following the release of the RBA minutes to the April policy review, which noted that the AUD was still high by historical standards and that the exchange rate will be less supportive of the economy than before, although the overall tone was quite positive and said that interest rates would remain steady for a prolonged period. Some commentaries also attributed the Aussie's softening to a liquidity draining operation in China today, in addition to China's credit report. AUD-USD dipped to 0.9385 from the 0.9420 area, but remained above yesterday's 0.9376 low.
05:59 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for April 15
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April 14, 2014
17:12 EDTMarch Pending Home Sales Index to be released at 10:00
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15:15 EDTU.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Preview
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15:10 EDTU.S. CPI Preview
U.S. CPI Preview: The March overall-CPI is expected to rise 0.3% (median 0.1%), while the core index rises 0.1% (median 0.1%). Analysts've seen a strong round of March inflationary data thus far, as trade prices rose a surprising 0.8% for exports and 0.6% for import prices, alongside a 0.5% PPI headline rise with a 0.6% core surge.
15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: A spring thaw on retail sales and better than expected topline earnings on Citi initially bought some time for Wall Street, but the trap door of risk opened back up and and this capped stocks and yields over the course of the Monday session. More dovish jawboning from the ECB helped keep a lid on the euro, along with brighter U.S. data and rising tensions over Russia's creeping annexation of Eastern Ukraine. Option activity from shorter euro$s to longer-bond futures was mostly played from the bearish side, though fairly mixed overall.
14:50 EDTCanada Manufacturing Preview
Canada Manufacturing Preview: Analysts expect manufacturing shipments, due Tuesday, to rise 1.0% in February (median same). There is some downside risk to our estimate, as weather was still harsh in February, especially in the U.S. (which is the destination for many of Canada's manufactured goods). But industrial production in the U.S. improved in February. And the 3.6% surge in February exports is supportive of our manufacturing projection. This is the first industry level report that informs the outlook of February GDP. A solid gain would be suggestive of continued expansion in Canada's economy after the 0.5% rebound in January GDP. Analysts expect a 0.2% rise in February GDP.
14:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: hefty put positioning
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14:01 EDTAverages higher but off best levels
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14:00 EDTU.S. equities are attempting to hold gains
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13:15 EDTTreasury Option Action: a mixed bag on 5-year positioning
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12:40 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: offerings are light
U.S. corporate bond update: offerings are light to begin the holiday abbreviated period after the $25 B sold last week was the most in four weeks. Bank of East Asia has a $750 M 3-year, looking to price at +165 bps. Kimco Realty is offering $500 M in 7-year notes (just upped from $350 M) at +105 bps. There is a benchmark 3- and 5-year deal from KT Corp, with guidance at +105 bps and +115 bps, respectively.
12:30 EDTTreasury Option Action: mostly defensive positioning
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11:55 EDTTreasury's $48 B bill auction was well sponsored
Treasury's $48 B bill auction was well sponsored, though results weren't quite as strong as recent prior stats. The $25 B 3-month bill stopped at 0.035%, right on the screws, and slightly cheaper than last week's 0.03%. Bids totaled $114.3 B for a 4.59 cover, down from last week's 4.88 and but fractionally better than the 4.51 average. Indirect bidders took 19.5%, better than the prior 16.2% and the 18.9% average. The $23 B 6-month bill was awarded at 0.05%, a little richer than the 0.055% at the bid deadline. Bids totaled $113.1 B for a 4.96 cover, below the prior 5.35 cover and the 4.74 average. Indirect bidders were awarded 35.6%, down from 42.7% previously, but a little better than the 33.2% average.
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