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January 12, 2015
14:56 EDTCBOE Crude Oil Volatility Index up 4.9% to $52.54
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14:05 EDTStocks lower in broad based decline
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13:50 EDTMore from Lockhart: low long-term bond rates
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: short-yields eased with the solid 3-year auction
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13:10 EDTTreasury's $24 B 3-year sale was very well received
Treasury's $24 B 3-year sale was very well received, getting solid sponsorship from indirect bidders, as expected. The note was awarded at 0.926%, the lowest rate of the session, and through the 0.935% at the bid deadline. There were $79.9 B in bids for a 3.33 cover, which is a little better than both December's 3.24 and the 3.29 average. Indirect bidders took 45.8%, also above the 37.8% previously and the 33.4% average. Direct bidders took 14.8% compared to 15.2%, and primary dealers accepted 39.4% versus 47.0%.
12:45 EDTAtlanta Fed dove Lockhart: the economy is "hitting on all cylinders"
Atlanta Fed dove Lockhart: the economy is "hitting on all cylinders" and setting the stage for a mid-year interest rate hike, though weak inflation remains a concern. But current inflation data is clouded by the "noise" of energy prices, which is complicating the Fed's rate decision. The most serious risk is weak global growth, while low oil prices are ultimately a net benefit for the U.S economy. This is mostly in line with his comments following Friday's payrolls report, though the headlines may appear a little more bullish on the economy.
12:45 EDTTreasury 3-year auction preview
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12:00 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill results were solid
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12:00 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY held above the overnight low of 118.09
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11:15 EDTTreasury announced a $30 B 4-week bill auction for Tuesday
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11:04 EDT4-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount data reported
4-Week Bill Announcement Offering Amount at $30.0 B
11:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: after a slow start to the week
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10:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD continues to climb
FX Action: USD-CAD continues to climb, peaking so far at 1.1931, as WTI crude dives nearly 5%, crossing under $46/bbl, touching a $45.96 low so far. The 1.1953 level, representing May, 2009 highs is the next USD-CAD upside target.
10:40 EDTEuro interest rate options: mixed positioning
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10:24 EDTBofA/Merrill airlines/aerospace analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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10:20 EDTFed's LMCI rose 6.1 points in December
Fed's LMCI rose 6.1 points in December, with November revised up to a 5.5 point increase versus a 2.9 gain previously. The improvement is consistent with the data seen in the jobs report (including the upward revisions to payrolls), as well as other labor market indicators for December, including private payrolls and jobless claims.
10:10 EDTA Gasoline Headwind for December U.S. Retail Sales:
A Gasoline Headwind for December U.S. Retail Sales: U.S. chain store sales strengthened through the holidays, and consumer confidence rose, as households scurried to redeploy some of the discretionary income freed up by hefty gasoline price declines. Yet, the price drop will be a net negative for nominal December headline and ex-auto retail sales on net, and the headline figure may face an additional hit from a December drop in vehicle sales.
10:05 EDTStocks follow oil lower to begin week
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09:55 EDTFed's LMCI is due at the top of the hour
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09:40 EDTBoC Outlook Survey Preview
BoC Outlook Survey Preview: The winter outlook survey (10:30 ET) is expected to reveal a weaker outlook as growth moderated following the upbeat Q2 and Q3 performance and oil/commodity prices plummeted. The balance of opinion on future sales is projected to pullback to 33.0 in Q4, but only after improvement to 35.0 in Q3, which was the best reading since Q1 2012. The risk is to the downside for this indicator, with a return to the mid 20.0 not out of the question. Inflation expectations should remain concentrated in BoC's 1-3% band, although projections may drift to the lower half of the band. Pressures on capacity could nudge lower Q4 as the pace of GDP moderated in the quarter, remaining consistent with an environment of spare capacity. Overall, the outlook survey should support a patient and constructive tone at the January 21 announcement and Monetary Policy Report.
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