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February 12, 2016
09:50 EDTOil prices rise, equities open higher
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09:50 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview
U.S. Business Inventories Preview: December business inventories are forecast to reveal a 0.1% (median 0.1%) climb for inventories on the month accompanied by a big 0.7% drop in shipments. This follows November figures of -0.2% for both inventories and shipments. Data in line with this forecast would allow the I/S ratio to tick up 1.39 after two months at 1.38. The already released factory goods data for December had inventories up 0.2% with shipments down 1.4%.
09:50 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
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09:30 EDTFedspeak is due from NY Fed dove Dudley
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09:30 EDTU.S. trade prices revealed less import price weakness than expected
U.S. trade prices revealed less import price weakness than expected in January, but with big export price declines, while core prices fell by less than expected in January thanks to a concentration of price weakness in the energy and food components. Trade prices face headwinds from an historic drop in oil prices, a rising dollar, a global growth slowdown, an inventory overhang that is depressing prices, and a shifting supply-demand dynamic in the global petroleum industry that has whacked the factory sector. Petroleum import prices have fallen 47.6% over the last seven months, after an 18.8% four-month rise through June but a prior 50.2% eight-month drop through February of 2014. Agricultural export prices have posted a 14.5% drop since November of 2014 due to the surging dollar and weak global economy. Core prices fell by just 0.1% for exports and 0.2% for imports in January, which was more firm than expected, though it's noteworthy that core prices haven't increased since July of 2014 for exports and May of 2014 for imports.
09:15 EDTU.S. equities are on firmer footing
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09:10 EDTU.S. retail sales modestly beat estimates
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09:00 EDTFX Action: The dollar perked up
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08:53 EDTFutures continue to point to higher open for equities
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08:50 EDTU.S. January import prices dropped 1.1%, while export prices fell 0.8%
U.S. January import prices dropped 1.1%, while export prices fell 0.8%. December's 1.2% import price decline was bumped up to -1.1%, while the 1.1% export price slide was not revised. On an annual basis, import prices are down 6.2% y/y versus -8.1% y/y previously, while export prices are down 5.7% y/y. Petroleum led the weakness in import prices, falling another 13.4% after December's 9.2% slide (revised from -10.0%). Excluding petroleum, import prices slipped 0.2%. There was also weakness in industrial supplies (-5.4%) and capital goods (-0.2%). Food, beverage import prices edged up 0.6%. Import prices with Canada plunged another 2.8% after December's 2.6% drop. As for export prices, weakness was broadbased with declines in industrial supplies (-2.0), foods (-1.6%), and agriculture (-1.1%).
08:45 EDTU.S. retail sales rose 0.2% in January, and were up 0.1% excluding autos
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields ticked higher
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08:30 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude recovered
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08:20 EDTU.S. Retail Sales Preview
U.S. Retail Sales Preview: January retail sales should reveal a 0.1% (median 0.1%) headline increase for the month while the ex-autos aggregate remains unchanged. This comes on the heels of a 0.1% decline in both of these measures in December. Despite an increase in January auto sales, the retail sales data faces numerous downside risks including weaker chain store sales and softer construction employment data which analysts discussed in Monday's commentary.
08:20 EDTU.S. Import and Export Prices Preview:
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08:15 EDTFed funds opened at 0.38%
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07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasury yields are a little higher
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasury yields are a little higher, in tandem with in core sovereign rates, as safe haven flows are unwound. The 10-year yield tested 1.71% though has edged back to 1.69%. U.S. equity futures are on the mend amid a rebound in European bourses and a better than 4% jump in WTI crude prices. Italy's MIB index is leading the gains, up over 2.8%. There weren't any surprises in data which showed Eurozone and German Q4 GDP rising 0.3% q/q. Today's calendar heats up and will be a focal point again now that Yellen is out of the way, and as the Treasury has completed its $62 B February refunding auctions. January retail sales headline. There's also January trade prices, December business inventories and preliminary February consumer sentiment. Earnings season continues with quarterly results from Calpine, Essent Group, ITT, LifePoint Health, and Ventas. U.S. markets will be on holiday Monday.
07:03 EDTVelocity Share VIX Short Term ETN VIIX at 40.35, 50-day moving average of 30.94
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06:55 EDTCBOE/CBOT 10-year U.S. Treasury Note Volatility Index TYVIX at two-year high
CBOE/CBOT 10-year U.S. Treasury Note Volatility Index (TYVIX) at 7.65
06:53 EDTCBOE Crude Oil Volatility Index OVX at 77.79, highest closing level since 2009
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