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June 29, 2015
10:50 EDTU.S. Dallas Fed manufacturing index improved to -7.0 in June
U.S. Dallas Fed manufacturing index improved to -7.0 in June after falling to -20.8 in May. This is a 6th consecutive month that the regional index has been in contractionary territory (below zero), which is mainly a function of the recession in the oil sector. The employment component rose to -1.2 from -8.2, with the workweek at -10.7 from -11.6, and wages at 16.4 versus 14.7. New orders edged up to -10.3 from -14.1. Prices paid climbed to 7.4 from -1.7, with prices received at -1.9 versus -8.7. The 6-month index doubled to 8.1 from 4.9, with employment at 16.9 versus 14.1, new orders at 33.9 from 35.3 and prices paid at 19.3 from 21.1.
10:34 EDTDallas Fed Mfg Survey Production Index data reported
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10:30 EDTFX Action: The dollar is softer versus the euro
FX Action: The dollar is softer versus the euro in the wake of the pending home sales miss, though the loss was more reflective of a bout of euro gains, which seems to have been led by a surge in EUR-JPY. EUR-USD gained gain about 30 pips in the latest phase, touching 1.1160, since settling back under 1.1150. The move 'closed the gap' left by the dive seen in early Asia-Pacific time. EUR-JPY rallied by around 50 pips, which USD-JPY rebounded from a dip to 122.82. There's not likely to be too much commitment in the market ahead of key U.S. data this week, and with the Greek situation coming to a head.
10:25 EDTWTI crude tumbled 1.3% to $58.80 bbl
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10:15 EDT San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams Speech to be released at 14:00
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields continue to inch back up
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10:10 EDTU.S. pending home sales rose 0.9% to 112.6 in May
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10:05 EDTU.S. Dallas Fed Index Preview
U.S. Dallas Fed Index Preview: The June Dallas Fed index should reveal a headline improvement to -17.0 from -20.8 last month. Producer sentiment looks poised to rebound in June as the shock from plunging oil prices appears to have diminished as analysts discussed in recent commentary. This should allow the ISM-adjusted average to improve to 52 in June after holding at 51 for two months. For a look at all the measures of producer sentiment check out our page.
09:55 EDTU.S. NAR pending home sales preview:
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09:40 EDTUpside Risk for U.S. June Payrolls:
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09:32 EDTGreek debt breakdown leads to lower open
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09:30 EDTU.S. dollar swap spreads shot wider
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09:23 EDTGreek banks to reopen Thursday, Reuters reports
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08:55 EDTFX Action: The CAD is trading slightly firmer against the USD and EUR
FX Action: The CAD is trading slightly firmer against the USD and EUR, despite sub-expectations IPPI data out of Canada and softer oil prices today. USD-CAD is testing the waters under 1.2350 after retreating from the 1.2360-70 area. The 20-day moving average is at 1.2338 and the European AM low is at 1.2304. This will be an expectations-shaping week with regard to the timing of Fed tightening, which should limit directional bias for now. Canadian April GDP data, meanwhile, due tomorrow is expected to rise 0.1%, which would leave GDP on track to rise 1.0% in Q2 following the Q1 contraction, undershooting the BoC's 1.7% estimate from the April MPR.
08:45 EDTFed's Dudley said a September rate hike is still "very much in play,"
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08:42 EDTBofA/Merrill Brazilian economist holds analyst/industry conference call
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08:35 EDTU.S. equities will open lower
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08:25 EDTFX Update: Dollar majors have settled to steady price action
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07:55 EDTCanada Industrial Product Price Index Preview
Canada Industrial Product Price Index Preview: Analysts expect the IPPI to rise 0.7% m/m in May (median +0.6%) following the 0.9% drop in April. Analysts again have a mixed bag of ingredients for the May IPPI forecast: Gasoline prices jumped 5.5% on a month average basis, the BoC's commodity price index surged 5.5% m/m while the Canadian dollar appreciated versus the USD (on a month average basis). Hence, the forecast risk is mixed, but analysts would lean towards the upside given the run-up in gasoline and commodity prices during the month. The RMPI is seen rising 3.5% in May (median +4.8%) as oil prices were up 9.8% to $59.3/bbl from $54.1/bbl.
07:55 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: bonds are surging on a flight to safety
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