Treasury announced a $90 B package of coupon offerings for next week Treasury announced a $90 B package of coupon offerings for next week, as expected, including $26 B in 2-year notes (Tuesday), $35 B in 5s (Wednesday), and $29 B in 7s (Thursday). The debt managers also announced a $15 B 2-year FRN (Wednesday), and a $48 B 3- and 6-month bill sale (Monday).
EIA natural gas storage change for week ending July 17 Gas inventories 61 Bcf build vs. consensus of 68 Bcf build.
Treasury Action: yields have simmered down Treasury Action: yields have simmered down after earlier swings on the historic low on claims. The leaders gain was well above low consensus, but below the revised May level. The T-note yield has steadied in the 2.32% area after jumping from 2.30% lows to 2.34% highs.
Leading Indicators data reported June Leading Indicators up 0.6% vs. consensus of 0.2% for the month
U.S. Leading Indicators Preview U.S. Leading Indicators Preview: June leading indicators may reveal a 0.8% (median 0.2%) increase on the heels of two consecutive 0.7% increases. The increase in permits to 1,343k for June from 1,250k should provide much of the boost that analysts expect to the headline.