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June 26, 2015
07:06 EDTMacquarie to hold a conference
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06:58 EDTFutures suggest quiet open
Stock futures are trading right around fair value. There has been no agreement made on the Greek debt situation, with Eurozone leaders scheduled to meet again tomorrow. The lone report on the domestic calendar is the final reading for June on consumer confidence from the University of Michigan. With Greece on hold and the domestic economic calendar quiet, the market may be setting up for a typical slow trading day during the summer.
06:20 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has firmed to near 123.50
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06:03 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for June 26
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05:57 EDTJuly front month equity options last day to trade is July 17, 2015
04:04 EDTWeek of 6/29 Money Supply to be released at 16:30
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04:02 EDTWeek of 7/8 Fed Balance Sheet to be released at 16:30
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02:30 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD has continued to trade in a narrow range
FX Update: EUR-USD has continued to trade in a narrow range, slightly south of 1.1200 during most of the pre-Europe session in Asia. The unresolved Greece situation is deterring activity after hopes for a breakthrough were once again scuttled. Germany's Merkel said that Saturday's Eurogroup meeting will be decisive. EUR-USD resistance is at 1.1234 (Wednesday's peak) and 1.1230 (the 20-day moving average). Supports are at 1.1150-55 and 1.1134-35. Elsewhere, the yen has outperformed as the currency rediscovers its inverse correlation with stock markets, which headed south in Asia, led by steep declines in China. USD-JPY logged a four-day low of 123.22, since settling around 123.42. EUR-JPY also traded heavily, though managed to remain above yesterday's three-week low at 137.66. AUD-JPY posted a one-week low. Japanese May CPI came in at 0.5% y/y, as expected and down from 0.6%, while the June Tokyo measure ebbed to 0.3% y/y from 0.5%. Other data were mixed, with income and PCE firm,, but production falling 0.5% m/m in May. The NZD came under pressure after the RBBZ said the currency was trading at "unjustifiable" levels.
June 25, 2015
16:37 EDTMoney Supply M2 Weekly Change data reported
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16:37 EDTFed Balance Sheet Level data reported
Week of 6/24 Fed Balance Sheet Level at $4.495T
16:24 EDTWeek of 7/3 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 10:30
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16:24 EDTWeek of 7/5 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index to be released at 09:45
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21:41 EDTJobless Claims to be reported at 08:30
Week of 7/4 Jobless Claims will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 276K
14:55 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:40 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries remain slightly weaker
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields eased from highs
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12:45 EDTTreasury 7-year auction preview:
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12:20 EDTFX Action: The dollar has seen limited direction today
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11:50 EDTAtlanta Fed's GDPNow was raised to 2.1%
Atlanta Fed's GDPNow was raised to 2.1% up from 2.0% on Tuesday, following final Q1 GDP yesterday and personal income today. That continues to close the gap with the consensus of Blue Chip Economists near 2.7%. As the report notes, "The nowcast for second-quarter real consumption growth ticked up from 2.9 percent to 3.0 percent following yesterday's GDP release from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and this morning's personal income and outlays release from the same agency."
11:40 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are in the red
Euro$ interest rate futures are in the red attempting to keep up with the swings on bonds and bunds as the Greek deal continues to get batted back and forth. Firmer personal income and spending, along with tame jobless claims are keeping a September Fed hike on the docket, while 7-year supply also looms. WSJ Fedswatcher Hilsenrath also is hyping the June jobs, FOMC minutes and Yellen semi-annual testimony in early July as likely markers for a subsequent rate hike. The December 2015 contract is 1-ticks lower near 99.435, implying a 0.57% 3-month rate compared to 0.55% late Wednesday after the equity slump, while the deferreds are up to 7-ticks lower out the back-end.
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