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December 4, 2014
01:34 EDT FOMC Forecasts to be released at 14:00
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December 3, 2014
17:00 EDTWeek of 12/12 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:50 EDTCanada Ivey PMI Preview
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14:45 EDTMore from Plosser: the market is "too sensitive" in its reaction
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14:19 EDTFed says economy expanded, employment situation improved in many areas
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14:15 EDTFed's Beige Book said the economy continued to expand
Fed's Beige Book said the economy continued to expand, and contacts in many of the 12 Districts remained optimistic. Despite the lack of adverb to generally characterize the pace of growth, the tone of the report was upbeat, as suggested by a lot of recent data, and especially the labor market. "Employment gains were widespread." Those areas singled out included, software and IT, financial firms, manufacturing, construction, and fright transportation, along with leisure and hospitality. Temporary hiring also increased, with gains in temporary-to-permanent transitions. Consumer spending continued to advance. Manufacturing activity generally increased too, along with demand for nonfinancial services. Lending was steady or increased. Energy and mining activity was mostly higher, but lower oil prices were a concern for the industry. Overall price and wage gains remained subdued.
14:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields held steady
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14:05 EDTFed sees price and wage inflation subdued in October, November
Comment from Federal Reserve Beige Book.
14:04 EDTFed says manufacturing activity generally advanced, construction expanded
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14:02 EDTFed Beige Book says employment gains widespread across districts
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14:01 EDTFed says consumer spending continued trending higher in most districts
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13:09 EDTWeek of 12/12 MBA Purchase Applications to be released at 07:00
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13:05 EDTFed hawk Plosser: keeping rates near zero rates is "unprecedented and risky"
Fed hawk Plosser: keeping rates near zero rates is "unprecedented and risky" he said in comments on the economy. The Fed should no longer be operating as if it's still in crisis mode. Taylor-type rules can provide useful guideposts, and suggest rate lift-off should have occurred already, or should occur in the very near future. But he warns about mechanically following rules. He worries that waiting too long will prove disruptive and lead to rapid increases in inflation when the time comes. Real growth should average about 3% next year before settling into a more long term trend around 2.5%. He's encouraged by the strength in the labor market, along with the pick up in consumption, fixed investment, and manufacturing. Meanwhile, he calls the drop in energy prices good news for consumers. And while such will lower price pressures over the near term, inflation should gradually return to the 2% target.
13:00 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: updated flows
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12:45 EDTFed Beige Book preview: look for reiteration of the moderate growth
Fed Beige Book preview: look for reiteration of the moderate growth characterization of the economy that's been in place for over a year. Employment conditions should have continued to improve, as suggested by jobless claims and other data, and with the approach of seasonal hiring. Qualified workers will still be in short supply. Wage and price growth likely remained subdued. A more mixed view is likely to be revealed on spending, though analysts suspect the bias will be to the upside heading into the holiday season as contacts have generally been optimistic about future activity. A slightly more upbeat assessment on the manufacturing sector is likely too given recent ISM and PMI data which have remained at relatively high levels. Tourism may be somewhat limited though, due to the stronger dollar. The nonfinancial service sector probably continued to post a moderate pace of growth, but transportation services should be on the rise with the holiday season, while lower gas prices helped underpin. Construction and real estate activity will likely be slowing into the winter. The report of anecdotal conditions around the 12 Fed Districts shouldn't alter the view that the FOMC will leave rates near zero at least until mid-2015, if not longer.
11:45 EDTPIMCO outflows slowing?
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10:40 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: heavy action in block trade
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10:40 EDTOil Action: Front month NYMEX crude fell to $67.40
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10:30 EDTCrude inventories for week of November 28
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