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April 28, 2015
14:05 EDTAverages holding onto slight gains in afternoon trade
Stocks continue to drift in positive ground, as they have since about noon, with the Dow leading the way. The gains are moderate, but are being helped by solid earnings reports from some of the country's largest corporations. Advancing stocks are ahead of declining stocks by about 3:2 while up volume is also ahead of down volume.
13:55 EDTTreasury Option Action: a smattering of mixed flows
Treasury Option Action: a smattering of mixed flows was the rule earlier in the 10-year area, compared to more bearish positioning in 5s ahead of the auction there. Among them were bearish buyers of 2k in June 128/127 put spreads, 2.5k in June 128 puts and 2k in week-1 128.5 puts. Also bearish were sales of 3k in June 129.5 calls and 1k in June 129.5 calls. On the bullish side were buyers of 2k in July 135.5 calls, 1k in June 130.5/131.5 call spreads and a seller of 1k In July 128.5/126.5 put spreads. June 10s are 12-ticks lower near 128-30 compared to a session range of 129-13 to 128-285.
13:50 EDTCanada Industrial Product Price Index Preview
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13:25 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY sold off to match Monday's low of 118.78
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13:15 EDTTreasury's $35 B 5-year note auction was solid
Treasury's $35 B 5-year note auction was solid, though a concession was needed. Indirect bidders again carried the sale. The auction stopped through at 1.380% versus 1.395% at the bid deadline (and it compares to last month's 1.387%). There were $89.4 B in bids for a 2.56 cover, better than last month's 2.35 but a little below the 2.62 average. Indirect bidders were awarded a strong 61.2% compared to March's 55.7% and the 54.1% average. It's the highest since November. Direct bidders accepted 5.6% versus 4.7% in March, while primary dealers were awarded 33.2% compared to 39.6% last month.
13:15 EDTTreasury Action: 5-year yields reversed lower
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13:15 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the Fed began its meeting
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13:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: some bearish positioning
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12:50 EDTTreasury 5-year auction preview: the auction could be sloppy
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12:25 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: supply continues to pressure Treasuries
U.S. corporate bond update: supply continues to pressure Treasuries as the corporate calendar builds to challenge the government's $208 B in bill and coupon offerings. Oracle highlights with a 6-pronged sale of mostly longer dated debt, including 7-, 10-, 15-, 20-, 30-, and 40-year maturities. The book is reportedly over $18 B, however, so it won't be a problem in general. Also, Amgen is selling 5-, 7-, 10-, and 30-year debt. Cnooc has a mere 3-parter with 5s, 10s, and 30s. And, Lamar Funding is offering benchmark sized 10-year notes.
12:15 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are mostly lower
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12:00 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD posted fresh three-month lows
FX Action: USD-CAD posted fresh three-month lows of 1.2021, after running into solid resistance at 1.2100 earlier. Option and fund accounts selling was noted from the highs. The 150-day moving average, currently at 1.2018 may provide some support, as will noted corporate bids into the 1.2000 level.
11:45 EDTTreasury's bill auction results were very strong
Treasury's bill auction results were very strong. Perhaps all the market machinations and global risks prompted some flight into the bills. The $25 B 52-week offering stopped at 0.245%, just inside the 0.25% at the bid deadline, and a tad richer than the award rates from March. Bids totaled $102.2 B for a 4.11 cover, up from 3.71 at the prior auction, and the 3.94 average. In fact, it's the highest since July. Indirect bidders were awarded a large 47.0%, in line with the amounts over recent months. The $30 B 4-week bill was awarded at 0.0%, through the 0.010% at the bid deadline and below the 0.0150% for the last three weeks. There were nearly $126.5 B in bids for a 4.25 cover, much better than the 4.01 last week and the 3.74 average. It's the highest since October 2014.
11:40 EDTEmerging Asian Central Banks to Maintain or Increase Accommodation:
Emerging Asian Central Banks to Maintain or Increase Accommodation: Emerging Asia's central banks have shifted to even easier stances or held steady amid slower growth and elevated uncertainty in the region. Against this backdrop, the outlook is for either additional accommodation or steady policy through this year. Yet strength of the U.S. dollar may continue to challenge the ability of some banks to boost accommodation in order to support GDP growth, despite the recent cracks that have appeared in the dollar's ascent.
10:48 EDTU.S Navy denies confrontation with Iranian millitary, NBC News reports
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10:45 EDTTreasury 5-year auction outlook:
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10:35 EDTEnergy Action: Oil prices spiked higher
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10:30 EDTNASDAQ is tripping 0.8% lower now
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10:23 EDTCowen retail analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:21 EDTIran takes hold of U.S. cargo ship, Al Arabiya News says
Iran has taken hold of a U.S. cargo ship and its crew of 34, according to Al Arabiya News Channel. Reference Link
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