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April 11, 2014
14:15 EDTTreasury Action: illiquidity will complicate trading with Good Friday
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13:50 EDTAverages remain under pressure
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13:45 EDTFed Chair Yellen will make a couple of appearances next week
Fed Chair Yellen will make a couple of appearances next week, first on Tuesday in a pre-recorded video for the opening of the 2014 Financial Markets Conference hosted by the Atlanta Fed from 8:45 ET. Then she'll speak again on Wednesday on monetary policy and the economic recovery before the Economics Club of NY from 12:25 ET. Other Fedspeakers include governor Stein on Sunday before the IMF, while governor Tarullo takes part in a regulation panel Monday. Atlanta's Lockhart introduces his branch's conference Tuesday, along with participation by Philly hawk Plosser. Boston Fed dove Rosengren speaks from Maine on the economic outlook, while Minneapolis Fed dove Kocherlakota takes Q&A in Fargo. On Wednesday, Lockhart and Stein make additional appearances in Atlanta and Dallas Fed hawk Fisher wraps up with a speech on the outlook from Austin.
13:05 EDTTreasury Option Action: better put activity
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12:45 EDTTreasury Dealer meeting agenda for Apr 24, 25:
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11:45 EDTNASDAQ broke into positive territory
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11:20 EDTNY Fed bought $2.29 B in notes
NY Fed bought $2.29 B in notes raging in maturity from May 15, 2021 through February 15, 2024. The Street offered $9.675 B. Treasury gains are eroding as stocks rebound. But the 10-year yield is still about 2 bps lower on the day at 2.627%. Next week the Desk will intervene on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, to purchase between $3.55 B to $4.55 B. The markets will be closed on Good Friday.
10:50 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some bearish put positioning
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10:25 EDTNY Fed outright purchase: Fed is purchasing $2.0 B to $2.5 B in notes
NY Fed outright purchase: Fed is purchasing $2.0 B to $2.5 B in notes dated from May 2021 through February 2024. The buyback is supportive for Treasuries, though earlier gains have been pared slightly. The 10-year sector is pacing the rally this moring with the yield down nearly 3 bps to 2.62%.
10:20 EDTThe April Michigan sentiment bounce to 82.6
The April Michigan sentiment bounce to 82.6 more than reversed the March drop to 80.0 from 81.6 in February, as the measure narrowed the gap to the 85.1 cycle-high from last July. Michigan sentiment has enjoyed a recent lift from diminishing weather disruptions, rising stock prices before the most recent drop, and a recovering housing market beyond the winter's big weather-related setbacks. Confidence still faces a headwind from Obamacare, and lingering concerns after last year's mortgage rate spike. Despite today's rise, Michigan sentiment continues to underperform consumption and payrolls. Analysts assume an upward adjustment in today's April reading to the 83 area, given upward revisions in all three months of 2014 of 0.1 in March, 0.4 in February and 0.8 in January, and a 1.8 average monthly boost in 2013. Analysts've seen divergent moves in available April confidence indicators, as they fluctuate around their mid-2013 levels. Analysts expect Consumer confidence to slip to 82.0 from a cycle-high 82.3 in March, versus a slightly lower 82.1 prior cycle-high last June.
10:10 EDTU.S. consumer sentiment jumped to 82.6 in the preliminary April read
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10:10 EDTTreasury Action: yields backed up from lows
Treasury Action: yields backed up from lows on the rebound in U. Michigan sentiment in Apr, as the worst of the winter storm sentiment damage appeared to clear. That gave stocks a leg back up from opening lows and goose the dollar a tad. The T-note yield recovered above 2.62% compared to 5-week lows under 2.61%, though it still appears upwardly challenged.
10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar shrugged off
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10:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD traded up to 1.0983
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10:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: fading the rally?
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09:55 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index data reported
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09:45 EDTMarket extends losses after JPMorgan miss
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09:30 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
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09:20 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: mixed activity
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09:00 EDTU.S. equities are back under the gun
U.S. equities are back under the gun after mixed earnings results in the financial sector, which saw a big miss by JPM and a beat by Wells. JPM profits sank 19% thanks to lower fixed income trading and mortgage revenue declines, knocking its shares over 3% lower, while Wells EPS topped $1.05 vs $0.97 forecasts, with profits up 14%. PPI rose 0.5% in Mar, while core was 0.6%, contributing to the flurry of info digested by investors to round out the week. While the Fed is unlikely alter its taper course after the inflation data, this news could sit a little uncomfortably. The Dow is 54-points lower, S&P is off 6-points and NASDAQ tanked another 17-points after leading losses this week, above earlier lows. Overseas, Japan's Nikkei slumped 2.38% thanks to yen strength and global market weakness, while the Shanghai Comp declined 0.18% and the Euro Stoxx 50 is off 1.5% and the German DAX is 1.9% lower. Former "mo-mo" high flyers Tesla and Netflix remain under pressure as the tech slide continues. News that Cisco and Juniper routers picked up the "Heartbleed" virus was not helpful either. IMF meetings are set to launch in DC and up next is U. Michigan sentiment, forecast to rise to 81.0.
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