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June 23, 2015
07:22 EDTCIBC to hold a conference
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07:05 EDTFX Update: The euro underperformed
FX Update: The euro underperformed as Eurozone yields dropped, and despite above-forecast Euroznoe PMI data and a growing likelihood of Greece resolution with its creditors. EUR-USD clocked a fresh six-day low at 1.1224 and the euro also posted new lows against the yen, sterling and Aussie dollar, among other currencies. European stocks gained sharply, with Greece's ASE leading the way with over a 4% gain, and Eurozone peripheral yield spreads relative to Bunds narrowed sharply. The Greek 10-year yield fell to 10.61%, extending a sharp drop from 12.5%-plus levels that were seen last week.
07:01 EDTFutures higher as market looks to extend rally
Stock futures are suggesting a positive open as the market looks to extend its gains from yesterday. Investors remain watchful on the Greek debt situation as the country was given 48 hours to reach a deal, potentially ending a five month standoff over aid that risks splitting the euro. Investors in the U.S. will be watching the durable goods report, house price index, and new home sales report for clues on our own economy.
06:07 EDT On The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for June 23
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06:01 EDTJuly front month equity options last day to trade is July 17, 2015
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02:20 EDTFX Update: The dollar is up across the board
FX Update: The dollar is up across the board after a EUR-USD led move with good news on the Greek front transferring as a sell-on-the-fact style response in Asia, although a deal there is no deal yet. EUR-USD dove to a six-day low of 1.1254 after closing in New York yesterday at 1.1338-40. Stops were triggered through 1.1300-10. EUR-JPY is also fell, though the low-so-far is a few pips above yesterday's 139.22 low. USD-JPY, meanwhile, lifted to six-day highs above 123.75, near its 20-day moving average at 123.80. AUD-USD hit a six-day low at 0.7694, finding some support following a firmer than expected flash Markit PMI out of China. The dollar also advanced against sterling and most other currencies. Focus today will remain on Greece, and incoming PMI data out of Europe and the U.S.
June 22, 2015
16:56 EDT 3-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
16:56 EDT 6-Month Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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15:10 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: Greek deal optimism was fanned following a last-minute submission of a partial reforms list to the Eurogroup meeting by the Tsipras government, which sent European equities ramping higher, driving global bond yields higher. Bund yields gapped higher and kept on rising though analysts've heard this song before, but this set the tone early, contributing to a round of curve steepening. The move was compounded on the margin by a 5.1% jump in existing home sales.
15:03 EDT 4-Week Bill Announcement to be released at 11:00
14:55 EDTU.S. New Home Sales Preview
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14:50 EDTU.S. Durable Goods Preview
U.S. Durable Goods Preview: May durable goods data is out on Tuesday and should reveal a 0.5% (median -0.5%) decline for orders following a 1.0% drop in April. Shipments are seen rising by 0.5% with inventories up by 0.2% following respective April figures of -0.2% and 0.2%. Data in line with this forecast would leave the I/S ratio steady at 1.67 for a third month. There is downside risk to the report from the decline in Boeing orders to 11 from 37 in April and the weak industrial production figures which fell by 0.2% in May.
14:40 EDTTreasury Action: supply kicks off Tuesday with the $26 B 2-year auction
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14:00 EDTTreasury Action: yields have extended upward to the highs of the day
Treasury Action: yields have extended upward to the highs of the day, catching up to the weakness in Bunds on increased demand for risk, reflected by the 3.8% surge in the DAX. Longer dated Treasury yields are nearing 11 bp gains, with the 10-year hitting 2.36% (seen as nearby support). Selling strength has been the general strategy for over a month and it continues today as the bond market prices for a rate hike in September. Also, curve steepeners seem to be the immediate play. The 2s-10s is out 7 bps from Friday to 170 bps. The 5s-30s is only 2 bps wider, however, at 149 bps. Some are pricing for an upside surprise to inflation, with a potential delay from a Fed rate hike this fall also being considered.
13:50 EDTTreasury Action: yields have extended upward to the highs of the day
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13:00 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD reportedly tripped stops
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12:25 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has been steady
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12:15 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are back on the defensive
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11:50 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: it could be a fairly active calendar
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11:45 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill sale was mixed
Treasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill sale was mixed as the shorter tranche underperformed, perhaps amid the optimism over Greece and the unwinding of flight to quality trades. The 3-month tailed to 0.010% versus 0.005% at the bid deadline, but is the same as last week's rate. There were almost $98.5 B in bids for a 4.16 cover versus last week's solid 4.57, and the 4.31 average. Indirect bidders took 21.2% compared to 15.7% previously and a 22.6% average. The 6-month bill stopped on the screws at 0.080% and is a little richer than last week's 0.100%. There were $101.6 B in bids for a 4.29 cover, above last week's 4.19 but in line with 4.29 average. Indirect bidders accepted 44.7%, almost double the 25.5% previously and a little better than the 42.6% average.
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