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August 27, 2015
07:45 EDTU.S. Treasury Opening Outlook (Aug 26):
U.S. Treasury Opening Outlook (Aug 26): Global stocks piggy-backed the firm close on Wall Street, further unwinding recent risk-off trade, supported by a rebound in China and hopes for further relaxed policy in Europe after weak German import prices. That's caused a mild uptick in Treasury yields as the short-end probes post-auction highs and the 10-year noses 2-3 bp higher to 2.17%. The Fed's Wyoming conference will kick off at 18:00 MT under the auspices of "Inflation Dynamics and Monetary Policy." Highlighting on Saturday will be Fed Vice Chairman Fischer, who will take part in a panel discussion on" U.S. inflation developments." As for Q2 GDP, the second release is expected to be revised up to 3.5% (median 3.3%) from 2.3% in the first release. Construction spending and inventories are expected the lead the upward revisions. Initial jobless claims for the week of August 22nd should reveal a 3k decline in the headline data to 274k (median 275k) after an increase to 277k in the August 15th week. NAR pending home sales are forecast to slip to 109.4 in July from 110.3. The $29 B 7-year auction will be the final of a rather weak series, dictated by the vagaries on stocks, China and risk perceptions.
07:37 EDTWashington Journal hosts NPR Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax
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07:35 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:11 EDTStock futures surge on China advance
Stocks are pointing toward an early surge after the bell once again as the market looks to extend its gains from yesterday. The market is taking its lead from China, which saw its key stock index rise by more than 5% overnight. Domestically, investors will be watching the jobless claims data, GDP report, personal consumption, home sales, and natural gas inventory reports throughout the morning.
07:00 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded mixed
FX Update: The dollar traded mixed, gaining versus the euro and yen, while losing ground to outperforming commodity currencies, which were underpinned by a broader stock market and commodity price rebound on the view that the Fed is now less likely to pull the rate lift-off trigger next month. EUR-USD posted a second lower low in logging a six-day low at 1.1276. USD-JPY rallied to a three-day peak of 119.79. Commodity currency gainers included the South African rand, the rouble and Brazilian real, in addition to the dollar-bloc units. USD-CAD shed over 100 pips in making a two-day low at 1.3197, putting some distance in from Tuesday's 12-year peak at 1.3349. AUD-USD logged a two-day peak of 0.7170. In commodity markets, NYMEX crude prices were showing a 4.5% gain, and copper futures were up by 2.1%. .
05:59 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for August 27
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05:55 EDTSeptember front month equity options last day to trade is September 18, 2015
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02:50 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded with a modest downside bias
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02:45 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded on a modest downside tack
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August 26, 2015
16:22 EDTWeek of 9/4 MBA Mortgage Applications to be released at 07:00
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15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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13:25 EDTTreasury Action: yields popped up in the belly
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13:15 EDTU.S. 5-year tailed out slightly at 1.463%
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13:15 EDTU.S. GDP Preview
U.S. GDP Preview: The second release on Q2 GDP is out Thursday and analysts expect the headline to be revised up to 3.5% (median 3.3%) from 2.3% in the first release. Construction spending and inventories are expected the lead the revisions. Analysts expect construction spending to be revised up by $17 B, inventories by $16 B, consumption by $11 B and net exports and equipment spending should both be revised up by $2 B.
13:15 EDTU.S. Initial Jobless Claims Preview
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13:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD made North American session highs
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13:00 EDTU.S. VIX volatility index is 3% lower near 35.0
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12:40 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude is looking a little shaky
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12:20 EDTU.S. 5-year auction preview: the meat of this week's auction series
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11:55 EDTU.S. 2-year FRN reopening awarded at 0.086%
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