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July 21, 2015
14:25 EDTS&P raises Greece rating to CCC+ from CCC-, Outlook stable
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14:10 EDTU.S. Existing Home Sales Preview:
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13:40 EDTTreasury Curve Action: outperformance in the belly
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13:00 EDTSF Fed on inflation: price stability is the second part of the Fed's mandate
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12:35 EDTEnergy Action: September NYMEX crude retreated
Energy Action: September NYMEX crude retreated back toward N.Y. session lows, trading into $50.61 after printing a $51.36 high earlier. A bout of dollar weakness provided short covering rationale, though the lack of follow through, and the inability to hold the $51 handle doesn't bode well for oil bulls. Fund selling was reported over $51, and a break under $50 seems inevitable, especially if the dollar rally resumes.
12:25 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures probed higher
Euro$ interest rate futures probed higher from earlier lows as the pendulum swung back against stocks and in favor of interest rate instruments. A sharp drop in euro-stocks into the close and downward revisions on industrial production data seemed culpable, leaving the September 2015 contract 1.5-ticks higher near 99.45 (implied 0.55%), compared to earlier lows near 99.43 (0.57%). The deferreds are 1.5-5 ticks firmer out the curve, with heaviest gains in the belly ahead of next week's FOMC meeting.
11:50 EDTTreasury's bill auction results were on the average to light side
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11:50 EDTU.S. equities are extending declines
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11:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has joined the dollar selling party
FX Action: USD-JPY has joined the dollar selling party today, falling to four-session lows of 123.73, and down from opening highs near 124.40. The pairing found support into last Thursday's 123.75 base, and has since rebounded over 123.90. Dip buying remains in vogue however, as the bigger picture points to further BoJ stimulus, and prospects for Fed rate hikes.
11:25 EDTBoJ's Kuroda saw no need for additional QE
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11:10 EDTTreasury Option Action: extremely quiet trade
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10:45 EDTJP Morgan "All Client" Survey on bonds
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10:20 EDTU.S. Fed's annual industrial production revisions
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09:48 EDTCLSA semiconductors analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
Semiconductors Analyst Pajjuri, along with Jag Bolaria, Principal Analyst and head of the Server practice at The Linley Group, discuss the latest developments in the ARM server market on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on July 24 at 11 am.
09:47 EDTDow opens lower as several blue chips slide after earnings
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09:45 EDTU.S. corporate bond update:
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09:35 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD matched London lows
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09:10 EDTTreasury Action: yields backed higher
Treasury Action: yields backed higher with those of Bunds, mostly reflecting lingering volatility over the Greek situation where bailout talks are set to be completed by August 20 and plenty of pitfalls remain. Hedging of corporate supply has also been a repeat offender, as big multi-tranche deals crowd out underlying Treasuries and futures intermittantly. The T-note yield shot back up to the 2.40% pivot form 2.35% Asia lows before pausing once again, while the Bund yield probed 0.80% from the 0.733% area. The Bund/T-note spread remained stuck near -161 bp, implying a parallel shift. The 2s-10s spread widened out to +169 bp. Curiously, stocks are extending losses in pre-open trade, amid fresh disconnect.
08:45 EDTObama to Nominate Kathryn Dominguez to Fed Board:
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08:25 EDTEnergy Action: September NYMEX crude
Energy Action: September NYMEX crude touched better than three-month lows of $50.06 overnight, before recovering to $50.51. The contract currently trades at $50.41. The modest pullback in the dollar removed some selling pressure, though the moribund rebound seen so far leaves the downside vulnerable. The August contract traded under the $50 mark on Monday, though expires at the close today, leaving September as front-month. RBOB gasoline trades at $1.91/gallon, well above its three month lows of $1.85.27 seen last week, despite soft crude prices, as summer demand remains strong. Natural gas futures meanwhile, remain range bound, near $2.86/M BTU.
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