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August 3, 2015
11:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY gave up the 124 handle
FX Action: USD-JPY gave up the 124 handle, though quickly found support into its 123.92 lows. The pairing continues to ply a 123.00 to 124.50 trading range, and without fresh impetus from the Fed rate hike) or the BoJ (further stimulus), more of the same appears to be in the cards for the foreseeable future.
11:50 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill offering results were average to light
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11:45 EDTTreasury Option Action: a few standouts emerged
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11:35 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: Celgene's 5-tranche deal kicks off the August
U.S. corporate bond update: Celgene's 5-tranche deal kicks off the August calendar. Sources estimate the week's offerings will total around $20 B to $25 B. Celgene's sale includes benchmark sized 3-, 5-, 7-, 10-, and 30-year maturities. Also today is a $550 M 2-parter from Kimberly-Clark, and includes 5- and 10-year paper. JB Hunt Transport Services launched a $350 M 7-year. New York Life also has a $350 M 1-year FRN. Last month there were 78 issuers, with volume totaling $161 B, the 3rd highest volume for 2015 to date. For the year, issuance totals $1.03 tln.
11:20 EDTTreasury announced a $40 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday
Treasury announced a $40 B 4-week bill sale for Tuesday, maintaining that volume foe a 3rd straight week, down from $45 B previously. This is a light week for supply with just bills, though the debt managers will announce the August refunding details, including 3-, 10-, and 30-year auction details, on Wednesday.
11:10 EDTFed Governor Powell said the increase in electronic trading
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11:10 EDTToday's heavy slate of U.S. data
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10:35 EDTCitadel's Shanghai Trading unit in China was suspended
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10:35 EDTThe 0.1% U.S. June construction spending rise
The 0.1% U.S. June construction spending rise looked tame, but it followed large upward revisions for April and May that were spread across the public, nonresidential, and residential construction spending components to leave a much stronger than expected report overall. The mix implies a hefty boost in Q2 GDP growth to 2.8% from 2.3%, and the revisions even included additional boosts for the home improvement residual that don't enter the GDP calculation. The Q2 GDP boost includes big hikes of $10 B for public construction, $5 B for nonresidential construction, and $2 B for residential construction. Analysts expect Q3 GDP growth of 3.0% with a flat pace for nonresidential construction that is still restrained by mining sector weakness, after an estimated 2.8% (was -1.6%) Q2 figure and a 7.4% contraction rate in Q1. Analysts expect 8% growth in Q3 real residential construction after rates of 8.3% (was 6.6%) in Q2 and 10.1% in Q1. Growth in real government purchases is pegged at 0.7% in Q3, following an estimated 2.2% (was 0.8%) rise in Q2 and a 0.1% contraction rate in Q1.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields probed July lows
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10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar largely shrugged off
FX Action: The dollar largely shrugged off the construction spending data, which came in under expectations, though upwardly revised back data oddest. EUR-USD is steady near 1.0970, while USD-JPY hangs on to the 124 handle by its fingernails. Yields are on session lows, while stocks are mixed, though under some pressure following the softer ISM print earlier.
10:10 EDTU.S. construction spending edged up 0.1% in June
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10:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD made 1.3176, 11-year highs
FX Action: USD-CAD made 1.3176, 11-year highs overnight, as commodity prices continued their slide. WTI crude has traded the $45 handle for the first time in over four-months, as copper prices touched over six-year lows near $2.32/lb. With Canada on holiday today, liquidity could be an issue, with further commodity deterioration liable to bring the 1.3200 mark into focus.
10:00 EDTThe U.S. ISM July drop to 52.7
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09:55 EDTU.S. construction spending preview:
U.S. construction spending preview: Construction spending is expected to grow 0.2% in June (median 0.6%) following a 0.8% gain in May. Forecast risk is upward, however, as housing data improved in June, while total construction is currently 37% above the bottom in February of 2011. For more detail, see our full construction spending preview.
09:55 EDTU.S. Auto Sales preview
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09:55 EDTU.S. Markit ISM manufacturing index inched up to 53.8 in July
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09:52 EDTDows slips in early trading after quiet open to start August
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09:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields dipped on the ISM drop
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09:35 EDTFX Action: The dollar pulled back
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