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January 16, 2015
10:10 EDTU.S. preliminary consumer confidence jumped to 98.2 in January
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09:55 EDTU.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview
U.S. Michigan Consumer Sentiment Preview: The first release on January Michigan Sentiment may reveal a headline increase to 94.0 (median 93.5) from 93.6 in Michigan. This comes alongside a gain in the IBD/TIPP poll for the month to 48.5 form 48.4 and the RBC-CASH Index holding steady at 53.3.
09:51 EDTMarket opens lower, bounces near flatline in early trade
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09:50 EDTThe 0.1% U.S. industrial production down-tick
The 0.1% U.S. industrial production down-tick in December followed only a tiny net-downward back revision to leave a stronger than expected report overall, thanks to surprising 2.2% mining rise and a 0.3% manufacturing gain that mostly offset a huge 7.3% utility plunge. The big 1.3% utility-led November pop was unrevised, following a flat (was 0.1%) October figure, and a 0.9% September bounce that was also led by a utility up-swing. Capacity utilization fell to 79.7% from an 80.0% (was 80.1%) cycle-high in November. Industrial production growth should slow to 4% in Q1 after a utility-boosted 5.6% clip in Q4, a 4.1% (was 4.0%) rate in Q3, and a 5.7% pace in Q2. Analysts've seen 1%-9% quarterly rates since the start of the expansion. Analysts've seen a factory outperformance of GDP through this expansion, and particularly in recent quarters. Analysts saw industrial production growth of 4.3% in 2014 after slower growth of 2.9% in 2013 and 3.8% in 2012. Analysts expect a restrained 2.5% growth rate for GDP in 2014 that slightly exceeds prior rates of 2.2% in 2013 and 2.3% in 2012.
09:45 EDTTreasury Action: it will be a shaky two weeks fraught with high event risk
Treasury Action: it will be a shaky two weeks fraught with high event risk heading into month-end that should maintain a bullish skew in Treasuries, especially in the wake of the massive dislocations from the SNB's shocker. First up is the ECB meeting on January 22, and it's not clear Draghi and company can do enough to not disappoint. That will be followed by the Greek elections on January 25. Next up will be the FOMC announcement on January 28. Much of the support from Treasuries should be a function of safe haven flows. However, Fed rate liftoff in June is being priced out, with many forecasters taking out a hike this year. Note too that though widely overlooked in yesterday's chaos, there were a number of other central bank surprises that suggest a global bias toward central bank easing, especially among emerging markets, amid fears of cooling growth. India, Egypt, and Peru also surprised with rate cuts of between 25 bps and 50 bps.
09:44 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:32 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields remain above lows
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09:25 EDTU.S. industrial production dipped 0.1% in December
U.S. industrial production dipped 0.1% in December, which brought capacity utilization down to 79.7%. The 1.3% spike in November production was not revised, but the prior 80.1% print on capacity was bumped to 80.0%. Manufacturing production edged up 0.3% last month after a revised 1.3% November surge (was 1.1%). Motor vehicle and parts production fell 0.9% after a 5.5% November surge (revised from 5.1%) that followed three months of sharp declines. Machinery production slid 0.2%. Computer and electronics were up 1.2%. Utilities plunbed 7.3% following a 4.2% pop (revised from 5.1%). Mining was up 2.2% after sliding 0.3% previously (revised from -0.1%). Data are a little weaker than forecast, though coincide with the growing fear of cooling growth.
09:20 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD posted new trend highs
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09:05 EDTU.S. Industrial Production Preview
U.S. Industrial Production Preview: The December release on industrial production should show a 0.4% (median -0.1%) headline decline. This comes on the heels of a 1.3% surge in November. Analysts expect capacity utilization to fall to 79.6% from 80.1% in November.
09:05 EDTFed dove Kocherlakota reiterated worries the Fed is losing credibility
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09:05 EDTThe 0.4% December U.S. CPI headline drop
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09:00 EDTU.S. equities trimmed deeper overnight losses
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08:50 EDTFX Action: The dollar initially slipped
FX Action: The dollar initially slipped some after the cooler CPI data, though losses were short lived. EIR-USD moved to near 1.1610 from 1.1590 before easing into 1.1580, as USD-JPY dipped to 116.35 before bouncing toward 116.75. Yields edged lower before stabilizing, while equity futures pared losses.
08:45 EDTU.S. CPI fell 0.4% in December with the core rate unchanged
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained near lows
Treasury Action: yields remained near lows following the very weak headline CPI decline (lowest since December 2008), though it was in line with forecasts and core came in unchanged, just below the 0.1% consensus. Huge drops in energy -4.7% and gasoline -9.4% featured as expected. The T-note yield initially slumped to test 1.70% before rebounding to 1.73% compared to overnight highs near 1.75%. The 2s-10s spread stretched to +127 bp before the elastic snapped back to +130 bp.
08:43 EDTThe ABA's Economic Advisory Committee holds a press conference
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08:35 EDTFutures continue to suggest another lower open
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08:25 EDTFedspeak is due from a trio of doves
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