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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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April 29, 2015
10:10 EDTU.S. pending home sales index rose 1.1% to 108.6 in March
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10:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: some bullish put selling
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09:57 EDTHouse Oversight & Government Reform Committee to hold a hearing
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09:55 EDTU.S. NAR pending home sales preview:
U.S. NAR pending home sales preview: the PHSI is expected to slip 1.3% to 105.5 in March from 106.9 in April. For more detail, see the NAR pending home sales website.
09:51 EDTHouse Natural Resources Committee to hold a hearing
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09:43 EDTSenate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee to hold a hearing
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09:36 EDTCBOE/CBOT 10-year U.S. Treasury Note Volatility Index up 7.6% to 5.54
09:35 EDTHouse Financial Services Committee to hold a hearing
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09:31 EDTSenate Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs Committee to hold a hearing
The Subcommittee on Housing, Transportation and Community Development holds a hearing entitled, "Exploring Opportunities for Private Investment in Public Infrastructure" on April 29 at 9:30 am. Webcast Link
09:27 EDTHouse Transportation & Infrastructure Committee to hold a hearing
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09:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar pulled a major U-turn
FX Action: The dollar pulled a major U-turn, rallying back broadly in the aftermath of the post-GDP sell-off. EUR-USD fell back to 1.1007 lows after peaking at 1.1073, as USD-JPY popped to 119.31 from 118.89 lows. Firmer yields prompting pre-FOMC position paring from intra day accounts has been a factor, though the market remains short of dollars overall going into the Fed announcement. Light market liquidity likely exacerbated the dollar's swift advance.
09:02 EDTSEC to hold an open commission meeting
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09:00 EDTThe 0.2% U.S. Q1 GDP growth clip
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08:50 EDTFX Action: The dollar slid across the board
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08:50 EDTU.S. equities are back on the defensive
U.S. equities are back on the defensive rolling into the Fed decision, especially after the small 0.2% rise in Q1 GDP, though that "bad news" could be music to the ears of investors hoping for a deferral of Fed lift-off if the Fed is more dovish this afternoon. This followed a tame session in Asia with Japan out on holiday and a flat reading on the Shanghai Comp, while the Euro Stoxx 50 is off 0.5%. The Swedes left rates unchanged, which prompted a surge in the krona and another 1.6% drop in the OMX. Bund yields also surged past 0.25% after Gundlach of Doubleline joined Gross of Janus in his anti-bund bet. The Dow is 103-points lower, S&P fell 10-points and NASDAQ sank 23-points ahead of the open. In earnings news, Time Warner rallied over 1% after its 5% revenue gain, while Twitter steadied after its 24% overnight fall upon cutting its guidance. Lumber liquidators sank 15% after a 2% decline in net April sales to-date.
08:45 EDTU.S. GDP growth slowed to a disappointing 0.2% rate in Q1
U.S. GDP growth slowed to a disappointing 0.2% rate in Q1, much weaker than expected, after sliding to a 2.2% clip in Q4, from 5.0% in Q3. Weakness was fairly broad-based. Fixed investment declined 2.5% after Q4's 4.5% rise, versus Q3's 7.7% rate, with nonresidential spending diving 3.4% after a 4.7% Q3 gain, thanks to a 23.1% plunge in structures; residential spending rose 1.3% from 3.8%. Government consumption remained soft, falling 0.8% from -1.9%, with state and local spending down 1.5%. Net exports subtracted $50.7 B (-1.25%) from -$40.0 B in Q4, and after adding $29.0 B in Q3. Consumption spending was up 1.9% versus 4.4% previously. Inventories added $30.3 B (0.74%) after subtracting $2.2 B in Q3 with a hefty $110.3 B accumulation rate. The chain price index slid 0.1% after edging up 0.1% in the prior quarter, with the core rate up 0.9% from the 1.1% pace recorded previously.
08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields reversed course from highs
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08:40 EDTFutures move lower following GDP report
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08:30 EDTU.S. GDP Preview
U.S. GDP Preview: The first release of Q1 GDP should reveal a 0.8% (median 1.0%) pace of growth for the quarter. This follows the stronger pace of 2.2% in Q4 and 5.0% in Q3. The outlook has deteriorated steadily over the course of the quarter thanks to a number of factors including weaker trade data, inclement weather and a soft run of inventory data.
08:10 EDTWhat the Pros think before the Fed decision:
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