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April 17, 2014
11:15 EDTTreasury $18 B 5-year TIPS auction:
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11:10 EDTTreasury Supply: debt managers announced a $96 B package of offerings
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10:50 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: mixed action
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10:45 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is back over $104/bbl
Oil Action: NYMEX crude is back over $104/bbl, currently up 60 cents at $104.36. The better U.S. data helped support, while going into the weekend, shorts are being covered on the back of geopolitical event risk. In addition, Iranian exports dropped for the first time in five months in March, and are expect to fall again in April. Traders say the $105.00 mark offers up initial resistance.
10:30 EDTEIA Natural Gas Storage Change for the week ending April 11
Gas inventories 24 Bcf build vs. consensus of 36 Bcf build.
10:30 EDTToday's U.S. reports
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields ramped back up to highs
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10:20 EDTThe Philly Fed April pop to a 16.6 seven-month high
The Philly Fed April pop to a 16.6 seven-month high extended the March bounce to 9.0 from February's -6.3 fifteen-month low. The ISM-adjusted measure also rose further, to 52.8, after bouncing in March to 50.4 from 49.0 in February, 49.7 in January, and a higher 53.7 in December. Today's Philly Fed pop bucked Monday's Empire State drop to 1.29 from 5.61, with a 49.3 ISM-adjusted reading. Analysts expect a Richmond Fed rise to -1 from -7, a Dallas Fed rise to 6.0 from 4.9, an ISM down-tick to 53.5 from 53.7, and an ISM-NMI rise to 57.0 from 55.9. The mix should allow the ISM-adjusted average to sustain the March rise to 52 from 51 in February but the same 52 in January and December, versus a 54 three-year high last October and November and a 56 cycle-high in February and March of 2011. Analysts saw a 36 cycle-low average in March of 2009. The firm Philly Fed data, with gains for both the jobs and workweek components, alongside this morning's lean claims reading, point to upside risk for our 200k April nonfarm payroll estimate.
10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved to session highs
FX Action: The dollar moved to session highs versus the yen and euro after the better Philly Fed index print, taking EUR-USD to 1.3833 and USD-JPY up to 102.27. Yields moved up a touch, while equities remain underwater, but off their worst levels.
10:10 EDTU.S. Philly Fed manufacturing index climbed to 16.6 in April
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10:00 EDTPhiladelphia Fed Survey General Business Conditions Index data reported
April Philadelphia Fed Survey General Business Conditions Index at 16.6 vs. consensus of 10.0
09:55 EDTU.S. Philadelphia Fed Index Preview
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09:54 EDTMarket moderately lower in early trading
Stock futures began the session lower following earnings misses last night by two of the biggest names in tech, IBM (IBM) and Google (GOOG). However, the futures moved off their lows as some other corporate giants, including General Electric (GE), Honeywell (HON), and Goldman Sachs (GS), reported better than expected earnings and the jobless claims data also positively surprised. Despite the futures action, the broader market opened slightly lower and the averages have remained in the red in the early going. The Dow is down 52 points, the Nasdaq is down 20 points and the S&P is down 5 points.
09:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD fell to session lows
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09:20 EDTTreasury Option Action: bearish put positioning
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09:14 EDTDA Davidson advanced materials analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
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09:00 EDTU.S. equities are heading into the home stretch
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08:50 EDTThe 2k U.S. initial claims up-tick to 304k
The 2k U.S. initial claims up-tick to 304k in the BLS survey week of April trimmed last week's huge 30k plunge to a 302k (was 300k) cycle-low, following the prior 22k pop to 332k at the end of March. Analysts have a big net downswing from the lofty 351k late-February reading as the claims boost from adverse weather has been reversed with gusto, though the April gyrations are all at risk of distortion from this year's late Easter. Claims have spent two weeks below the 307k prior cycle-low last September that was attributable to California and Nevada computer glitches at the BLS. Claims have averaged 324k over the eleven weeks since the two-month stretch of winter holiday distortions ended, which is below the 332k average in September-October of last year before holiday distortions took effect. Claims have averaged just 303k thus far in April, versus higher prior averages of 320k in March, 337k in February, and 333k in January. Today's 304k BLS survey week reading undershot prior BLS readings of 323k in March, 334k in February, and 329k in January. Analysts still assume a 200k April payroll gain.
08:50 EDTFX Action: The dollar perked up
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08:40 EDTU.S. initial jobless claims inched up 2k to 304k in the week ended April 12
U.S. initial jobless claims inched up 2k to 304k in the week ended April 12 after the prior week's 30k drop to 302k (revised from 300k). The 304k is the lowest level since December 2007. The 4-week moving average fell to 312k from 316.75k previously (revised from 316.25k). Claims not seasonally adjusted rose 17.5k to 317.7k from 300.19k (revised from 298.4k). Continuing claims declined 11k to 2,739k for the week ended April 5 after falling 88k to 2,750k for the March 29 week (revised from 2,776k). The initial jobless claims data take on extra importance since it coincides with the BLS employment survey week. The strength in the jobs numbers could push stocks higher and pressure Treasuries.
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