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August 12, 2014
23:05 EDTJapan's GDP fell 6.8% in Q2
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15:53 EDTCredit Suisse to hold a conference
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15:52 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of New York and Boston to hold a workshop
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15:51 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of New York and Boston to hold a workshop
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:15 EDTFX Action: It appears a one-off sell order
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14:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields are settling below highs
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14:10 EDTU.S. Treasury posted a $94.6 B budget deficit in July
U.S. Treasury posted a $94.6 B budget deficit in July, a 3.1% y/y improvement compared to the $97.6 B July 2014 red ink amount. Receipts rose 5.3% y/y while outlays increased 2.5% y/y. For the fiscal year to date, the deficit totals $460.5 B, compared to $607.4 for the same 10-month period last year, a 24.2% improvement. Analysts're still forecasting a $475 B budget shortfall for fiscal 2014, significantly improved from the $680 B FY2013 deficit.
14:07 EDTAugust State Street Investor Confidence Index to be released at 10:00
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14:07 EDTAugust Consumer Confidence to be released at 10:00
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14:00 EDTTreasury Budget data reported
July Treasury Budget at -$94.6B vs consensus of -$96.0B
14:00 EDTWeek of 8/23 Redbook to be released at 08:55
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14:00 EDTJuly Durable Goods Orders to be released at 08:30
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13:50 EDTU.S. Treasury budget deficit preview:
U.S. Treasury budget deficit preview: The Treasury is expected to report a $96.0 B deficit for July (median -$96.0 B), versus a $97.6 B deficit in July of last year. This estimate aligns with the CBO Monthly Budget Review released August 7. Receipts are expected to rise 5%, or $10 B y/y, to extend prior gains of 13% in June and 1% in May. Receipts have increased y/y since February of 2012, including a 28% surge in April of 2013. Outlays are expected to rise 3% y/y, or $8 B, to $306 B. preview for more.
13:45 EDTU.S. equities lost momentum
U.S. equities lost momentum and are lingering in shallow negative territory, with European bourses limping home today with a 0.78% drop in the Euro Stoxx 50 and 1.21% drop in the German DAX on the sour ZEW. News of a 280 Russian truck "humanitarian" convoy heading to the Ukraine caused serious market qualms early, especially amid evidence it had been in the works for a while and was not invited or part of the Red Cross effort yet. High drama in the Ukraine hryvnia and Russia ruble lent to the air of crisis still, though Russian stocks rebounded from lows to roughly unchanged. Within the Dow the largest losses were on Chevron -0.8% and Exxon -0.5%, leading energy sector shares lower amid IEA reports of a supply surplus, while biggest gains were posted by du Pont +0.8% and Merck +0.6%.
13:15 EDTTreasury's $27 B 3-year auction results were mixed, but it priced well
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: short yields nudged up
Treasury Action: short yields nudged up on the mixed 3-year sale results before easing back down from highs with the current 3-year yield popping over 0.904% before pulling back below 0.90% again compared to the 0.924% award rates on the new notes.
12:50 EDTTreasury 3-year auction preview: today's sale could see light demand
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12:30 EDTWeek of 8/23 ICSC-Goldman Store Sales to be released at 07:45
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11:55 EDTTreasury's upsized $50 B 4-week bill sale was on the soft side
Treasury's upsized $50 B 4-week bill sale was on the soft side, likely in part because of the unexpectedly large $10 B increase versus last week. The bill was awarded at 0.04%, right on the screws, and up from last week's 0.02%. Bids totaled $186.3 B for a 3.73 cover, down from last week's 4.26, and well below the 4.22 average. Indirect bidders took 19.7% versus 23.4% previously, and a 19.5% average.
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