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August 9, 2014
15:51 EDTObama indicates U.S military to have lengthy role in Iraq, WSJ says
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August 8, 2014
19:07 EDTConsumer Sentiment Index to be reported at 09:55
Consumer Sentiment Index will be reported at 09:55 . Current consensus is 82.3
19:07 EDTIndustrial Production Capacity Utilization Rate to be reported at 09:15
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19:07 EDTEmpire State Mfg Survey General Business Conditions Index to be reported at 08:30
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19:07 EDTImport Prices data reported.
July Import Prices at % vs. consensus of down 0.2% for the month.
19:07 EDTRetail Sales less autos to be reported at 08:30
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15:20 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:50 EDTFed Policy Outlook: a couple of upcoming events could be crucial for the markets
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14:35 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
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13:50 EDTAnother late leg higher on stocks
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13:20 EDTTreasury Refunding Preview:
Treasury Refunding Preview: next week's $67 B in auctions could provide an important glimpse on demand amid a variety of risk factors and evolving outlooks on economic growth, inflation, and central bank dynamics. So far risk aversion and the bullish momentum in bonds are trumping set up for supply. Treasury yields remain sharply lower on the week, with the long end outperforming to keep flattening trades intact. It's not clear yet what forces will dominate next week, fundamentals, technicals, positioning, data, central bank dynamics, or geopolitics, all amid thin summer trading conditions. The wi 3-year is slightly lower at 0.895%, while the 10-yeawr is at 2.40%, with the 30-year at 3.220%. For the 3-year, this would be one of the cheapest award rates in several years, but for the longer-dated coupons, these are some of the richest levels.
12:40 EDTSolid July Boeing aircraft orders
Solid July Boeing aircraft orders will lift the durable and factory orders headlines for the month, with a robust transportation and aircraft lift that will add to the huge July transportation boost from a vehicle assembly rate pop to an estimated 12.6 M units attributable to limited auto retooling. Boeing posted a surge in aircraft orders to 324 in July from 109, thanks to the Farnborough air show, despite a drop in deliveries to 58 planes from a solid 71. Durable orders should post a July rise in the 3.0% area despite an assumed 1.1% ex-transportation decline, while factory goods orders rise 2.0% despite a lean 0.2% ex-transportation rise. All the factory figures in the current expansion have been lifted substantially from a booming aircraft sector, a sharp vehicle sector recovery from a deep recession-low, and soaring growth in the U.S. mining industry.
12:30 EDTU.S. dollar swap spreads drove out again
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12:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures remain bid
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10:40 EDTThe U.S. wholesale trade report
The U.S. wholesale trade report revealed tiny June gains of 0.2% for sales and 0.3% for inventories that undershot larger respective prior gains of 0.7% and 0.3% (was 0.5%) in May, and 1.3% and 1.0% in April to leave a disappointing report overall. Analysts no longer expect a revision in the 4.0% Q2 GDP growth figure, given a likely big $12 B downward Q2 bump in wholesale inventories alongside a $6 B factory inventory hit that leave a big $18 B downward bump for Q2 inventories overall. The expected Q2 GDP growth boost reflects an expected $15 B hike in net exports, a $3 B boost in construction, and a $2 B boost in equipment. Analysts still assume Q3 GDP growth of 3.5% with a tiny $1 B inventory subtraction, following the expected $40 (was $58) B inventory boost to Q2 GDP growth that translates to a $75.4 (was $93.4) B accumulation rate. For monthly forecasts, analysts expect a 0.4% (was 0.5%) June business inventory rise, given today's 0.3% wholesale increase, the 0.3% factory inventory rise, and an assumed 0.5% retail inventory gain.
10:20 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are taking their cues mostly from stocks
Treasury Action: Treasuries are taking their cues mostly from stocks and overseas events today, and not data. There was no response to the weaker than expected wholesale trade report, that could nudge down Q2's 4.0% GDP growth rate. The markets are taking more of a wait and see stance currently after some wild swings earlier. The benchmark 10-year note is holding around 2.38%.
10:10 EDTU.S. wholesale inventories increased 0.3% in June, and sales were up 0.2%
U.S. wholesale inventories increased 0.3% in June, and sales were up 0.2%, both below expectations. The 0.5% inventory gain in May was nudged down to 0.3%. The 0.7% print on May sales was not revised. Durable goods inventories paced the gain, rising 0.7% with the aid of a 1.8% rebound in computers, while non-durable sales slipped 0.2%. Auto sales rose 2.1% and helped support the headline gain. The inventory-sales ratio was steady at 1.17 (May was revised down from 1.18).
09:53 EDTMarket opens higher despite U.S. military action in Iraq
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09:10 EDTThe slightly larger than expected 2.5% Q2 U.S. productivity rise
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08:50 EDTCitigroup homebuilding analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Analysts, along with Metrostudy' Chief Economist Brad Hunter, discuss Metrostudy's Quarterly Survey of Finished & Future Lot/Home Supply on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on August 14 at 11 am.
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