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January 3, 2013
14:21 EDTMinutes show most Fed members support waiting until 2015 to raise funds rate
Thirteen of the Federal Open Market Committee's members believed that the federal funds rate shouldn't be raised until 2015, while one member felt that the rate shouldn't be increased until 2016, minutes of the committee's December meeting showed. Five members felt that the rate should be increased in 2013 or 2014. The 13 members who thought that the rate should be raised in 2015 anticipated that the rate would be 1.25% or lower at the end of that year. Meanwhile, about half of the participants who supported extending the Fed's asset buying program into 2013 felt that the central bank should stop buying securities around mid-2013, while the other half thought the program should be extended beyond that point, the minutes show. Some participants expressed concerns that continuing very accommodative monetary policy could lead to imbalances in the financial system. Regarding the economic outlook, members expressed some optimism about the future. Economic growth should accelerate in 2013, while economic growth in 2014 and 2015 was projected to be above longer run trend levels. However, members believed that the uncertainty facing the economy was also above normal levels.
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December 8, 2014
08:15 EDTCanada housing Permits Preview
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08:05 EDTCanada Housing Starts Preview
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08:00 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude trades at $64.51
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07:58 EDTCredit Suisse macroeconomics analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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07:55 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar posted trend highs versus the euro, pound, and yen overnight, as disappointing Japan and German data brought USD buyers to center stage. USD-CD remains firm on the latest downdraft in oil prices, with WTI approaching the $64/bbl mark. The U.S. calendar is empty this morning, leaving focus on equities and yields. U.S. futures indicate a moderately lower Wall Street open, while Treasury yields have firmed up a bit.
07:35 EDTAmerican Enterprise Institute holds a luncheon discussion
Luncheon discussion with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee who discuss the Financial Stability Board’s capital requirements, the timing of financial data releases by government agencies, the Federal Reserve Board’s bank concentration rule, and financial reform in the new Congress is being held in Washington, D.C. on December 8 at 12 pm. Webcast Link
07:33 EDTAtlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Lockhart speaks on the economic outlook
Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Lockhart speaks on the economic outlook and monetary policy at the Council for Quality Growth's Annual Economic Forecast Meeting being held in Atlanta, Georgia on December 8 at 11:30 am.
07:33 EDTBarclays to hold a conference
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07:31 EDTJPMorgan to hold a forum
Japan MedTech Forum to be held in Tokyo, Japan on December 8.
07:30 EDTJefferies to hold a summit
Financial Institutions Group CEO Summit is being held in New York on December 8.
07:30 EDTCitigroup to hold a conference
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07:29 EDTMarket closing in on milestones
Stock futures are slightly below fair value as investors look for the next catalysts that could push the market above the milestones it is approaching. The Dow is closing in on 18,000, and the Nasdaq is approaching 5,000. Crude oil prices continue to fall, and analysts are arguing whether prices are falling due to oversupply or a global growth slow down. There is little for investors to key in on today, as no major economic data is due to be released.
07:19 EDTKeyBanc to hold a conference
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06:46 EDTJapan says economy contracted more than previously reported in Q3, Reuters says
Japan reported that its economy shrank 1.9% in the third quarter, versus the country's preliminary report of a 1.6% contraction, according to Reuters. Economists had predicted that the country's economy expanded 0.5% in Q3, the news service added. Reference Link
06:40 EDTChina's trade data misses expectations, Reuters says
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06:40 EDTFX Update: The dollar continued to reign supreme
FX Update: The dollar continued to reign supreme, logging fresh trend lows against the yen, euro, Aussie and sterling, among other currencies. The move extends the gains seen following Friday's stellar U.S. jobs report, which supports the idea that the U.S. economy is the only locomotive in town among the major economies. Disappointing Japanese growth data added to this notion, with Q3 GDP revised lower to -0.5% q/q and -1.9% y/y, contrary to expectations for upward revisions. USD-JPY logged a fresh seven-year peak of 121.85 during the Tokyo session, subsequently dipping to the low 1.21s with option related selling seen ahead of barriers at 122.00, along with exporter selling in the late Tokyo session. EUR-USD continued to trade heavily, extending to a new 28-month low at 1.2252 in the wake of the sub-forecast German production data and dovish remarks by ECB's Nowotny.
05:58 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for December 8
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05:51 EDTDecember front month equity options last day to trade is December 19, 2014
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04:35 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has dipped to the low 1.21s
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03:15 EDTFX Update: The dollar continued to reign supreme
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