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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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January 15, 2015
08:20 EDTU.S. Initial Jobless Claims Preview
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08:02 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
Trader Instinct Think Tank: MiFID II Conference is being held in London, England on January 15.
08:00 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:59 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
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07:58 EDTCitigroup to hold a conference
European Insurance Conference is being held in London, England on January 15.
07:57 EDTDeutsche Bank to hold a conference
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07:56 EDTUBS to hold a conference
17th CEEMEA & Italian Financials Conference 2015 is being held in Milan, Italy on January 15-16.
07:56 EDTDeutsche Bank to hold a conference
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07:55 EDTBloomberg Government to hold a webinar
Bloomberg Government, in partnership with the National Defense Industrial Association, holds a webinar analyzing Congress’ recent budget deal and ways contractors can position themselves for growth in 2015 entitled, "Defense Trends in the 2015 Budget" on January 15 at 2 pm. Webcast Link
07:53 EDTBoston Security Analysts Society to hold a discussion
Charlotte Beyer, founder of the Institute for Private Investors (IPI) a premier Wealth Management Forum, provides a speech entitled, "The Wealth Management Industry and Improving the Investor-Advisor Relationship" at a meeting being held in Boston on January 15 at 12:15 pm.
07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are a little higher
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07:22 EDTFutures suggest another sharply lower open
U.S. equity futures are pointing to another sharply lower open. The market closed yesterday with broad losses, marking the fourth straight day of declines for the major averages. Investors hoping the earnings season would support the market have been disappointed so far . Bank of America (BAC) today become the latest major company to miss Wall Street estimates. Oil prices have also resumed their decline after rallying late in the day yesterday. Today investors will be watching data on producer prices, manufacturing in New York state, the economy in the Philadelphia area, and natural gas storage.
07:17 EDTStandard & Poor to hold a webinar
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06:54 EDTGerman economic growth accelerated in 2014, Q4, NY Times reports
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06:45 EDTFX Update: EUR-CHF collapsed after SNB gave up the 1.2000 franc cap
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06:40 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY got caught up in the disruptive volatility
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06:22 EDTCurrencyShares Swiss Franc Trust volatility up into Swiss ends exchange-rate-cap
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05:52 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for January 15
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05:45 EDTJanuary front month equity options last day to trade is January 16, 2015
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02:20 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded slightly firmer
FX Update: The dollar traded slightly firmer against the yen and euro, while lost ground to an outperforming Aussie dollar following a much better than expected Australian employment for December. AUD-USD rallied to a three-day peak of 0.8220, extending the recovery from yesterday's low at 0.8068 and contributing to a pretty choppy price action that's unfolded over the last 10 days. Australian employment rose 37.4k, well up on the expected 4.0k rise, and the unemployment rate tumbled to 6.1% from a revised 6.2% in November (was 6.3%). USD-JPY, meanwhile, lifted to a high of 117.94, two pips shy of yesterday's peak, extending the rebound from the low seen yesterday at 116.07. A 1.9% rebound in the Nikkei helped facilitate yen losses, while there was signs that 'Abenomics' policies remain alive and well with news that the BoJ is considering extending two lending programmes set to expire in March, according to Bloomberg sources. EUR-USD saw a slightly downside drift, returning to the 1.1760-70 area, remaining well within yesterday's range. BoE MPC member Sentence repeated the message of Governor Carney from a couple of days ago, downplaying the dive in CPI to 0.5% by arguing that long-term price pressures may not be disinflationary in the UK, and that transitional and long-term factors must be distinguished between.
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