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April 22, 2014
08:00 EDTU.S. ICSC Goldman Sachs chain store sales index rose 0.4%
U.S. ICSC Goldman Sachs chain store sales index rose 0.4% in the week ended April 19, rebounding from the 0.3% decline previously. On a y/y basis, sales slowed to 1.9% versus 2.3%. This is disappointing given it was the run up to Easter. Cooler weather apparently offset a modest increase in spending. April sales are forecast to rise 3.5% y/y to 4% y/y.
07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries were steady overnight
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries were steady overnight with the 10-year yield at 2.71%. Bonds were mixed overseas with European markets mostly lower amid a better risk tone, while and JGBs were higher amid declines in Japanese shares. Volume remained light even as all markets were open after the Easter holidays. There wasn't a lot of news. ECB's Coere indicated the Bank has room for more easing. The markets are shrugging off ongoing Ukraine tensions. U.S. data includes March existing home sales, the FHFA home price index for February, the April Richmond Fed manufacturing index, and weekly chain store sales. The Treasury auctions $32 B in 2-year notes to kick off this week's coupon supply. The wi dipped to 0.435% yesterday. Ex Fed Chairman Bernanke will speak on 8 Years of Crisis Management. Fedspeak goes dark, however, ahead of the April 29, 30 FOMC. The NY Fed buys $0.90 B to $1.15 B in bonds.
07:33 EDTFCC to hold a webinar
The FCC's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) holds a webinar on key events and issues related to telecommunications on April 22 at 1 pm. Webcast Link
07:31 EDTCFA Society of Columbus to hold a luncheon meeting
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07:30 EDTEconomic Club of Canada to hold a discussion
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07:26 EDTGoldman to hold a symposium
CEEMEA Consumer Symposium is being held in London, England on April 22-23.
07:25 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:23 EDTFutures quiet in early trading
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07:22 EDTStorage Networking Industry Association to hold a conference
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06:55 EDTFX Update: The USD posted moderate losses
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06:08 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for April 22
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05:47 EDTMay front month equity options last day to trade, May 16, 2014
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02:10 EDTFX Update: Narrow ranges prevailed
FX Update: Narrow ranges prevailed among the main currencies. USD-JPY posted a 102.53-72 range while EUR-USD and Cable flat-lined around 1.3790-95 and 1.6790-95, respectively. AUD-USD managed a modest pop to a 0.9359 peak before settling just below here. Revised leading and coincidence data out of Japan had little impact. Underpinning the Aussie was a report in the Australian Financial Review that the RBA's move from a dovish to as neutral bias back in February caused the government chagrin, and that Treasure Hockey apparently let this be know to the central bank. The RBA is, of course, independent, but the story still stop the markets reacting, albeit moderately. Australian data was also good, with the Conference Board February leading Index rising to +0.3% from 0.2%. Stocks markets were modestly higher in Asia, following Wall Street's lead on the back of good earnings reports from corporate bellwethers.
April 21, 2014
16:33 EDTApril ISM Non-Mfg Index to be released at 10:00
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15:50 EDTU.S. Richmond Fed Preview
U.S. Richmond Fed Preview: The Richmond Fed will be released tomorrow and analysts expect the headline to improve to -1.0 from -7.0 in March. Overall analysts expect minor but continuing improvements in producer sentiment during April as discussed in today's commentary.
15:40 EDTU.S. Existing Home Sales Preview
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15:25 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:45 EDTCanada Wholesale Preview
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14:30 EDTTreasury Action: trading is expected to remain fairly confined
Treasury Action: trading is expected to remain fairly confined until a few key upcoming events are out of the way, the April 29, 30 FOMC, the Advance Q1 GDP numbers on April 30, and the April employment data on May 2, and even then may remain locked inside recent ranges. Of course Ukraine tensions remain a wild card. The 5-year yield is expected to hover either side of 1.70%, having vacillated from 1.44% to 1.79% so far this year. Meanwhile, the 10-year is seen stuck around the 2.70% level. It's rotated down to this level from the 3.0% high to end 2013, but is off the 2.58% low from February 3. The FOMC may turn out to be the most uneventful as the Fed is expected to continue shaving $10 B from its asset purchases, while keeping the rest of its policy stance on hold. GDP may be viewed as old news too. Analysts forecast a slowdown in Q1 GDP to a 1.0% clip from 2.6% in Q4, but growth is expected to rebound to a 3.0% or better pace over the rest of the year. Nonfarm payrolls are expected to improve further and climb 200k.
14:00 EDTAverages modestly higher
The major equity indexes are modestly higher and trading in a tight range as the market looks to log its fifth straight day of gains. Market internals are positive, with advancing stocks leading decliners by 5:4 and up volume leading down volume by about the same margin, and volume is notably light. Crude oil and gold are both roughly flat. The Dow is up 36 points, the S&P 500 is up 5 points, and the Nasdaq is up 19 points.
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