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August 20, 2015
10:30 EDTEIA Natural Gas Storage Change for the week ending August 14
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10:30 EDTThe Philly Fed August bounce to 8.3
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10:25 EDTU.S. leading indicators dropped 0.2% to 123.3 in July
U.S. leading indicators dropped 0.2% to 123.3 in July, from 123.6 in June. This is the second decline in the index this year, and is only the third monthly slip in the last 19 months. And only 2 components made negative contributions, paced by building permits (-0.54%), with stock prices also lower (-0.01%). Seven components increased, led by the yield curve spread (0.24%).
10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved briefly higher
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10:15 EDTU.S. existing home sales rose 2.0% to a 5.590 M clip in July
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained relatively subdued
Treasury Action: yields remained relatively subdued relative to the upside surprises on the Philly Fed and existing home sales, though the LEI dropped. The T-note yield is consolidating near 2.10% compared to earlier lows of 2.09%, with little cause to revisit 2.23% pre-FOMC minutes highs. The 2s-10s spread has narrowed to +143 bp compared to wides over +150 bp earlier in the week. The 5-year yield has slumped to 1.48% and the cash bond yield to 2.77%. The long-end is pacing the move, playing catch-up to the short-end outperformance yesterday.
10:10 EDTU.S. Philly Fed index rose 2.6 points to 8.3 in August
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10:03 EDTLeading Indicators data reported
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10:03 EDTExisting Home Sales data reported
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10:03 EDTPhiladelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey General Conditions Index data reported
August Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey General Conditions Index at 8.3 vs. consensus of 7.5
09:55 EDTU.S. Philadelphia Fed Index Preview
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09:55 EDTU.S. Existing Home Sales Preview
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09:55 EDTU.S. Leading Indicators Preview
U.S. Leading Indicators Preview: The July leading indicators index is expected to decline 0.2% (median 0.2%) following a 0.6% increase in June. Recent strength in housing permits has lent strength to the index, but the unwind revealed in the July housing starts report will likely pull the LEI down from recent strength.
09:46 EDTBloomberg Consumer Comfort Index Level data reported
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09:39 EDTCanaccord energy analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Analysts, along with Key Opinion Leader Jim Krane, PhD, journalist and Gulf correspondent for the Associated Press in Dubai, discuss energy geopolitics on the Middle East, oil supply and demand, consumption and exports on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on August 27 at 11:30 am.
09:35 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are consolidating
Euro$ interest rate futures are consolidating their windfall following the FOMC minutes yesterday, which saw the short-dated rate contract surge to the highest level (lowest implied yield) in over a month. The December 2015 contract is flat at 99.50 (0.500% implied) vs yesterday's low of 99.455 (0.545%). The nearby deferred contracts are all slightly lower by about 0.5-1.0 ticks, while the deeper deferreds are 0.5-1.0 ticks firmer as the market digests recent moves. Note, that Bloomberg is reporting Citi analyst William Lee saying the market "got it all wrong" and the Fed will still hike in September.
09:33 EDTUBS analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:26 EDTBroader market lower as slide continues
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09:15 EDTFX Action: USD CAD topped out at 1.3176
FX Action: USD CAD topped out at 1.3176 in London trade, with the peak coinciding with the lows in oil prices overnight. The pairing has since fallen back to 1.3076 lows, as Canadian wholesale data came in much better than expected, and as NYMEX crude has rebounded to $41.49 highs. Gold has bounced to one-month highs over $1,143/ounce, also positive for the CAD. Bigger picture however, with China continuing to swoon, and not much more than a short covering backed rally supporting commodities, analysts look for USD-CAD to eventually trade above its trend high of 1.3213 seen in early August.
09:10 EDTU.S. equities remained on the back foot
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