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May 13, 2015
08:45 EDTU.S. import prices slid 0.3% in April, while export prices fell 0.7%
U.S. import prices slid 0.3% in April, while export prices fell 0.7%. The 0.3% decline in March import prices was revised up a bit to -0.2%, while the 0.2% February gain was nudged down to -0.4%. March's 0.1% export price gain was not revised. As for the import side, weakness was broad-based outside of petroleum prices, which rose 1.0%. Excluding petroleum, prices fell 0.4%. Food and beverage prices declined 0.9%. Industrial supplies slipped 0.2% and capital goods were down 0.3%. Import prices with Canada and China were down 0.1%. As for exports, declines were across nearly every category, paced by a 1.5% slide in capital goods. Ag prices fell 0.8%. Excluding ag, export prices dropped 0.7%.
08:40 EDTFX Action: The dollar fell
FX Action: The dollar fell after the weak retail sales outcome, and the drop in import prices. EUR-USD rallied to 1.1280 from under 1.1230, as USD-JPY dove toward 119.35 from 119.65. Equity futures remain higher, though off their best levels, while Treasury yields dipped.
08:40 EDTU.S. retail sales were flat in April, and rose 0.1% excluding autos
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08:35 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD stayed down overnight
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08:35 EDTU.S. equities angling higher ahead
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08:33 EDTFutures remain higher following sales data
Stock futures remain modestly higher following the release of the advance retail sales data for the month of April. The report showed that retail sales broke even overall versus expectations of a 0.2% increase. Excluding autos and gas, the core reading was up 0.2% versus expectations of a 0.6% gain.
08:20 EDTU.S. Retail Sales Preview
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08:20 EDTU.S. Import and Export Prices Preview
U.S. Import and Export Prices Preview: April trade price data will kick off the month's inflation data. Analysts expect to see import prices up 0.7% (median 0.2%) with export prices down by -0.2%. This follows March figures of -0.3% for imports and 0.1% for export prices. Petroleum prices had been holding down the import price index through the winter before finally posting gains in February and March, a trend that should continue in April.
08:05 EDTFCC Downloadable Security Technology Advisory Committee holds meeting
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08:01 EDTSEC Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee to hold a meeting
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08:00 EDTU.S. MBA mortgage market index sank 3.5%
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07:45 EDTThe Cato Institute holds a discussion on why securities regulations fail
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07:42 EDTHouse Transportation & Infrastructure Committee to hold a hearing
The Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials holds a hearing entitled, "The 35th Anniversary of the Staggers Rail Act: Railroad Deregulation Past, Present and Future" with acting Chairman Miller of the Surface Transportation Board on May 13 at 10 am. Webcast Link
07:39 EDTHouse Financial Services Committee to hold a hearing
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07:37 EDTFDA Blood Products Advisory Committee to hold a meeting
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07:32 EDTFutures suggest slight market bounce
Stock futures are suggesting a slight bounce after the euro zone reported its fastest quarterly growth rate in nearly two years. Experts are saying that oil price tailwinds are helping the euro zone's economy. The bad news is that Greece has fallen back into a recession. Growth in China slowed once again, suggesting that Beijing will launch further stimulus measures. Today U.S. Investors will be watching advance retail sales figures and the weekly Department of Energy inventory reports.
07:30 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are slightly higher
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07:30 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude rallied
Energy Action: NYMEX crude rallied after the N.Y. close on Tuesday, as the API reported a second consecutive fall in domestic crude stocks. The contract peaked at $61.58 after the data, and remained above the $61 mark into the N.Y. open. The move came despite an IEA report, which suggested global supplies continued to outstrip demand. RBPB gasoline meanwhile, remained firm, reclaiming the $2 handle, and peaking over $2.05/gallon. Natural gas futures were steady near $2.89/M BTU.
07:25 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: EUR-USD stayed firm in the aftermath of EU GDP data. where France surprisingly outpaced Germany on the growth front. Sterling meanwhile, took a hit following the BoE's growth outlook downgrade, as USD-JPY remained in familiar territory in a tight trading range.. USD-CAD stayed under 1.2000 in London, as oil prices steadied near the top of their recent trading range. The U.S. calendar reveals April retail sales and April import/export prices, both at 8:30 EDT, followed by March business inventories at 10:00 EDT, and weekly EIA petroleum inventory data at 10:30 EDT.
07:24 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
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