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January 28, 2015
08:15 EDTThe U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission holds a hearing
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08:00 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar largely consolidated Tuesday's moves, as positions were pared into this afternoon's FOMC policy announcement. EUR-USD steadied in the mid 1.13's, as USD-JPY traded either side of 118.00. USD-CAD found support on weaker oil prices, though cable maintained its recent bid, holding near 1.5200. Equity futures indicate a firmer Wall Street open, helped by positive earnings reports from Apple, yahoo and Boeing. Yields are a touch softer. The calendar is bare but for weekly EIA petroleum inventory at 10:30 EST, and of course the FOMC announcement at 14:00 EST.
07:40 EDTU.S. MBA mortgage market index sank 3.2%
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07:36 EDTSenate Budget Committee to hold a hearing
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07:35 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are modestly higher
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are modestly higher, having pared overnight losses. The 10-year yield traded narrowly around 1.80%. European bonds are trying to rebound too, but are still slightly underwater, while Asian bonds closed in the red. Note that Greek yields have soared amid worries over the new government. Eurogroup head Dijsselbloem, who is set to meet Tsirpas Thursday, said that ongoing support from Europe requires efforts from Greece and "the message 'analysts want your support but not your conditions' won't fly." European bourses are mostly lower with U.S. shares mixed, despite blowout earnings news from Apple. Market focus is now turning to the FOMC announcement at 14:00 ET (there is no press conference). The Fed is widely expected to maintain its "patient" approach to rate normalization. Also, the bond market will have to bid on $26 B in 2-year notes and $15 B in 2-year FRNs before the policy announcement (the auctions were moved from Tuesday due to storm "Juno"). The MBA reported mortgage applications fell 3.2% for the January 23 week. The only other data today includes weekly oil inventories. Earnings reports today include Facebook, Boeing, General Dynamics, and Wynn Resorts.
07:15 EDTCFA Society of Cleveland to hold a luncheon meeting
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07:11 EDTMaxim to hold a conference
Drug Pricing & Reimbursement Conference is being held in New York on January 28.
06:40 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded steady-to-softer
FX Update: The dollar traded steady-to-softer into the Fed announcement. EUR-USD oscillated between 1.1332 and 1.1382. The market ignored an above-forecast German consumer confidence reading today, and the rebound tone of yesterday is absent today, though there seems to be a feeling that the euro has managed to build a toehold after making an 11-year low at 1.1098 on Monday. USD-JPY dipped below 117.70 in Europe after oscillating in a narrow range around 118.00 during Tokyo trade. Selling in EUR-JPY drove the move (EUR-USD was concomitantly lower), with the cross down 95 pips after logging a new rebound high of 134.35. AUD-USD made a five-day peak of 0.8025 after Australian Q4 CPI data. Elsewhere, the SGD dove sharply after Singapore's MAS unexpectedly cut the slope of monetary policy band.
06:36 EDTChinese growth target to be lowest in 11 years, Reuters says
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06:17 EDTS&P lowers Atlantic City, NJ GO debt rating to BB from BBB+
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services yesterday lowered its general obligation rating on Atlantic City, NJ, four notches to 'BB' from 'BBB+' and placed it on CreditWatch with negative implications. The downgrade reflects S&P's view of the state's recent appointment, by executive order, of an Emergency Manager and Emergency Manager Advisor within the state's Department of Community Affairs, Division of Local Governments. The order requires the Emergency Manager to prepare and recommend a plan, within 60 days, to place Atlantic City's finances in stable condition and provides the explicit authority to use any and all lawful means, including restructuring the city's operations and adjusting its debts to achieve that aim. "The implementation of an Emergency Manager signals to Standard & Poor's that the state does not view the city as capable of resolving its challenges without outside intervention; in our view, third-party intervention is often more draconian than the actions taken to date and has a greater likelihood of being detrimental to bondholders," said Standard & Poor's credit analyst Lindsay Wilhelm. The CreditWatch placement reflects S&P's expectation that the Emergency Manager's plan, which is due within the next 60 days, should provide additional clarity on the path that the city and state might pursue to stabilize the city's finances and it will monitor the impact that the plan may have on the city's bonded debt.
06:13 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for January 28
Globex S&P futures are recently down 0.50 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 up 0.15%, DAX down 0.36%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $45.29, natural gas down 2.75%, gold at $1288 an ounce, copper up.81%.
05:54 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for January 28
Globex S&P futures are recently down 0.50 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 up 0.15%, DAX down 0.36%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $45.29, natural gas down 2.75%, gold at $1288 an ounce, copper up.81%.
05:49 EDTFebruary front month equity options last day to trade is February 20, 2015
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04:35 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY dipped below 117.70
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02:15 EDTFX Update: The AUD and SGD were the main shows in town
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January 27, 2015
17:10 EDT 4-Week Bill Auction to be released at 11:30
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16:17 EDTWeek of 2/7 Redbook to be released at 08:55
15:20 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: The earnings bubble was burst on a number of company reports by Tuesday as the plunge in energy prices and dollar rally last year finally caught up with several multi-nationals. Combined with heaviness in Europe and uncertainty over Greek leadership choices, along with a poor run of durable goods data, this proved toxic for Wall Street as it dug out of its snow storm. The surge in consumer confidence and new home sales provided some solace, but was largely overlooked. Looming Apple earnings after the close proved a greater inducement to short-covering on stocks that dictated a similar pattern on Treasury yields even as the FOMC began its debate of the state of the economic union.
14:30 EDTTreasury Action: yields couldn't get enough traction
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13:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY pulled up just short of the 118.00 mark
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