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February 1, 2016
11:10 EDTToday's U.S. reports
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10:45 EDTU.S. construction spending undershot estimates
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10:15 EDTU.S. construction spending rebounded a scant 0.1% in December
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10:15 EDTThe U.S. ISM uptick to 48.2
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields resumed their slide
Treasury Action: yields resumed their slide following fairly tame ISM and construction spending data, which will certainly do little to alter the slow Fed path. The 2-year yield stalled at 0.800% again and eased to 0.790%, while the 10-year yield stalled at 1.95% and pulled back to 1.93%. The long-end is unwinding some of its earlier outperformance, while the short-end remains underwater. The 2s-10s spread is lurking around +114 bp, while the 5s-30s is just inside +140 bp. Stocks opened lower and are looking for some buyers.
10:15 EDTFX Action: The dollar is on session lows
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10:10 EDTU.S. ISM inched up to 48.2 in January from December's 48.0
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10:01 EDTConstruction Spending data reported
December Construction Spending up 0.1% vs. consensus of 0.6% for the month
10:01 EDTISM Mfg Index data reported
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10:00 EDTU.S. construction spending preview:
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09:55 EDTMarket starts February in red as Chinese data weighs on oil
Stock futures were lower throughout the pre-market trading session but they moved off their worst levels. Oil prices remain down about 4% after China reported further weakness in its manufacturing sector. The market's volatility appears ready to continue as investors prepare for a heavy dose of earnings throughout the week, which will see more than 20% of the S&P report. The ISM manufacturing report for the U.S. is due shortly, which may cement the move lower or change the market's tone. Ahead of that data, the Dow is down 132 points, the Nasdaq is down 33 points and the S&P is down 15 points.
09:55 EDTA gaggle of hedge funds has aligned against the yuan
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09:55 EDTU.S. Manufacturing ISM Preview
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09:55 EDTU.S. Markit PMI rose to 52.4 in the final January print
U.S. Markit PMI rose to 52.4 in the final January print, after dipping 1.6 points to 51.2 in December (a 38-month low), though it's not quite as good as the preliminary January of 52.7. And it's still not back to the 53.9 reading a year ago. New orders improved to 53.6 versus 50.2 in December.
09:54 EDTSunTrust lodging analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:46 EDTPMI Manufacturing Index Level data reported
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09:35 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has found support
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09:30 EDTU.S. personal income rose 0.3% with spending unchanged in December
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09:25 EDTTreasury Action: supply is a focal point this week
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09:05 EDTThe U.S. income report undershot estimates
The U.S. income report undershot estimates with a flat nominal consumption figure and a lean 0.1% December rise for "real" spending after November boosts that left a weaker than expected Q4 close for sales than analysts assumed from Friday's Q4 GDP data, though analysts did see a firm 0.3% December personal income gain. The savings rate rebound in December to the same 5.5% also seen in October (was 5.6%) followed a 5.3% (was 5.5%) November figure to leave a climb in the quarterly averages to 5.4% in Q4 from 5.2% in Q3 and 5.0% in Q2, as the resumed oil price downtrend has further boosted the savings rate beyond the surge earlier this year. Our Q1 GDP growth estimate was left at 1.8% after the 0.7% Q4 growth pace reported Friday, though analysts trimmed our Q1 "real" consumption growth forecast to 3.7% from 3.8%, after the 2.2% clip in Q4. In nominal terms, consumption is poised for Q1 growth of just 3.0% (was 3.4%) after a lean 2.3% Q4 clip, with a projected 0.7% Q1 contraction rate for chain prices after the 0.1% Q4 uptick. Analysts expect weak Q1 growth of just 3.6% for income and 3.3% for disposable income after the same growth rates in Q4, but stronger Q3 rates of 5.1% for both.
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