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November 19, 2014
07:07 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a workshop
2014 Global Foreign Exchange Workshop is being held in Washington, D.C. on November 19.
06:45 EDTFX Update: The Aussie and yen underperformed
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06:05 EDTNovember front month equity options last day to trade is November 21, 2014
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05:55 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for November 19
Globex S&P futures are recently down 2.30 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 down 0.32%, DAX up 0.36%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $74.69, natural gas up 0.47%, gold at $1198 an ounce, copper up 0.28%.
03:05 EDTBoJ Governor Kuroda sounded dovish
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03:00 EDTBoJ Governor Kuroda sounded dovish
BoJ Governor Kuroda sounded dovish in his post-meeting press conference, which of course was to be expected following last month's out-of-the-blue expansion of the QQE program. He said that "there is a chance core CPI will fall below one percent," and for how long "depends on various conditions at the time," and that "last month's monetary easing was purely aimed at ensuring that our price target will be achieved." At the same time he downplayed the unexpected negative outcome of Q3 GDP by stressing that impact of the April sales tax hike "is subsiding as a whole," and that "companies are maintaining their upbeat investment stance against the background of robust profits." He avoided criticising the government's decision to delay a second sales tax hike, but noted that "it's important for Japan as a nation to maintain market trust in its finances."
02:05 EDTFX Action: Another day, another seven-year high in USD-JPY
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00:05 EDTJapan all industry index rose 1.0% m/m in September
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November 18, 2014
23:35 EDTBoJ maintained it ultra easing posture,
BoJ maintained it ultra easing posture, as expected, following the surprise stimulus in October. However, the Board voted 8-1 in favor of the decision this time, compared to the 5-4 tally in October. The BoJ statement noted that "Japan's economy has continued to recover moderately as a trend," though that seems a bit outdated after the contraction in Q3 GDP which put the nation into recession. Core CPI is expected to hold around its current level for the time being, according to the policy statement, while inflation expectations are seen rising longer term. However, it was also indicated that the potential for prolonged low-inflation in Europe is a risk, The Bank will monitor risks and adjust policy as appropriate.
22:26 EDT New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley Speech to be released at 10:00
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22:26 EDT Federal Reserve Gov. Daniel Tarullo Speech to be released at 09:30
16:15 EDTU.S. TIC data showed foreign accounts sold $55.6 B in net U.S. assets
U.S. TIC data showed foreign accounts sold $55.6 B in net U.S. assets in September, from a downwardly revised $44.8 B in August (was $74.5 B). However, overseas accounts also purchased $164.3 B in net long-term assets versus August's $52.1 B. There was relatively heavy demand across asset classes, with accounts nearly doubling their purchases of Treasury coupons, buying $48.1 B versus $25.7 B previously. Foreigners bought $20.7 B in corporate bonds after dumping $7.3 B in August, while they also picked up $21.0 B in agency bonds, and $4.4 B in stocks. Foreign official accounts reduced their holdings of Treasury coupon s by $17.4 B, with Japan the largest seller at $9.0 B, followed by Thailand (-$7.3 B) and Belgium (-$6.0 B). France and oil exporters were the biggest buyers of Treasuries in September at $13.3 B and $11.9 B, respectively.
16:03 EDTTreasury International Capital Foreign Demand for Long-Term U.S. Securities data reported
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16:03 EDTWeek of 11/29 Redbook to be released at 08:55
16:03 EDTWeek of 11/29 ICSC-Goldman Store Sales to be released at 07:45
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:25 EDTFOMC Minutes awaited for more clarity on the rate trajectory
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13:50 EDTFed's Kocherlakota reiterated he doesn't see inflation hitting 2% until 2018
Fed's Kocherlakota reiterated he doesn't see inflation hitting 2% until 2018, largely repeating prior comments in today's speech titled "Clarifying the Objectives of Monetary Policy." He believes the FOMC should be clear that its inflation objective is "symmetric." And secondly he believes the FOMC "should consider articulating a benchmark two-year time horizon for returning inflation to the 2% goal. Remember, Kocherlakota dissented at the October 29 meeting because of the inflation outlook as he thought the policy statement was consistent with other interpretations of price stability, not just the two-year time horizon.
13:45 EDTU.S. dollar swap spreads narrowed a bit today
U.S. dollar swap spreads narrowed a bit today, though the movement has been pretty glacial like the rest of the markets so far. Heavy corporate issuance continues this week and may be contributing to near-term widening, though that may relent by the end of the week, according to sources. The 2-year swap spread narrowed fractionally to +21.5 bp (mid) from earlier wides near +21.8 bp, compared to +22 bp levels earlier in the week. This was a little more obvious on the 5-year spread, which hit 2-month narrows of +12.25 bp (mid) before nudging back out to +12.75 bp compared to October 16 wides of +21.5 bp. Likewise, the 10-year swap spread probed 2-month narrows of +11.25 bp (mid) vs +12.25 bp session wides, also well in from +16.75 bp in mid-October. Against this trend there has been some talk of "fast money" wideners as well, but time will tell.
12:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has been range bound
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