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January 29, 2016
16:25 EDTFed's Williams is optimistic on the economy
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15:40 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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15:33 EDT Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Rob Kaplan Speech to be released at 09:45
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15:33 EDTExport Prices data reported.
January Export Prices at % for the month.
15:33 EDTImport Prices data reported.
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15:10 EDTU.S. Manufacturing ISM Preview
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15:10 EDTU.S. Personal Income Preview
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14:40 EDTTreasury Action: supply is light next week with just bills on tap
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14:40 EDTNY Fed's 3-day reverse repo totaled $114.6 B with 62 counterparties
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14:05 EDTAction Economics Survey results: What a month!
Action Economics Survey results: What a month! Thank you BoJ for your surprise rate cut into negative territory, joining the ECB, SNB, Sweden and Denmark in the netherworld. Bond and stock bulls are on the run. Thank you Mario Draghi for promising "significant" liquidity injections ahead. Thank you FOMC for suggesting you've lost confidence that inflation will pick up to the 2% objective over the medium term. And thank you Fed for removing the balance of risks from your outlook, so analysts can remove that question from our survey. Meanwhile, a weaker than expected Q4 GDP report capped off an already dismal January, in terms of economic news, and the poor tone seems to have permeated outlooks for upcoming data. The Median estimate shows a 198k rise in January nonfarm payrolls (versus 292k in December), with a 3k drop in manufacturing jobs. ISMs are expected to be little changed to lower. As a result of the data, the actions by the BoJ, as well as the Fed's dovish spin, most have pushed back their expectations for another Fed rate hike as soon as March. <?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
13:55 EDTStocks move to session highs in broad advance
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13:40 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has pulled back
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13:20 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude largely shrugged off
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13:10 EDTDallas Fed's moderate Kaplan said more time is needed
Dallas Fed's moderate Kaplan said more time is needed to assess the global situation was the take-away message from the FOMC this week. While the Fed has not downgraded forecasts, it needs to better understand the effect on the U.S. and that's a good reason to be patient on policy given that financial conditions have tightened. Sounds like Kaplan's not fighting the market interpretation of recent events, leaning with patience on normalization for now. He's speaking in an unspecified interview. In the meantime stocks continue to ramp higher after the BoJ NIRP, keeping a floor under yields into month-end.
13:08 EDTBaker-Hughes Rig Count N. Amer. data reported
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12:15 EDTWill Fed hawks counter-attack?
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11:00 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude has fallen $1/bbl
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10:45 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures trundled higher
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10:40 EDTToday's U.S. reports
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10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields remain above lows
Treasury Action: yields remain above lows and there's been little additional reaction to the downward revision on final U. Michigan sentiment, which contrasted the usual tendency for upward revision on this report. The 2-year yield remains over 0.79% from 0.765% session lows, while the T-note yield is holding over 1.95% from a probe of 1.91% earlier. Stocks are feeling their oats into month-end and this is keeping a floor under yields after the overnight plunge.
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