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November 20, 2015
13:25 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude popped to session highs
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13:10 EDTBaker-Hughes Rig Count U.S. data reported
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12:45 EDTU.S. equities have cooled off
U.S. equities have cooled off after their morning gains, capped as oil and commodities stall out after the squeeze in industrial metals overnight. The dollar index rebounded over 99.50 as Fedspeak from Dudley and Bullard is keeping a lift-off in December as a likelihood, setting it up for another go at 100.00 next week and gold has dropped back to $1,077 as a result. After their rally, the major indices appear to be stalling out, though Europe closed marginally firmer as the Euro Stoxx 50 gained 0.17%. Nike paced the gains in the Dow with a 4.7% rally following its buyback and split, amid short-covering on UnitedHealth +1.9% and Intel +1.6%. On the downside are Chevron -1.5%, AMEX -0.7% and Microsoft -0.6%.
11:50 EDTNY Fed dove Dudley expects the economy to do "ok"
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11:35 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: only 2 issues are on the docket today
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11:25 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD was not too impressed
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11:01 EDTKansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level data reported
November Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level at 1
10:20 EDTTreasury Action: Treasury auctions $90 B in coupons next week
Treasury Action: Treasury auctions $90 B in coupons next week, along with an FRN, and the issues should need to cheapen to see a decent bid, especially the shorter notes. The offerings include a $26 B 2-year note on Monday, a $35 B 5-year note Tuesday, as well as the $13 B 2-year FRN reopening, and a $29 B 7-year note Wednesday. The auctions were advanced from their usual timing due to Thursday's Thanksgiving Day holiday and short set-up time and the light volume during the week may make for sloppy auctions. Also, the likely Fed tightening in December may limit demand. On the other hand, foreign accounts should provide a lot of support, especially with more easing expected from the ECB in December which should further widen spreads to Treasuries. The wi 2-year trades at 0.915% which would be the highest award rate since April 2010, but it might not be cheap enough with a Fed hike on the way. The wi 5-year is at 1.67%, and the 7-year at 2.01%, which would be the highest since June and July, respectively.
10:09 EDTMarket on pace to close week with four out of five winning sessions
Stock futures were firm during the pre-market session, leading to a higher open for the broader market. If early levels hold, the market can end the week on a positive note as it begins to look forward to next week's holiday followed by the Black Friday shopping day. The economic calendar will be quiet today, but investors will continue to monitor the latest terror situation, which occurred in Mali last night. In early trading, the Dow is up 149 points, the Nasdaq is up 25 points and the S&P is up 13 points.
10:01 EDT Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans Speech to be released at 12:45
09:55 EDTQ&A from Bullard: less forward guidance is anticipated
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09:40 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures strip resumed flattening
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09:30 EDTJPMorgan economists/strategists hold analyst/industry conference call
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09:25 EDTSt. Louis Fed centrist Bullard largely repeated remarks
St. Louis Fed centrist Bullard largely repeated remarks made at a prepared speech on November 6, according to headlines, leaving any Q&A tape bombs as the only risk from here. Previously he spoke in the wake of the "very good" October jobs report that day, effectively a sign of full employment, noting that the case for lift-off was compelling and would show confidence in the economy. Once the dollar and oil stabilize he anticipated inflation targeting 2% with potential wage gains ahead given employment trends. For more detail, see our Fedspeak file.
09:10 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD initially rallied
FX Action: USD-CAD initially rallied following the mix of Canadian data, where the soft retail sales were the initial driver. Slightly warmer than expected CPI data however, offset, resulting in the pairing's slip lower. From 1.3320, USD-CAD popped to intra day highs of 1.3339 before falling back to 1.3283 intra day lows. The paring has since recovered the 1.33 handle, as the market again eyes oil prices, which have softened from overnight highs.
08:34 EDTFort Smith Chamber of Commerce holds a breakfast meeting
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08:30 EDTCanada Retail Sales Preview
Canada Retail Sales Preview: Analysts expect retail sales to fall 0.1% m/m in September (median +0.2%) after the 0.5% gain in August. The ex-autos sales aggregate is seen falling 0.4% m/m (median same at -0.4%) versus the flat reading in August, as a 7.9% plunge in gasoline prices drives both measures lower.
08:30 EDTEnergy Action: January NYMEX crude trades at $41.50
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08:25 EDTCanada CPI Preview
Canada CPI Preview: Analysts expect CPI to slow to a 0.9% y/y pace in October (median +1.0%) following the 1.0% y/y growth rate in September as lower gasoline prices again exert a drag. CPI is seen falling 0.1% on a month comparable basis in October after the 0.2% drop in September. Core CPI is projected to grow at a 2.1% y/y pace in October (median same at +2.1%), matching the 2.1% in September. The BoC's core CPI index is seen rising 0.3% m/m in October, a bit stronger than the 0.2% gains seen in August and September.
08:20 EDTU.S. equities are again firmer
U.S. equities are again firmer in the face of terrorism, weaker data and more dovish signals from ECB's Draghi, which left European bourses mildly firmer after a muted Asian session. 170 hostages were taken at the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali, though 80 have since been freed by special forces. Yet oil is another 1% lower, near $40 on WTI. The Dow is 75-points firmer, S&P climbed 6-points and NASDAQ is 12-points firmer ahead of the opening gong (after being dented Thursday by UnitedHealth's threat to opt-out of the costly ACA). This followed gains in Europe on the Euro Stoxx 50 of 0.12% and 0.3% on the German DAX, while the French CAC is flat. In Asia, Japan's Nikkei gained only 0.1% and the Shanghai Comp rose 0.37%, though the HK Hang Seng jumped 1.01%. Nike surged over 4% after announcing a $12 B stock buyback and 2-for-1 split. Intuit rallied 12% after beating estimates and Square tacked on another 3% after its IPO. Fedspeak from Bullard and Dudley is on tap later.
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