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September 29, 2015
08:05 EDTU.S. equities have rebounded
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07:55 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to lower
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to lower after unwinding overnight gains. The 10-year note tested 2.05% as Asian equities were sunk by the plunge in North American and European stocks Monday. Japan's Nikkei dropped over 4%, with China's Shanghai off 2%. Of note, the RBI cut rates 50 bps; 25 bps was the risk. Stronger than forecast Eurozone ESI confidence data and U.K. mortgage lending and CBI sales figures helped stocks recover in Europe, with spillover to the U.S. Also German state and Spaniish inflatrion data point to a decline in the HICP figure. That's adding to hopes for more ECB stimulus. There isn't a lot of U.S. data today. The July S&P/Case-Shiller home price index is on tap, along with September consumer confidence and weekly chain store sales. But the wait is on for the nonfarm payrolls figures (Friday).
07:55 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:35 EDTFX Update: The dollar rebounded
FX Update: The dollar rebounded from lows seen against its G3 peers during a firmly risk-off session in Asia as investor spirits revived in European trade. EUR-USD ebbed to the low 1.12s after logging a five-year peak of 1.1281 in early Europe. A bigger than expected deflation reading in Spanish HICP data, and German state figures pointing to a risk that German HICP might dip into negative territory, elicited euro selling as the data gives talking-down-the-currency ammunition to the ECB. These inflation numbers offset an unexpected rise in the September Eurozone ESI confidence survey headline, which in any case predates the VW emissions crisis. USD-JPY recovered to the 120.00 area after clocking a five-day low at 119.24 in Tokyo. The pair continues to been gravitationally pulled to the 120.0 level, which has been a pattern in play for over a month now. Sterling only managed limited gains following a much better than expected CBI distributive sales report and forecast-smashing mortgage lending data out of the UK. See summary
07:04 EDTFutures pointing to higher open despite overnight selloff in Asia
Stock index futures are pointing toward a higher open for the broader market, despite the weak stock trading seen in Asia overnight. In China, the Shanghai composite index slid 2% while in Japan the Nikkei dropped 4%, erasing year-to-date gains in the process. In the U.S., investors will receive the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index for July as well as a consumer confidence reading for September. In early pre-market trading, Dow futures are 75 points above fair value, Nasdaq futures are 26 points above fair value and S&P futures are 10 points above fair value.
05:46 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for September 29
Globex S&P futures are recently up 6.00 from previous day's SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 down 4.05%, Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 Index down 2.97%, DAX down 0.30%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $44.81, natural gas down 0.37%, gold at $1125 an ounce, copper up 0.20%.
05:05 EDTOctober front month equity options last day to trade is October 16, 2015
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02:55 EDTFX Update: Risk has been most distinctly been off
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September 28, 2015
21:15 EDTSF Fed's Williams said the FOMC should start to normalize
SF Fed's Williams said the FOMC should start to normalize if things stay on track this year. The decision two weeks ago was very close, and so it wouldn't take much to come to a different conclusion. He expects a hike should be appropriate later this year, and that the pace would be gradual over the next few years. This view is consistent with many others on the Committee, and with our forecast for a December move. But remember Williams voted for the consensus to delay a hike and remain on hold at 0% to 0.15%.
16:25 EDTU.S. Consumer Confidence Preview
U.S. Consumer Confidence Preview: September consumer confidence is out Tuesday and is expected to decline to 97.0 (median 97.0) from 101.5 in August. Other measures of confidence have already declined in September with Michigan Sentiment falling to 87.2 from 91.9 in August and the IBD/TIPP poll dropping to 42.0 from 46.9 in August.
15:14 EDTProShares Ultra Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF volatility at 52-week high
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15:11 EDTSPDR S&P Biotech ETF volatility at 52-week high
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:30 EDTMore from Fed dove Evans: the Fed is closer to a rate hike
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14:20 EDTCanada IPPI Preview
Canada IPPI Preview: Analysts expect the industrial product price index, due Tuesday, to fall 1.0% m/m in August after the 0.7% gain in July. A 3.6% m/m drop in the CPI's gasoline price index drives our projection for a pull-back in the IPPI. The Canadian dollar depreciated (on a month average basis) in August, which should partly offset the gasoline price drag. The IPPI is expected to post a -1.2% y/y rate of decline in August after the 0.1% rise in July. The RMPI is projected to fall 7.0% in August, driven lower by the price of oil.
14:05 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY suffered from lower yields
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13:15 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: the calendar is thin
U.S. corporate bond update: the calendar is thin and issuers remain cautious given the bearish environment in stocks and commodities and the advent of month-end. Sweden is selling benchmark 3-year notes. Santander Holdings has a 3- and 5-year offering on the docket. And WEA Finance plans a 5- and 10-yewar. Also Peco Energy announced a $350 M 10-yewar, and PPL Electric Utilities has a $350 M 30-year. CBL Associates is selling $300 M in 3-year notes. Sources say the calendar is building for next week. Some $30 B priced last week, despite the volatility in the markets.
13:05 EDTU.S. equity losses are really stacking up
U.S. equity losses are really stacking up even after the close of Europe, which settled 2.37% lower as measured by the Euro Stoxx 50, snubbing the usual bottom-fishing bounce after the European close. NASDAQ is pacing the move lower with a 2.5% drop thanks to renewed selling in the biotech sector that has spread more broadly to tech, with the S&P 500 off 1.8% and well below the 1,900 psych level after investor Carl Icahn earlier turned defensive in a very public letter, calling for risk of market collapse. The Dow is 1.6% lower in fast trade as well, with Goldman -3.7%, NIKE -3.1% and Visa -2.9% among the deepest decliners. This has fed back into the vicious circle on commodities as the RJ/CRB index drops 1.5% to 193.30, while WTI crude is 2.4% lower near $44.60 bbl. Even risk hedge gold is off at $1,133 compared to session highs of $1,147 as liquidation begets more selling. Treasury yields are back at lows and the dollar index is about 0.25% lower and back under 96.0.
12:55 EDTTreasury Option Action: more detail on earlier call flows
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12:50 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude is on session lows
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