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February 24, 2015
11:55 EDTTreasury's $40 B 4-week bill sale was routine
Treasury's $40 B 4-week bill sale was routine but demand was not as strong as recent offerings. The bill stopped right on the screws at 0.015 %, and is fractionally cheaper than last week's 0.010% award rate. There were $146.1 B in bids for a 3.68 cover, slightly less than last week's 3.75 and the 3.95 for the week before that. Indirect bidders took 35.2%, up from the prior 26.7%. That's the highest since December 30.
11:50 EDTYellen on international factors:
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11:35 EDTYellen said raising rates too soon could risk undermining the recovery
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11:20 EDTYellen on "Audit the Fed":
Yellen on "Audit the Fed": it is critical that the Fed can deliberate on the best way it can meet goals, while GAO reviews in real time might have inhibited Fed actions in the past to tackle inflation. Research has demonstrated that independent central banks perform better and economies are more stable. Otherwise, this would bring short-term political pressure on the Fed, which is already extensively audited. Bottom line - she strongly opposes.
11:05 EDTTreasury Action: Treasury yields have retrenched
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10:55 EDTYellen noted tepid wage growth
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10:40 EDTYellen on inflation index:
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10:38 EDTBarclays industrials analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Analysts provide a weekly industry outlook on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on February 24 at 11 am.
10:25 EDTThe U.S. consumer confidence February drop to 96.4
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10:20 EDTU.S. consumer confidence fell 7.4 points to 96.4 in February
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10:20 EDTU.S. Richmond Fed's manufacturing index fell to 0 in February
U.S. Richmond Fed's manufacturing index fell to 0 in February after dipping 1 point to 6 in January. The employment index dipped to 4 from 5, with the workweek tumbling to -6 from 8. Wages more than doubled to 8 from 3. New order volume declined to -2 from 4. The prices paid index was 0.32% from 0.70% (annualized percent change), with prices received at 0.09% from 0.53%. The 6-month business activity shipment index was steady at 30, with employment at 12 versus 18. The 6-month wage index was 23 from 31. New orders were 24 from 29. The capital expenditures outlook index fell to 27 from 36. The prices paid index was 0.91% from 1.17%, and prices received were 0.48% from 0.82%.
10:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields bolted to session highs
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10:20 EDTFX Action: The dollar moved broadly higher
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10:15 EDTU.S. consumer confidence fell 7.4 points to 96.4 in February
U.S. consumer confidence fell 7.4 points to 96.4 in February after surging 10.7 points to 103.8 in January (revised from 102.9). Declines were registered in both components, unwinding some of the January pop. The present situations index slid to 110.2 from 113.9 (revised from 112.6). The expectations index dropped to 87.2 from 97.0 (revised from 96.4). The labor market differential fell to -5.7 from -3.9 (revised from -5.2). The 12-month inflation index edged up to 5.0% from 4.9% previously (revised from 5.0%).
10:10 EDTFed Chair Yellen: a rate hike is unlikely over the next couple of meetings
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10:09 EDTYellen says oil drop likely a 'significant overall plus'
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said today in testimony to Congress, "While the drop in oil prices will have negative effects on energy producers and will probably result in job losses in this sector, causing hardship for affected workers and their families, it will likely be a significant overall plus, on net, for our economy. Primarily, that boost will arise from U.S. households having the wherewithal to increase their spending on other goods and services as they spend less on gasoline."
10:07 EDTYellen says Fed can be 'patient' for at least next couple of meetings
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09:55 EDTU.S. Markit services PMI climbed to 57.0 in February
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09:50 EDTPMI Services Flash Level data reported
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09:40 EDTYellen Monetary Policy Report preview:
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