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January 28, 2016
08:45 EDTU.S. durable goods orders dropped 5.1% in December
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields took a fresh dive
Treasury Action: yields took a fresh dive following the slump in durable goods orders and jobless claims. It would be hard to imagine that the 5.1% drop in volatile durables wasn't compounded by Boeing-style orders issues, which the -1.2% ex-transport reading seems to confirm, while drop in claims was close to expectations. The 2-year yield declined further after veering from 0.90% into the Fed yesterday, easing to 0.82%, while the T-note yield gapped under 1.99% from the 2.01% area. That's left the 2s-10s spread near +116 bp. Stocks are in shallow positive territory.
08:42 EDTFutures mixed ahead of open
Stock futures have traded on both sides of the flat line this morning and are mixed with less than an hour to go until the opening bell. Amid the multitude of earnings reports this morning, some economic data was just released as well. Initial jobless claims were 278K last week, versus the expected 281K, while continuing claims were 2.26M, versus the expected 2.21M. Durable goods orders were down 5.1% in December, versus expectations for a decrease of 0.7%. The core reading, which removes transportation items, was down 1.2%, versus expectations for a decline of 0.1%. In early pre-market trading, Dow futures are 13 points below fair value, Nasdaq futures are 29 points above fair value and S&P futures are 1 point above fair value.
08:40 EDTU.S. initial jobless claims fell 16k to 278k in the week ended January 23
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08:37 EDTJobless Claims data reported
Week of 1/23 Jobless Claims at 278K vs. consensus of 285K
08:20 EDTU.S. initial jobless claims preview:
U.S. initial jobless claims preview: jobless claims are expected to sink 13k to 280k (median 280k) in the week-ended January 23. Continuing claims are expected to fall to 2,195k for the week-ended January 16. Forecast risk is upward for claims as layoffs from holiday hiring could boost them. preview.
08:10 EDTFed funds are opening at 0.38%, matching yesterday's effective rate
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08:05 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar remained firm against the yen ahead of Friday's BoJ meeting, as speculation for further stimulus moves remains in force. EUR-USD meanwhile, is back over 1.09, with the market largely pricing out a March Fed rate hike. Today's calendar includes weekly jobless claims, which analysts expect will dip to 280k from 293k. December durable orders are seen unchanged, as they were in November, while the December pending home sales index is forecast to rise to 107.8 from the prior 106.9. The Treasury will auction 7-year notes.
08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: the morning after the FOMC's steady stance
Treasury Market Outlook: the morning after the FOMC's steady stance, Treasuries are little changed, having pared overnight declines. The 2-year yield is at 0.83%, with the 10-year at 2.00%. Trading was light. European sovereigns are higher. The 10-year German Bund rate slipped over 4 bps to 0.40%. Stocks have turned lower as Asia followed the 222 point drop in the Dow yesterday and the Shanghai Comp posted a 2.9% drop. Core European bourses are down over 1.0%. Data showed Japanese retail sales falling 1.1% y/y, UK Q4 GDP sped up to a 0.5% pace from 0.4%, EMU confidence fell, and German state inflation pointed to an increase in the national HICP reading. In the U.S. today's calendar includes weekly jobless claims, December durable orders, and December pending home sales index. The Treasury will auction 7-year notes. The earnings calendar is loaded and includes Abbott Labs, Airgas, Alibaba, Altria, Amazon, AutoNation, Avnet, Baker-Hughes, Bristol-Myers, Caterpillar, Celgene, Deutsche Bank, Eastman Chemical, Electronic Arts, Eli Lilly, Harley-Davidson, Hershey, Invesco, JetBlue, Johnson controls, Lear Corp., Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Nucor, Raytheon, T. Rowe Price, Blackstone Group, Time-Warner, Valero Energy, Visa, and Xcel Energy.
07:55 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: the morning after the FOMC's steady stance
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07:39 EDTCFA Society of Minnesota holds their annual economic dinner
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07:37 EDTCFA Society of Washington, D.C. holds a luncheon meeting
Discussion of the implications of the U.S.. Labor Dept's proposed fiduciary rule and the implications for the investment industry is being held in Washington, D.C. on January 28 at 12 pm.
07:25 EDTFCC to hold an open commission meeting
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07:18 EDTFutures lower as investors digest corporate earnings
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07:10 EDTFX Update: The dollar traded mixed
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07:03 EDTJPMorgan to hold a conference
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05:30 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for January 28
Globex S&P futures are recently up 11.20 from previous day's SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 down 0.71%, Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 Index down 2.16%, DAX down 0.32%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $32.69, natural gas down 1.01%, gold at $1118 an ounce, copper down 0.31%.
05:27 EDTFebruary front month equity options last day to trade is February 19, 2016
02:50 EDTFX Update: The dollar has traded softer to mixed
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January 27, 2016
21:30 EDTAsia/Australia/NZ Economic Data Round-Up
Asia/Australia/NZ Economic Data Round-Up: Japan retail sales disappointed, as sales fell 1.1% y/y in December after the 1.1% drop in November. A small gain was expected (analysts saw +0.1%). Retail sales dipped 0.2% m/m in December after the 2.5% drop in November. Sales at large retailers were flat on a annual basis in December after a 1.6% drop in November, again undershooting projections for a modest improvement. The softness in consumer spending joins recent yen strength and global financial market volatility as factors pressuring the BoJ to ease policy in the two day meeting that began Thursday. Analysts expect they will remain in wait and see mode until March at the earliest, but recent data and events could accelerate easing moves. There was good news out of the Philippines, where GDP accelerated to a 6.3% y/y pace in Q4 from a revised 6.1% clip in Q3 (was +6.0%). In Australia, exports prices fell 5.4% y/y in Q4 after the flat reading in Q3 while import prices dipped 0.3% y/y in Q4 after the 1.4% gain in Q3, further undermining Australia's terms of trade as key commodity prices have nose-dived. New Zealand's trade balance narrowed to -NZ$53 M in December from -799 M in November, with export values expanding 0.6% y/y and import values falling 2.6%. The RBNZ held rates steady at 2.50%, as expected, but opened the door wide open to further easing this year.
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