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July 20, 2015
11:15 EDTTreasury Action: Treasury announced a $48 B 4-week bill auction
Treasury Action: Treasury announced a $48 B 4-week bill auction for Tuesday. That's a $5 B reduction from last week. The debt managers continue to use the shorter bills to adjust their cash balances. Supply remains light this week with just bills and a $15 B 10-year TIPS offering, but it picks up next week with the 2-, 5-, and 7-year offerings due.
11:10 EDTU.S. corporate debt: UnitedHealth 8-trancher
U.S. corporate debt: UnitedHealth 8-trancher is reportedly on tap, ranging from a 1.5-year FRN to a 30-year bond, with the order book for its jumbo acquisition bond reportedly topping $23 B. This may contribute to the defensive tone on underlying Treasuries and futures until priced.
10:00 EDTTreasury Action: yields suddenly legged it higher
Treasury Action: yields suddenly legged it higher, with the upmove gathering pace after Fed's Bullard leaned toward a September hike and this seems to be leading Bund yields higher for a change rather than the other way around. The T-note yield ramped from 2.341% session lows to clear 2.39%, but the Bund merely rounded up from 0.74% lows to test 0.77%. The Bund/T-note spread widened from -160 bp to -162 bp as a result.
09:55 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries lost a little more ground
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09:40 EDTAfter Bullard's remarks Fedspeak goes into hibernation
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09:35 EDTMarket has quiet start to busy week for earnings
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09:25 EDTU.S. Producer Sentiment Upturn Fizzles:
U.S. Producer Sentiment Upturn Fizzles: The early-July producer sentiment surveys revealed a partial give-back of the June upturn, as the Philly Fed headline plunged to 5.7 from 15.2 to leave that gauge near its 5.0 one-year low in March, while the Empire State headline rose in July, but to a still-depressed 3.9. On an ISM-adjusted basis both measures fell to the 50-area, and analysts now expect the ISM-adjusted average of the major surveys to fall back to 52 in July after the June bounce to 53 from 51 in both April and May and a two-year low of 50 in March.
09:23 EDTThe Hudson Institute to hold a discussion on the Internet
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09:10 EDTFed's Bullard said the probability of September rate liftoff is above 50%
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09:10 EDTEarnings updates will cover a wide swath of the economy
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09:00 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD eased to 1.2953 lows
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08:27 EDTFederal Reserve Board to hold an open board meeting
The Board discusses 1. Final Rule to Establish Risk-Based Capital Surcharges for Systemically Important Bank Holding Companies. 2. Final Order Applying Enhanced Prudential Standards to General Electric Capital Corporation under Section 165 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in the meeting being held in Washington, D.C. on July 20 at 1 pm. Webcast Link
08:25 EDTCanada Wholesale Preview
Canada Wholesale Preview: Shipments are expected to rise 0.5% m/m in May after the 1.9% surge in April. Forecast risk is to the downside given the strong growth in March and April, and the 0.5% drop in manufacturing shipment volumes seen in May (shipment values were 0.1% higher).
08:15 EDTU.S. equities are poised to open slightly firmer
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08:05 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude
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07:55 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to slightly lower
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07:54 EDTCredit Suisse macroeconomics analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Macroeconomics Analyst Research Team provides an update and outlook on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on July 20 at 8 am.
07:50 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to slightly lower
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to slightly lower in thin trading (Japan is on holiday), even as global bonds are higher in price. The yield on the 10-year note has slipped to 2.345% versus an overnight high of 2.37%. The German Bund yield is 4 bps lower at 0.75%. Equities are modestly firmer too, as is the dollar. Athens reportedly settled its debt with the IMF, and the ECB and Greek banks finally reopened, to give some stability to the markets. There wasn't much data overnight. German PPI was steady at -1.4% y/y. There is nothing on today's U.S. economic calendar. Earning season picks up and will highlight. Today's slat has IBM, Morgan Stanley, Halliburton, and Hasbro. Data due later this week will feature housing reports.
07:45 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
N.Y. FX Outlook: The dollar firmed up overnight, taking EUR-USD to lows of 1.0820, levels last seen on May 27. Greek banks re-opened, though capital controls remained in place, while Athens repaid creditors with help from last week's approved bridge loan. More pain will come on the Greece front, though for now, the storm has subsided. Elsewhere, USD-JPY hit a one-month high of 124.38, in light Japanese holiday trade, as USD-CAD stayed form near 1.3000. Gold price slide to five year lows didn't help the CAD, though oil prices remained steady to a bit firmer, offsetting some. The U.S. calendar is completely empty this morning, so focus will look to news from Greece, along with risk levels, including equity, Treasury and commodity developments.
07:35 EDTThe Heritage Foundation to hold a discussion on the tax code
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