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September 18, 2014
10:35 EDTU.S. jobs update: the BLS reported a 7k upward revision to March payrolls
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10:30 EDTEIA Natural Gas Storage Change for the week ending September 12
Gas inventories 90 Bcf build vs. consensus of 90 Bcf build.
10:30 EDTThe Philly Fed September drop to 22.5
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10:25 EDTTreasury Option Action: increased bearish put buying
Treasury Option Action: increased bearish put buying has been spotted at the short and intermediate areas between the rounds of data this morning, including the purchases of 15k in December 109 puts on 2-year futures and 5k in October 117 puts on 5-year futures. December 2-year futures are 1.5-ticks lower near 109-107, while December 5s are 9-ticks lower near 117-247.
10:25 EDTNY Fed outright purchase: Fed is buying $0.25 B to $0.35 B in notes
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained elevated
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09:50 EDTU.S. preliminary employment benchmark revisions for the March data
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09:45 EDTU.S. Philadelphia Fed Index Preview
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09:38 EDTMarket extends Fed-fueled gains at open
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09:20 EDTAnalysts saw big August drops for U.S. housing starts and permits
Analysts saw big August drops for U.S. housing starts and permits after divergent revisions in the prior two months that lowered the up-trend for housing starts on net, and that left a disappointing report overall. Starts and permits are only slowly reversing the poor sector performance through the seasonally critical Q2 home buying season, with likely headwinds from ongoing mortgage market dysfunction, consumer caution, and a reduction in distressed sales. Starts under construction, which drive new home construction, extended their remarkably steady pace of recovery. Analysts saw a 0.6% August rise that followed gains of 2.6% (was 2.9%) in July, and 1.9% (was 1.2%) in June. There hasn't been a decline in this measure since May of 2011. Analysts expect 23% Q3 growth rate for starts under construction that matches the pace of Q2 (was 22%). Analysts expect GDP growth of 3.0% in Q3 after a boost in Q2 growth to 4.4% from 4.2%, with residential construction growth of 6% in Q3 after an estimated Q2 boost to 8.9% growth from 7.5%.
09:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: heavy block trade
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09:00 EDTFed Chair Yellen didn't comment on policy in her prepared speech
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08:55 EDTU.S. equities are fired up again
U.S. equities are fired up again in the aftermath of the mixed Fed reasoning yesterday and with European stocks higher, apparently thinking a Scottish "no" separation vote is in the bag. Yet jobless claims sank 36k and housing starts fell 14.4%, offering a typically mixed picture of the economic outlook, which cooled investor sentiment. Asia was mostly bullish as well with the Shanghai Comp uio 0.35%, while Japan's Nikkei shot 1.13% higher thanks to the rampant dollar, which nearly kissed 109.00. The Dow is 38-points higher, S&P gained 5-points and NASDAQ is up 12-points in pre-market action, below earlier highs. Rite Aid sank 9% after a large profits miss and Pier 1 tumbled 11% after slashing its earnings outlook, while United Natural Foods rallied over 3% after an earnigns beat. Agilent rallied 1.5% after CEO succession plans were put in place and Monsanto gained over 1% after rated a buy by Stifel Nicolas. The Philly Fed index remains a wildcard next.
08:50 EDTThe 36k U.S. initial claims plunge to 280k
The 36k U.S. initial claims plunge to 280k in the BLS survey week more than reversed the 12k Labor Day pop to 316k (was 315k) to leave what is now a lean start for claims in September despite the Labor Day surge. Claims have tightened considerably since the auto retooling period that produced a 279k cycle-low in mid-July. Claims are averaging 297k thus far in September, following higher averages of 303k in August, 296k in July, 315k in June and 312k in May. Today's 280k BLS survey week reading sits well below prior BLS readings of 299k in August, 303k in July, versus 314k in June and 327k in May. Analysts assume a 200k September payroll gain that sits above the disappointing 142k rise of August but below the 207k average of the last twelve months. Analysts assume a 200k per month payroll growth trend into year-end. Payrolls face ongoing upside risk from a firm Q3 trend for initial claims, producer sentiment and ADP, solid vehicle assemblies, and an ongoing consumer confidence climb back above mid-2013 levels.
08:45 EDTU.S. housing starts dropped 14.4% to 0.956 M in August
U.S. housing starts dropped 14.4% to 0.956 M in August after rebounding 22.9% to 1.117 M in July (was 1.093 M). The latter was the highest since November 2007. Single family starts slipped 2.4% following July's 11.1% jump. Multifamily starts dropped 31.7% after surging 44.9% in July. Building permits fell 5.6% to 0.998 M from July's revised 1.057 M (was 1.052 M).
08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields backed higher
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08:45 EDTFX Action: The dollar rallied higher
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08:40 EDTU.S. initial jobless claims fell 36k to 280k in the week ended September 13
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08:33 EDTFutures suggest higher open following economic data
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08:31 EDTJobless Claims data reported
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