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October 20, 2014
03:05 EDTFX Action: The dollar was mostly firmer
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October 18, 2014
10:27 EDTLeading Indicators to be reported at 10:00
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10:27 EDTKansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level to be reported at 11:00
October Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level will be reported at 11:00 . Current consensus is 6.0
10:27 EDTNew Home Sales to be reported at 10:00
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10:27 EDTPMI Manufacturing Index Flash Level to be reported at 09:45
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10:27 EDTFHFA House Price Index M/M change to be reported at 09:00
August FHFA House Price Index M/M change will be reported at 09:00 . Current consensus is 0.3% for the month
10:27 EDTConsumer Price Index CPI less food & energy to be reported at 08:30
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10:27 EDTConsumer Price Index CPI to be reported at 08:30
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10:27 EDTExisting Home Sales to be reported at 10:00
September Existing Home Sales will be reported at 10:00 . Current consensus is 5.10M
10:27 EDT Federal Reserve Gov. Jerome Powell Speech to be released at 10:00
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October 17, 2014
15:30 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: A "V-shaped" recovery on stocks signaled an all-clear on recent volatility on Friday, or not. Successive rounds of dovish Fedspeak this week proved a timely placebo for the European anxiety attack that spread across the Pond faster than Ebola in a pressurized cabin. In either case the sentiment swings this week were no laughing matter and spoke to the complacency build-up thanks to QE3, which is nearing its home stretch. Housing and sentiment data was a bit brighter to round out the week and Europe responded to asset purchase promises from the ECB and dovish BoE-speak as well, which completed the asset role-reversal.
14:45 EDTU.S. Week Ahead: consolidation could be the watch word
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13:50 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
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13:15 EDTFed QE3 nearly dead, all hail QE4:
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12:50 EDTTresury Option Action: some bullish put selling
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12:15 EDTTreasury Option Action: some more vol selling
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11:25 EDTToday's U.S. reports
Today's U.S. reports revealed headline gains for both September housing starts and October Michigan sentiment, though the 6.3% starts climb included surprising restraint in the single family and "under construction" figures that lowered prospects for the housing sector into year-end. The sentiment climb to 86.4 set a new cycle-high in October, but the Ebola-scare in the second half of the month should prompt an atypical downward revision in the final report. Today's stock market bounce marks the best news of the day going into the weekend, despite the morning's reported headline gains, and if markets continue to climb next week analysts may see less of a hit to the remaining October confidence reports.
11:20 EDTU.S. corporate bond update: it's a typically quiet session
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11:00 EDTU.S. VIX equity volatility gapped lower to 20.5
U.S. VIX equity volatility gapped lower to 20.5 down some 18% compared yesterday's 25.20 close and Wednesday's peak of 31.06, as the melt-up in equities thanks to firm data, earnings and reversal in European equities all conspire to take some starch out of the VIX again as U.S. stocks rally some 1.25-1.55%. As noted yesterday, if stocks continue to weather the global margin call, the retreat of the VIX back down to the 20.0-15.0 zone "could be as sharp as its recent rise." However, it would take a resumption of equity liquidation/liquidity trap to put 37.5 late-November 2011 level back in play, with 46.8 above.
10:25 EDTEuro$ interest rate futures are mostly lower
Euro$ interest rate futures are mostly lower extending their declines as the world's asset markets rebalance after this week's big squeeze and liquidity trap. Even as Europe cheers the ECB's inexorable slide toward asset purchases and the Fed's inevitable backing away from premature rate hikes, that keeps the "Bernanke Put" alive a little longer and a temporary floor under stocks. Conversely, that's put a lid on gains on underlying euro$ rate futures, with the December 2014 contract flat at 99.755, the December 2015 4-ticks lower at 99.22 (0.78%) and the deferreds 1-7 ticks lower out the curve. Fedspeak has retained a dovish slant, however, likely keeping a nearby floor under the futures as well.
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