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November 7, 2014
13:50 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
Action Economics Survey results: the October nonfarm payroll report did not seem to materially change Fed expectations and outlooks for rate lift-off. As policymakers have reiterated, the policy trajectory remains data dependent. While the just-released jobs data continued to reflect the improvement in the labor market, a number of other important policy factors, including earnings and inflation, will give the dovish members of the FOMC pause. There's not a lot on next week's calendar. Retail sales and trade prices will highlight. Survey Medians point to a modest rebound in sales, while trade prices will reflect the downturn in commodity prices, all of which will be supportive for the FOMC members who are calling for patience.
12:25 EDTTreasury Option Action: a mild recovery in volatility
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11:15 EDTU.S. Payrolls Disappoint, But Report Still Solid:
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11:00 EDTTreasury Option Action: a sizable bullish position
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10:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY remains lower
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10:30 EDTFed Chief Dove Yellen blames the lack of fiscal support
Fed Chief Dove Yellen blames the lack of fiscal support for the weaker U.S. and global economic recovery, admonishing that governments need to significantly improve fiscal balances in good times and prepare for stimulus in the bad times. She believes that monetary policy globally will need to normalize as economic activity and inflation return to normal - timing and speed varying across countries. Curiously for someone with a $4.5 tln balance sheet, she warns that such normalization could lead to heightened financial volatility. See her speech: "Central Banking: The Way Forward?"
10:19 EDTCredit Suisse economist holds an analyst/industry conference call
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10:16 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:14 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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10:09 EDTCredit Suisse healthcare analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Healthcare analysts, along with industry expert George Olsen,, provide a Washington Healthcare Policy update on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on November 7 at 10 am.
10:06 EDTFederal Reserve Governor Tarullo to speak at symposium
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10:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some bearish positioning
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10:03 EDTChicago Federal Reserve Bank President Evans speaks at symposium
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09:55 EDTFed Policy Outlook: the Fed is not likely to advance its first rate hike
Fed Policy Outlook: the Fed is not likely to advance its first rate hike into the first half of 2015, even though the October jobs report signaled ongoing improvement in the labor market. The gains registered in many of the components were in line with market expectations, and those of many policymakers more than likely. However, there are a couple of important factors that should keep the FOMC patient through the first half of 2015. Recent data suggest Q4 growth is likely to slow to a 2.5% pace, from a forecast downward revision to 3.2% for Q3, from the prior 3.5% pace. Additionally, a key component of the FOMC's policy outlook continues to disappoint, wages, and other than for highly skilled workers, there aren't signs of a significant pick up economy-wide. And lastly, the subdued inflation rate continues to frustrate and is expected to keep Fed doves in control. Note to that next years voting contingent leans to the dovish side, as it includes Evans, Williams, Lockhart, and Lacker.
09:45 EDTMore from dove Evans: Fed should only raise rates
More from dove Evans: Fed should only raise rates when confident on inflation and the labor market, amid great risks to a premature liftoff from zero. He sees low odds of inflation rising notably above target and suggests that the U.S. economy could weather a rise inflation above 2%, Indeed, he thinks the expectation of a return to inflation of 2% or more is based on hope more than data. Evans thinks that weakness in foreign growth and dollar strength are downside risks for the U.S.
09:44 EDTMarket opens moderately lower after jobs report
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09:35 EDTFed's Evans said the October jobs print was "pretty good,"
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09:35 EDTFor the U.S. jobs data impact on quarterly forecasts
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09:30 EDTFor the jobs data impact on other October reports
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09:25 EDTThe 214k U.S. October payroll climb
The 214k U.S. October payroll climb after 31k in upward revisions tracked assumptions, as did the cycle-high 34.6 workweek in October. Yet, a downward September workweek revision left a big 0.5% October rise for hours-worked rise versus a 0.2% estimate, after an offsetting big downward September revision to 0.2% from 0.5%. As such, though the October hours-worked surge was impressive, it left an as-expected trend for that measure as well. The hefty 683k civilian employment rise with a big 416k labor force increase was encouraging, and the mix left the October jobless rate at a cycle-low 5.76%. The bellwether goods sector was also firm in October, with an hours-worked gain for the sector of 0.3% with component gains of 0.1% for factories, 0.7% for construction, and 1.2% for mining. Goods sector jobs rose 28k, with component gains of 15k for factories, 12k for construction, and 1k for mining.
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