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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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March 6, 2015
15:09 EDTU.S. consumer credit report says non-revolving rises $12.7B to $2.44T
15:06 EDTU.S. consumer credit report says revolving credit debt falls $1.2B to $887.9B
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14:37 EDTAverages near session lows as job market heats up
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14:10 EDTU.S. consumer credit preview:
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13:55 EDTAction Economics Survey results:
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13:25 EDTRichmond Fed hawk Lacker commented on the jobs market
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12:50 EDTU.S. 10-year technical outlook:
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12:50 EDTU.S. Payrolls Defy Fear Again, Though Components Tracked Estimates:
U.S. Payrolls Defy Fear Again, Though Components Tracked Estimates: The big 295k U.S. February payroll rise with a firm round of goods-sector data, and particularly strong construction figures, defied downside fears. Yet, analysts did see 18k in downward payroll revisions led by a 31k downward private payroll dip, and a lean 96k civilian jobs rise with a 178k labor force decline that allowed a jobless rate drop to a cycle-low 5.54%. The hours-worked index posted a 0.2% trend-gain, and analysts saw a restrained 0.1% average hourly-earnings rise. The participation rate slipped to 63.8% from 63.9%, after a 62.7% 36-year low in December.
12:05 EDTU.S. equities re-slumped about 1%
U.S. equities re-slumped about 1% after attempting to find a toehold above lows with the surge in USD-JPY, which is now petering out back below 121.00 as well after hitting a high of 121.28. European shares have been dragged back down to unchanged or lower, with the Euro Stoxx 50 flat vs 0.4% firmer at the NY open. News that Apple will replace AT&T in the Dow generated some early interest, but Apple's gains have been trimmed to 0.8%, while AT&T is 1.7% lower. Meanwhile the new Dow is back below 18k near 17,930 and NASDAQ has left 5k in its rear view mirror near 4,943. All is hinging around the Fed outlook, with the consensus in favor of the Fed losing "patience" and many now leaning back to June hike, with the balance in favor of the September press conference. Though a correction is long overdue, a token hike also reflects improved confidence in the economy even as heavy stimulus remains in place... or so the Fed might argue.
12:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD continues to hold over 1.2600
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11:35 EDTTreasury Action: the refunding issues are cheapening substantially
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11:15 EDTThe restrained January U.S. trade deficit drop to $41.8 B
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10:35 EDTTreasury Option Action: put liquidation on 5-year futures
Treasury Option Action: put liquidation on 5-year futures was cited earlier, with sales of 5k in April 118.25/119 put spreads and 5k in April 118/18.75 put spreads. That said, underlying futures continue to dive and yields are heading up again. The June 5-year is off 20-ticks at 118-115, compared to a range of 119-097 to 118-11.
10:30 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has ramped up to 2015 highs
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09:41 EDTMarket opens lower after stronger than expected jobs report
U.S. equity futures were flat heading into the monthly jobs report and showed little initial reaction following the release, which showed that more jobs were added than expected last month and that the jobless rate fell to a post-recession low. As the numbers were digested the futures began to lose ground and closed the pre-market trading session in negative territory, leading to a lower open for the broader market. Vying with the jobs report for the morning's top headline is news that Apple (AAPL) has been selected to replace AT&T (T) in the Dow Jones Industrial Average later this month. In early trading, the Dow is down 93 points, the Nasdaq is down 8 points and the S&P is down 7 points.
09:40 EDTFor the U.S. jobs data impact on other February reports
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09:40 EDTFor the U.S. jobs data impact on quarterly forecasts
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09:30 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: bearish put liquidation
Euro$ interest rate options: bearish put liquidation into the teeth of the sell-off on underlying rate futures has been noted by a Swiss fund. This sparked a plunge in open interest on December puts and calls, with puts -333k and calls -68k. They likely scrubbed the December 88/90/91 put butterfly of 125k bought in November and lost a little on the December 95/97 call spread they sold, having bought 80k of those in mid-February. Also, there was a bullish sale of 2.5k in Front December 85/87/90 put butterflies, some 8k in selling out of June 96/97 call spreads and 2k selling in June call structures 95/96/97 call butterflies. There was also some "big block" selling on December 2016s at 99.27. The June 2015 contract is 3-ticks lower near 99.595, while the deferreds are as much as 10.5-ticks lower as the Fed hike horizon shifts forward again.
09:30 EDTFed policy outlook: risk of a June rate hike increased
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09:10 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD rallied sharply
FX Action: USD-CAD rallied sharply following the mix of data, where the Canadian trade deficit was significantly wider than expected. From 1.2465, the pairing peaked at 1.2591, and has settled some, currently at 1.2565. Fund offers are reported at 1.2600, with fresh bods now seen at 1.2500.
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