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November 12, 2014
21:15 EDTJapanese core machine tool orders climbed 2.9% in September
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21:05 EDTJapan PPI fell 0.8% in October
Japan PPI fell 0.8% in October from a revised unchanged in September (was -0.1%). The annual pace slowed to a 2.9% y/y clip versus a revised 3.6% y/y rate previously (was 3.5% y/y). Weakness was fairly broadbased but centered on petroleum/coal (-3.7%), scrap/waste (-4.8%), utilities (-4.0%), and agriculture (-2.1%). Price pressures have been eroding measurable since the summer, falling to the current 2.9% pace from 4.5% y/y in June.
17:26 EDTDecember PMI Services Flash to be released at 09:45
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17:26 EDTDecember PMI Manufacturing Index Flash to be released at 09:45
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17:26 EDTWeek of 11/21 EIA Natural Gas Report to be released at 12:00
17:26 EDTWeek of 11/21 EIA Petroleum Status Report to be released at 10:30
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06:59 EDTJobless Claims to be reported at 08:30
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15:25 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:30 EDTFed dovish dissenter Kocherlakota: I am concerned
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13:15 EDTTreasury's $24 B 10-year note auction was ok
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained elevated
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12:46 EDTWeek of 11/21 MBA Purchase Applications to be released at 07:00
12:45 EDTTreasury 10-year auction preview: the auction should see mixed results
Treasury 10-year auction preview: the auction should see mixed results, with ongoing support from indirect bidders, and a fairly lackluster domestic bid. The wi is a little richer on the day at 2.355%, though that's at the higher end of the week's 2.28% to 2.38% range. Nevertheless, an award rate there would be the richest in over a year. There is a lot of cash to be reinvested, which should support. Additionally, ongoing worries over growth and inflation, particularly in Europe, should foster a bid. Ukraine tensions are flaring again and that could bring in some flight to safety. The near record-wide spreads to core sovereigns should also underpin sponsorship, especially as many forecast further dollar appreciation. The $21 B October reopening was poorly subscribed, tailing out to 2.381%, with a 2.52 cover, below September's 2.71 and the 2.69 average. It was the smallest since August 2013. Indirect bidders were awarded 44.4%, below September's 53.0% and the 45.9% average. Direct bidders took 6.6%, about half of the prior 13.5%, while primary dealers accepted 49.0% versus 33.5% previously.
12:35 EDTTreasury Option Action: a fairly quiet tone
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12:00 EDTTreasury Action: but yields are probing higher
Treasury Action: but yields are probing higher in deference to upcoming 10-year supply, according to sources, reversing earlier slippage with the declines on Wall Street. The current 10-year yield found traction near 2.32% before rebounding over 2.345% again, still below 2.365% highs in Asia. Sources expect decent foreign demand for the T-note, however, thanks to its value relative to other sovereigns (0.812% on Bunds, 0.53% on JGBs). Indeed, some look for the 2.38-2.40% 50% retracement area to hold, though with the JPM duration survey showing the largest number of longs by "active traders" since January 2014, long-squaring could become a factor on a break.
11:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has made three attempts
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11:45 EDTTreasury's 4- and 52-week bill auctions were ok
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11:40 EDTU.S. equities are slipping again
U.S. equities are slipping again after a dead cat bounce with USD-JPY earlier after energy prices rolled over again. It seems that oil prices took a gander at China's inflation drop again, initially faltering somewhat ahead of tomorrow's EIA inventory report, which is expected to show elevated stockpiles as well, before NYMEX crude rebounded toward $78 bbl again. European bourses are extending their drop, with the Euro Stoxx 50 off nearly 2% now and Milan 2.9% lower following fresh regulatory actions and fines on FX manipulators. Blue chips are leading the pace into the red, with the NASDAQ lagging lower. Biggest decliners in the Dow are not coincidentally JPM -1.6% and Goldman -1.2%, though the latter somehow was not named in the probe.
11:20 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD made two attempts
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11:18 EDTGlobal X Uranium ETF volatility decreases as shares trend up from record low
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