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June 30, 2015
09:50 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI preview:
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09:45 EDTTreasury Option Action: mixed positioning
Treasury Option Action: mixed positioning remains the rule, amid reports of a bullish sale of 5k in August 125/September 125.5 put diagonals 10-year futures, along side a week 1/week 2 127.5/128.0 call calendar, thought to be a roll. There was also a purchase of 7k in August 118.0/120.75 risk reversal (buying calls) on 5-year futures. September 10s are 8.5-ticks lower near 126-30, compared to the 126-11 to 125-26 session range.
09:43 EDTStocks higher in early trading amid optimism over Greece
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09:40 EDTFX Action: The dollar has perked up
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09:30 EDTGreece asks for two-year bailout program from ESM, Bloomberg reports
09:20 EDTTreasury Action: yields steadied below highs
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09:20 EDTBalanced Auto Retooling Risks for U.S. Claims:
Balanced Auto Retooling Risks for U.S. Claims: The U.S. vehicle sector has shifted away from its historic pattern of concentrated retooling in the weeks surrounding the July 4th holiday, but the seasonal factors for initial claims seem to have caught-up with this structural shift, and analysts see balanced risks for claims through July around a 274k trajectory. The vehicle assembly rate may still bounce, as seen in July of last year, but the industrial production headline will face offsetting downside seasonal risk from the recent tendency for a utility sector underperformance in both June and July.
09:11 EDTS&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index data reported.
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08:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD rallied some 50 pips on the Canadian GDP miss
FX Action: USD-CAD rallied some 50 pips on the Canadian GDP miss, making a peak of 1.2416, though the pair stalled shy of the Asia high at 1.2423 (which matched the three-week peak seen last Wednesday). The Canadian also saw about a 60 pip drop against the euro. Analysts expect further upside in USD-CAD. The unexpected 0.1% dip in April GDP followed sub-expectations IPPI data yesterday, while the U.S. June payrolls report on Thursday has potential to firm up convictions for the Fed to hike in September. USD-CAD support is at 1.2390 (100-day moving average) and 1.2350-62.
08:25 EDTU.S. equities are in recovery mode
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08:10 EDTU.S. chain store sales rose 2.2% in the week ended June 27
U.S. chain store sales rose 2.2% in the week ended June 27, after a 1.6% gain in the prior week, according to data from The Retail Economist. It's a third consecutive weekly increase. The annual rate accelerated to a 2.7% y/y clip rising 1.5% y/y previously. There have been some encouraging signs that the improved employment conditions are driving sales higher.
08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: bonds have given back some of Monday's gains
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07:40 EDTNY Fed dove Dudley discussed payment system specifics
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07:22 EDTBloomberg Government to hold a webinar
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07:20 EDTFood & Drug Law Institute to hold a webinar
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07:17 EDTThe Cato Institute holds a discussion
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07:14 EDTThe Economic Club of Minnesota to hold a meeting
The Economic Club of Minnesota holds a meeting entitled, "E.U. in the U.S. 2015" in Minneapolis on June 30 at 8:30 am.
07:06 EDTFutures higher amid Greek deal optimism
U.S. equity futures are higher following a late night offer from the EU to Greece, which the country is reportedly considering. The fact both sides are talking is raising hopes that a deal can be reached and an exit from the euro can be avoided. In the U.S., investors will be watching the Case/Shiller home price report, Chicago purchasing managerís report and a consumer confidence reading for clues on our own economy.
06:58 EDTGlobal X Funds volatility elevated as Greece near default
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06:20 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY is firmer after earlier clocking a one-month low
FX Action: USD-JPY is firmer after earlier clocking a one-month low at 121.93, now back in the vicinity of 122.40. Expectations for a solid U.S. payrolls report on Thursday should curtail the downside, though any further bouts of pronounced risk aversion in global financial markets (think Grexit) would be yen supportive, as per the usual correlation. The 50-day moving average at 121.87 has been left untroubled so far.
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