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December 17, 2014
09:45 EDTThe unexpected U.S. current account widening
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09:30 EDTMinneapolis Fed's Kocherlakota will not seek another term
Minneapolis Fed's Kocherlakota will not seek another term, according to the Fed's website. His term expires on February 29, 2016. He took office in 2009 and initially followed the hawkish reputation of the regional bank. But he shifted his views toward a very dovish outlook in recent years and supported active central bank intervention which clashed with the traditional stance of the research staff. Indeed, the transformation has so great that he even dissented at the October FOMC meeting in favor of keeping rates lower for longer. It looks unlikely that he would have been supported for a second term. Hence, today will be his final voting opportunity.
09:15 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD stalled into Tuesday's 1.1665 highs in London trade
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09:15 EDTFOMC preview: the FOMC has resumed its meeting
FOMC preview: the FOMC has resumed its meeting and will announce its policy decision at 14:00 ET, with Yellen's press conference following at 14:30 ET. The strength in the economy and the labor market exhibited over the last couple of quarters should finally give policymakers enough confidence to continue its normalization process (after ending QE) by removing the "considerable time" language. But there won't be any definitive indication of the timing of rate lift-off. That will especially be the case given the failure of inflation to meet the 2% target (highlighted by the decline in November CPI), ongoing worries about a negative market reaction, not to mention the recent financial market turbulence. Indeed, analysts suspect the Committee will look beyond the recent volatility, as well as the signs of slower growth abroad as it crafts the policy statement. And this week's FOMC meeting offers the best opportunity for such changes since Yellen will be able to more fully explain the changes in the press conference. Nevertheless, assuming "considerable time" is removed, even if replaced by some indication of a "patient" approach, the markets will immediately jump to pricing in the first rate hike into the June 16, 17 meeting. That would be consistent with the 6-month time-frame suggested by Yellen's faux pas at her first presser back in March.
09:05 EDTThe big 0.3% November U.S. CPI headline drop undershot estimates
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09:05 EDTYellen's methodical style could tip scales on the "considerable time" debate
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08:56 EDTJPMorgan insurance analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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08:50 EDTU.S. equities rebounded from lows
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08:45 EDTU.S. CPI fell 0.3% in November with the core rate edging up 0.1%
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields reversed lower
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08:45 EDTU.S. current account balance widened unexpectedly to -$100.3 B
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08:40 EDTFX Action: The dollar slipped
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08:37 EDTITG Research finance analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
Analysts discuss how the United Kingdom's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is changing the global CSA landscape on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on December 17 at 11:30 am.
08:33 EDTCurrent Account data reported
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08:33 EDTFutures remain higher following report on consumer prices
Stock futures continue to indicate a market bounce at the open following the monthly consumer prices report. The data showed that prices fell 0.3% versus expectations of a decrease of 0.1%. The core reading, which excludes food and energy prices, showed an increase of 0.1% versus an expected increase of 0.1%. The Current Account Balance report showed a deficit of $100.3B versus expectations of a deficit of $97.5B.
08:20 EDTU.S. CPI preview:
U.S. CPI preview: November headline CPI is expected to fall by 0.1% (median -0.1%) vs unchanged in October, while the core index rises 0.1% (median 0.1%) vs 0.2%. Energy prices are expected to dip 3% on the month, with a gasoline prices falling 6%. Food prices have risen in a 0.1%-0.4% range over the past three years, though the recent drought in California had an upward effect with the 0.5% May rise being the largest since August of 2011. Yet forecast risk is downward, as collapsing oil prices will likely weigh on the headline. For more detail, see our CPI preview.
08:20 EDTU.S. current account preview:
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08:15 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude trades at $54.30
Oil Action: NYMEX crude trades at $54.30, after peaking at $55.94. The contract posted its low of the day just a few minutes ago, touching $54.20. Reports that OPEC and Russia will continue to pump have kept a cap on prices, with some cartel members saying they will wait a year or more for prices to stabilize. The underlying motive appears to be to put high cost U.S. shale producers out of business. Tuesday's $53.59 trend low is seen as initial support, though as has been the case for several weeks, when previous lows are broken, another round of selling quickly puts a fresh low in place.
07:58 EDTFederal Reserve Chairman Yellen holds press briefing
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07:51 EDTThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) releases meeting announcement
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