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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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December 5, 2014
16:25 EDTTreasury Action: curve flattening will be the general trend in Treasuries
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15:30 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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15:15 EDTU.S. consumer credit rose another $13.2 B in October
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15:10 EDTTreasury Action: not much reaction to consumer credit
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15:03 EDTConsumer Credit data reported
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14:55 EDTU.S. consumer credit preview:
U.S. consumer credit preview: October consumer credit is expected to increase $16.0 B (median $16.5 B) vs $15.9 B in September. Increases in non-revolving credit are leading the the largest series of gains since 2001. Forecast risk is upward, as increases have averaged $18.9 B per month since last December. preview.
14:27 EDTArgus Research to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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14:16 EDTWells Fargo economists hold an analyst/industry conference call
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13:35 EDTAction Economics Survey results
Action Economics Survey results: the much stronger than expected November employment report has been along time in the making. And while the strength in the report was broad based, it's not likely to accelerate the FOMC's rate lift-off from the 6-month timeframe first imagined by Chair Yellen back in March. And indeed, no one in the Survey projects a hike by March. However, the data will put pressure the FOMC to remove the "considerable time" language at the upcoming December 16, 17 policy meeting. Meanwhile, there's not a lot of key data ahead, with just retail sales and trade prices in the upcoming week. Survey medians indicate a 0.4% pick-up in sales, though the ex-auto component looks more tame at only a 0.1% gain. Import and export prices are expected to reveal further weakness.
13:30 EDTU.S. equities are marginally extending gains
U.S. equities are marginally extending gains as the Dow stretches for 18k and comes within 10-points, with both the S&P and NASDAQ in lockstep about 0.3% higher. Confirmation of a better than expected reading on the economy via the payrolls report has been a 2-edged sword for equity investors as that puts the Fed tightening launch back in play as well. Among the biggest gainers in the Dow have been the financials, with Goldman +2.3% and JPM +2.2%, while Wal-Mart -1.1% is the biggest decliner, along with Cisco -0.5%. Treasury yields are tucked up near highs, while the dollar index rallied 0.75% to 89.46 before stalling. In contrast, gold is near session lows of $1,186.60, down from $1,207.80 pre-payrolls highs.
13:30 EDTU.S. Jobs Report Strong Throughout:
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13:18 EDTS&P downgrades Italy rating to BBB- from BBB; upgrades outlook to stable
13:15 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude came close enough to its $65 target
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12:40 EDTA Liscio Report on the November payrolls results
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12:20 EDTFor today's U.S. data impact on quarterly forecasts
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11:59 EDTDA Davidison semicap equipment analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
Semicap Equipment Analyst Diffely provides a weekly industry update on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on December 8 at 11 am.
11:51 EDTS&P upgrades Ireland to A/A-1-; outlook stable
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11:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: a large bearish block trade
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10:27 EDTMarket opens with moderate gains after big upside jobs surprise
Stock futures bounced around during the pre-market trading session following the release of the better than expected monthly nonfarm payrolls report. The knee-jerk reaction saw the futures move lower, then regroup to close above fair value by the end of the pre-market trading session. The futures action led to a moderately higher open, but the move is subdued given that the report showed the biggest monthly gain in nearly three years. In early trading, the Dow is up 46 points, the Nasdaq is up 13 points and the S&P is up 3 points.
10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields have consolidated their rise
Treasury Action: yields have consolidated their rise in the wake of the weak factory orders readings, which drizzled on the payrolls parade, though didn't radically alter the upbeat paradigm. The T-note yield peaked over 2.33% earlier from whipsaw lows of 2.25% and has since settled back under 2.30%, though stocks opened higher after pausing to assess the monetary policy landscape. The 2s-10s spread remains narrow, however, near +167 bp as the front-end continues to underperform, while 5s-30s tightened to +129 bp.
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