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News For NOSYMBOL From The Last 14 Days
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October 15, 2014
07:23 EDTOrthopedic Trauma Association to hold annual meeting
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07:05 EDTFX Update: The dollar oscillated
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07:03 EDTMBA Purchase Applications Composite Index data reported
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06:30 EDTU.K. unemployment rate hits six year low, AP says
The U.K.'s unemployment rate dropped to 6% between June and August, down from 6.4% during the prior three months, according to the Associated Press. The unemployment rate was the country's lowest since 2008, the news service stated. Reference Link
05:56 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for October 15
Globex S&P futures are recently down 2.30 from previous day’s SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 up 0.92%, DAX down 0.74%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $81.01, natural gas up 1%, gold at $1223 an ounce, and copper down 0.78%.
05:50 EDTOctober front month equity options last day to trade is October 17, 2014
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05:25 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has sank back to the low 107s
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02:25 EDTFX Update: The dollar extended gains
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October 14, 2014
17:08 EDTWeek of 10/25 Redbook to be released at 08:55
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17:08 EDTWeek of 10/25 ICSC-Goldman Store Sales to be released at 07:45
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15:30 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: Yields malingered above 16-month lows as the stock market made a valiant attempt to claw back from recent market strains as volatility leapt from metals to FX to equities of late. Europe recovered from another bout of economic misses just in time for Wall Street to benefit from short-covering gains following recent turbulence. There were various speculative reports on the Fed's tightening path and "considerable time" reference from the WSJ and a NY think tank, along with remarks from dove Williams that in the unlikely event of a drop in inflation this could trigger more bond buys. But with economic downgrades spreading, a China rate cut and plunging oil, markets were mainly fixated on global growth.
15:25 EDTU.S. PPI Preview:
U.S. PPI Preview: The September overall-PPI, due out tomorrow, is expected to remain flat (median 0.1%) with a 0.1% core index figure (median 0.1%). The flat U.S. August PPI figure with a 0.1% core price increase was exactly as expected, with a 0.3% drop in goods prices that reflected a 1.5% energy price decline and a smaller 0.3% drop for food prices, alongside a 0.3% price increase for services. The September trade price report revealed the expected headline hit from falling petroleum import and food export prices, as seen in both July and August
14:41 EDTTeucrium Corn Fund volatility low as corn rallies from 15-month low
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14:15 EDTRenewed requests to hike the Fed discount rate to 1%
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13:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD matched the September 6 high
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13:45 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: mostly bullish activity
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12:55 EDTSF Fed's dove Williams added his two cents to the "considerable time"
SF Fed's dove Williams added his two cents to the "considerable time" debate earlier, reportedly saying there was no change in his mind about the mid-2015 liftoff projection despite concerns about global growth. Cited in a Reuters interview, he found that "considerable time" remained an accurate description, and its removal risked market backlash. While he thought that Fed policy expectations were fundamentally accurate, he would consider further asset purchases if the inflation outlook started to fall, though not expected. He was also concerned that the ECB response to stagnation won't be fast or aggressive enough. Overall, status quo on the rate horizon and "considerable time" retention, similar to the NY think tank report cited earlier.
11:55 EDTTreasury's $5 B 3- and 6-month bill auction was solid on flight to quality
Treasury's $5 B 3- and 6-month bill auction was solid on flight to quality trades. The $24 B 3-month bill priced strong at 0.010%, through the 0.015% at the bid deadline, and last week's 0.015%. There were over $103.5 B bids for a 4.33 cover. However, that's down from last week's 5.05 and the 4.67 average. Indirect bidders took 19.5%, close to last week's 20.1% and the 22.7% average. The upsized $27 B 6-week bill stopped at 0.04%, also through the 0.045% at the bid deadline. Bids totaled over $115.9 B for a 4.32 cover, which was also below last week's 4.32 and the 4.77 average. Indiret bidders took a hefty 41.0%, well up on the 32.9% from last week as well as the 31.8% average. In fact it's the highest since mid August.
11:30 EDTTreasury Option Action: bullish put selling
Treasury Option Action: bullish put selling included the sale of 14k in December 124 puts on 10-year futures, thought to be covered at 127-13 with a 6 delta, compared to 127-11 on the underlying December 10s, which have ranged from 127-235 to 127-00 so far.
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