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September 30, 2014
15:10 EDTU.S. Construction Spending Preview
U.S. Construction Spending Preview: August construction data will be released Wednesday and should reveal a 0.2% (median 0.3%) increase. This comes on the heels of a much larger 1.8% headline rebound in July that followed the -0.9% dip in June. In the long run total constructoin was up 6.4% y/y in July and is 30% above is February 2011 cycle bottom.
15:05 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:15 EDTAnd back down again, U.S. equities ran out of gas
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14:10 EDTAsia's data calendar remains heavy
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13:55 EDTTreasury Action: Treasuries are holding steady after losses were erased
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13:05 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD made new six-month highs
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12:40 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY ran out of steam
FX Action: USD-JPY ran out of steam over 109.80 early, where talk of defense of 110.00 barrier options was heard (expiring Thursday). Downside progress was limited to the 109.50 region, though improved risk levels helped the pairing back over 109.65. As Wall Street losing its gains though, a return to session lows may be in the cards.
12:00 EDTU.S. equities extended opening gains
U.S. equities extended opening gains apparently right on schedule with the rebound in USD-JPY from 109.50 to 109.70, and European stocks padded gains as well into quarter-end. The latest weaker rounds of home price and Chicago ISM reports were underwhelming, but only caused a temporary hiccup. Meanwhile ECB Q-easing hopes on Thursday and eBay's gamble to free its outperforming PayPal unit appear to be sufficient bullish compensation. The major U.S. indices are about 0.25-0.35% firmer, while the Euro Stoxx 50 is 1.4% higher. Move Inc. also rallied 37% after a bid from News Corp, while hopes remain that upcoming Q3 earnings will help prop up equity holdings as well. As a result, the VIX equity volatility index has fallen back 5% to a 15.18 low compared to earlier highs of 16.41, having briefly trespassed above 17.0 yesterday.
11:45 EDTFed Governor Powell took a skeptical stance regarding possible collaboration
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11:45 EDTTreasury's $30 B 4-week bill sale results were mostly soft
Treasury's $30 B 4-week bill sale results were mostly soft. The bill stopped right on the screws at 0.02%, which is 2 bps cheaper than the 0% award rates for the last two offerings. There were $113.0 B in bids for a 3.77 cover, down considerably from the 5.11 last week even though the size of the offering was cut by $10 B. However, indirect bidders took 39.0%, more than double the prior two week's stats, and much better than the 23.4% average.
10:50 EDTTreasury Option Action: light mixed positioning
Treasury Option Action: light mixed positioning on the 10-year has been the rule in contrast to the rumored redemption-liquidations on euro$s. Among them were bearish buyers of 5k in November 124.5/124/123 put trees, a bullish purchase of 2k in December 126.5 calls, bullish seller of 2.5k in March 122/120 put spreads and bearish seller of 2k in December 126/127 call spreads. In early block trade there were buyers of 5k in November 124.5/124/123 put trees and sellers of 11.4k in December at 124-22, 5k at 124-18+ and 3.8k at 124-17. December 10s are 1.5-ticks firmer near 124-255, compared to their 124-275 to 124-16 range.
10:25 EDTThe U.S. consumer confidence drop to 86.0
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10:15 EDTTreasury Action: yields remained pressured lower
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10:10 EDTFX Action: The dollar inched slightly lower
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10:10 EDTU.S. consumer confidence dropped 7.4 points to 86.0 in September
U.S. consumer confidence dropped 7.4 points to 86.0 in September from a revised 93.4 in August (was 92.4), which was the highest reading since October 2007. Both components declined, but weakness was concentrated in the expectations index, which fell to 83.7 from 93.1 (revised from 90.9). The present situations index slid to 89.4 from 93.9 (revised from 94.6). The labor differential eroded to -15.0 from -12.4. The 1-year ahead inflation index slowed to 5.4% from 5.5%.
09:55 EDTU.S. Chicago ISM manufacturing index fell 3.8 points to 60.5 in September
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09:55 EDTTreasury Action: T-note eased sub-2.50%
Treasury Action: T-note eased sub-2.50% after the drop back in the Chicago ISM reading, though subscribers apparently leaked the data in advance of its publication. Now markets wait to see if the consumer confidence print corroborates the weaker run of data of late.
09:52 EDTFCC to hold an open commission meeting
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09:50 EDTU.S. consumer confidence preview:
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09:45 EDTChicago ISM index preview:
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