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August 12, 2014
13:15 EDTTreasury's $27 B 3-year auction results were mixed, but it priced well
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13:15 EDTTreasury Action: short yields nudged up
Treasury Action: short yields nudged up on the mixed 3-year sale results before easing back down from highs with the current 3-year yield popping over 0.904% before pulling back below 0.90% again compared to the 0.924% award rates on the new notes.
12:50 EDTTreasury 3-year auction preview: today's sale could see light demand
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12:30 EDTWeek of 8/23 ICSC-Goldman Store Sales to be released at 07:45
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11:55 EDTTreasury's upsized $50 B 4-week bill sale was on the soft side
Treasury's upsized $50 B 4-week bill sale was on the soft side, likely in part because of the unexpectedly large $10 B increase versus last week. The bill was awarded at 0.04%, right on the screws, and up from last week's 0.02%. Bids totaled $186.3 B for a 3.73 cover, down from last week's 4.26, and well below the 4.22 average. Indirect bidders took 19.7% versus 23.4% previously, and a 19.5% average.
11:55 EDTJapan's Q2 GDP to Plunge Due to Tax Hike:
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11:15 EDTNY Fed bought $1.094 B in bonds
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11:15 EDTTreasury 3-year auction outlook: the $27 B 3-year sale kicks off the refunding
Treasury 3-year auction outlook: the $27 B 3-year sale kicks off the refunding. These could be a difficult set of auctions as Fed rate hikes are a factor. The wi trades at 0.925%, at the high end of the 0.94% to 0.83% range. It would also be one of the highest award rates in over 3 years, though not as cheap as stop-out rates over the past three months. With the FOMC increasingly seen tightening policy by the middle of 2015, if not earlier, some buyers may balk and want to hold out for a 1.0% handle. However, there's still considerable anxiety in the markets regarding growth dynamics, along with considerable geopolitical risks, which could help underpin the auction. July's auction was rather average. It stopped at 0.992% and garnered a 3.38 cover (3.33 average) and a 38.2% indirect bid (33.2% average). Direct bidders were awarded 12.7% versus 19.4% previously, while primary dealers took 49.1% compared to 54.1%.
11:15 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some put positioning
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11:10 EDTTreasury 3-year auction outlook: the $27 B 3-year sale kicks off the refunding
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10:35 EDTTreasury Action: yields were given a JOLT
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10:30 EDTNY Fed outright purchase: the Fed is buying $0.095 B to $1.15 B in bonds
NY Fed outright purchase: the Fed is buying $0.095 B to $1.15 B in bonds dated from February 15, 2036 through May 15, 2044. The small purchase could provide some support to the long-end, which is underperforming despite the advent of the 3-year auction. The benchmark 30-year yield is flat
10:15 EDTU.S. JOLTS reported job openings rose 94k to 4,671k in June
U.S. JOLTS reported job openings rose 94k to 4,671k in June from a revised 4,577k in May (was 4,635k). This is the highest level since February 2001. The rate rose to 3.3% from 3.2% previously. Hirings rose 92k to 4,830k, versus 4,738k previously (revised form 4,718k), which pushed up the rate to 3.5% from May's 3.4%. Quitters increased 47k to 2,534k, from May's 2,5487k (revised from 2,527k). The rate was steady at 1.8%. The data are consistent with most of the job numbers seen over much of this year.
09:50 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY sold off marginally
FX Action: USD-JPY sold off marginally to 102.09 lows, with intra day sellers stepping in on the move under 102.23, which marked the London low. Bids noted into 102.00 have resulted in a slight rebound, though gains have been tempered by a softer Wall Street open. A rebound in risk levels will support dollar-yen, though further erosion in equities could see stops under 102.00 threatened.
09:50 EDTJPMorgan Treasury Client Survey pared longs
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09:35 EDTMarket hopes to build on advance but starts slightly in the red
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08:55 EDTRedbook Store Sales data reported
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08:45 EDTU.S. equities attempted to find fresh equilibrium
U.S. equities attempted to find fresh equilibrium with global equities steadying with mixed performances overnight. Another quiet U.S. session lays ahead in economic terms, with focus on the Ukraine and Mideast still lingering in the background. A plunge in the German ZEW index due in turn to regional tensions has knocked the Euro Stoxx 50 0.4% lower, while the German DAX is off 0.7% and Russian bourses are 0.2-0.7% lower. In Asia, stocks were mixed as well, with Nikkei up 0.2% and Shanghai Comp down 0.14%. The Dow is 6-points higher, S&P is a point firmer and NASDAQ is up 2-points ahead of the open. In company news, ReneSola rose 7% after a beat, Intercept Pharma surged 57% after a clinical trial and Nuance Communications sank 10% after a not-so-subtle Q3 earnings miss. Scotts Miracle-Gro gained 5% after a special dividend and share buy-back.
08:25 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is down 81 cents
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08:00 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to lower
Treasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are little changed to lower, underperforming other core sovereign bond markets. Asian accounts have been noted sellers in thin volume. German Bunds are higher after another disappointing ZEW reading, where the 8.6 print was the lowest since December 2012 as Ukraine worries hurt sentiment. The Treasury market also has seen some set up for today's supply with the $27 B 3-year note auction. The wi 3-year trades at 0.925%, flat on the session, but one of the cheapest levels in years. U.S. equity futures are a little higher, in sync with gains in Asia, but against the grain of weaker European bourses. Today's data calendar is thin with just June JOLTS data, the July Treasury budget, and weekly chain store sales. The NY Fed will buy $0.095 B to $1.15 B in bonds.
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