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November 22, 2014
06:59 EDT Federal Reserve Gov. Lael Brainard Speech to be released at 14:00
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06:59 EDT Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Richard Fisher Speech to be released at 19:30
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06:59 EDTChicago Fed National Activity Index Level to be reported at 08:30
October Chicago Fed National Activity Index Level will be reported at 08:30 . Current consensus is 0.50
November 21, 2014
15:25 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
Treasury Closing Summary: Treasuries showed some predictive prowess on Friday into the teeth of a screaming rally on European equities and opening bounce on Wall Street following dovish signals from China and Europe. Yields topped out quickly and reversed lower while stocks stateside were still on the fence, gathering momentum lower as equity bulls pulled back in their horns in front of Thanksgiving illiquidity next week. Bunds also rallied and the Bund/T-note spread stretched to recent wides before snapping back.
14:30 EDTTreasury Action: curve flatteners are the trade of the coming week in Treasuries
Treasury Action: curve flatteners are the trade of the coming week in Treasuries, according to sourecs. The combination of a big month-end Treasury duration index and shorter dated supply, look for the 2s-10s and the 5s-30s to narrow further. The Barclays' Treasury index is estimated extending out 0.13 years, versus a 0.09 year average, as it's a refunding month with new 10s and 30s. The low inflation environment should also underpin longer dated debt instruments. As for supply, the Treasury is auctioning $28 B in 2-year notes, $35 B in 5s, and $29 B in 7s. The 2s-10s spread is at 181 bps, just off the 179 from November 7, which was the lowest since June 2013. The 5s-30s gap is at 141 bps, the lowest since October 1, 2008.
14:20 EDTSt. Louis Fed dove Bullard is complaining that he was misread
St. Louis Fed dove Bullard is complaining that he was misread when he hinted at extending bond buying past its October deadline last month after the global margin call on October-15, which was followed by a sharp stock market rally, according to the WSJ Real Time Economics blog. He claims that his Bloomberg interview, which mulled a low cost insurance policy of further $15 B/month stimulus, was not inconsistent with his subsequent praise of the Fed decision to end bond purchases. To wit: "I'm one that wants the committee to be nimble and be able to react to data that's coming in. So maybe it's more natural for me to say analysts can shade our position one way or another in response to macroeconomic developments."
13:50 EDTMarket-Vector Russia ETF Trust volatility decreases on stable price movement
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12:30 EDTU.S. equities are cooling off
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11:55 EDTTreasury Action: the rally in bonds is limiting the chance to set up for supply
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11:15 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY took a look at the overnight low
FX Action: USD-JPY took a look at the overnight low of 117.35, stopping at 117.38 before bouncing to 117.55. A layer of bids is reportedly sitting between 117.40 and 117.30, which appeared to stop the bleeding. The pairing had topped out at 118.07 in early trade, where domestic selling interest was noted.
11:04 EDTKansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level data reported
November Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index Level at 7 vs. consensus of 6
10:45 EDTTreasury Option Action: mostly focusing on futures rolls
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10:30 EDTTreasury Action: disconnect from the stock rally
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10:10 EDTFed's looming jobs vs inflation conundrum
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09:47 EDTMarket opens with new records following China rate cut, ECB pledge
Stock futures were strong throughout the pre-market trading session on the heels of a rate cut in China and the suggestion by ECB President Mario Draghi that the central bank stood ready with additional stimulus measures. The market opened with a triple digit rise for the Dow and nearly 1% gains as well for the other major equity indices. In early trading, the Dow is up 152 points, the Nasdaq is up 37 points and the S&P is up 17 points.
09:45 EDTFed Governor Tarullo warned that physical commodities can pose unique risks
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09:10 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: bearish positioning
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08:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD fell
FX Action: USD-CAD fell in the aftermath of the much hotter Canadian CPI report, taking the pairing to 1.1192 lows, down from 1.1260 ahead of the release. The move marks the lowest since the end of October, with support now seen at the October 31 low of 1.1185. Another significant move for USD-CAD, as it fell from 1.1326 highs following the news that China cut rates. The rebound in commodity prices drove the CAD higher then.
08:35 EDTU.S. equities are back in rally mode
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08:05 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is up to $77.75/bbl
Oil Action: NYMEX crude is up to $77.75/bbl, up from $75.62 lows, on the back of China's rate cut, posting eight-session highs in the process. Adding to the rally has been a shift in sentiment toward an OPEC production cut next week, where members Venezuela and Libya have indicated they are agreeable to reducing output. Initial resistance is seen just under $78, where prices peaked on November 11-12.
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