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February 27, 2015
10:00 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI plunged an outsized 13.6 points to 45.8 in February
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10:00 EDTFX Action: The dollar sagged
FX Action: The dollar sagged after the much weaker Chicago PMI print, lifting EUR-USD from new trend lows, rallying from 1.1176 to over 1.1195. USD-JPY came off its intra day peak of 119.47, slipping into 119.25. Stocks turned modest losses into moderate losses, as yields fell back some.
10:00 EDTTreasury Action: yields skidded lower
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09:55 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI plunged an outsized 13.6 points to x in February
U.S. Chicago PMI plunged an outsized 13.6 points to x in February after edging up 0.6 points to 59.4 in January. The index was last under 50 in April 2013, but this is the lowest since July 2009. The index hit a relative high at 65.1 in October 2013. The internals were mixed, but several of the key components declined, including employment, new orders, and production. Prices paid were higher on the month. The much worse than expected data should knock Treasury yields lower.
09:50 EDTU.S. NAR pending home sales preview:
U.S. NAR pending home sales preview: the PHSI is forecast to rise to 101.5 in January from 100.7 in December. The index stalled in December, falling 3.7%, despite year-low mortgage rates as low inventories contributed to the slowdown. For more, see the NAR PHSI website.
09:45 EDTU.S. Chicago PMI preview:
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09:45 EDTU. Michigan consumer sentiment preview:
U. Michigan consumer sentiment preview: Michigan Sentiment is expected to be revised up to 94.0 in the second (final) release for February from the 93.6 preliminary reading and still down from 98.1 in January. This compares to a pre-December high of 85.1 in June and a low of 55.7 in August '11. Forecast risk is upward, however, given the positive impact of falling gasoline prices. preview for more.
09:40 EDTMarket opens quietly on final trading day of month
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09:37 EDT Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester Speech to be released at 14:25
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09:37 EDT Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Richard Fisher Speech to be released at 13:00
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09:37 EDT San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams Speech to be released at 23:15
09:37 EDT Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George Speech to be released at 13:00
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09:37 EDT Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Speech to be released at 20:15
09:35 EDTFedspeak from the U.S. Montary Policy Forum
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09:30 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: some more bearish positioning
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09:23 EDTGuggenheim analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:19 EDTBarclays healthcare analysts to hold an analyst/industry conference call
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09:10 EDTThe downward U.S. Q4 GDP growth revision to 2.2%
The downward U.S. Q4 GDP growth revision to 2.2% from 2.6% retained the 2-handle thanks to a smaller than expected downward net export bump of just $4.9 B, alongside boosts in the service consumption and intellectual property components that can't be guessed in advance. Real goods consumption posted a surprising small downward bump alongside higher price figures. Analysts saw the expected big downward revision of $24.7 B for inventories, and smaller expected boosts for construction and equipment spending. Our Q1 GDP estimate will remain at 2.5% until analysts can review Monday's income report, with fairly balanced risks following today's data. The average real GDP growth clip for the expansion slipped to 2.3% (was 2.4%) from 2.4% in Q3, 2.2% in Q2, and 2.1% in Q1, but the same 2.3% back in Q3 and Q4 of 2013 to leave little underlying acceleration as analysts enter 2015 beyond the lift to "real" consumption from falling gasoline prices that will help Q1, but with headwinds from mining sector weakness and a weather hit that might exacerbate a likely inventory growth drop-back.
08:50 EDTU.S. equities are still marginally lower
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08:45 EDTTreasury Action: yields ticked back up
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