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January 10, 2014
08:30 EDTDecember non-farm payrolls rise 74K, Unemployment rate drops to 6.7%
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November 16, 2015
08:55 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD matched Friday's
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08:50 EDTFX Action: The dollar headed slightly lower
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08:45 EDTU.S. equities attempted stabilize
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08:40 EDTU.S. Empire State index edged up to -10.74 in November
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08:37 EDTFutures turn lower following manufacturing data
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08:31 EDT Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanely Fischer Speech to be released at 16:45
08:31 EDT Federal Reserve Gov. Daniel Tarullo Speech to be released at 15:30
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08:31 EDTEmpire State Mfg Survey General Business Conditions Index data reported
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08:30 EDTCanada Manufacturing Preview
Canada Manufacturing Preview: Analysts expect shipments to rise 0.5% m/m in September after the 0.2% dip August. An as-expected improvement would resume the growth seen in May (+0.6%), June (+1.7%) and July (+1.7%). Exports grew 0.7% in September after the 2.9% plunge in August, which is supportive of our expectation for an improvement in shipments.
08:15 EDTU.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Index Preview
U.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Index Preview: The November Empire State index kicks off November measures of producer sentiment and the headline is expected to increase to -7.0 (median -6.0) from -11.4 in October and -14.7 in September. Sentiment has been depressed since August, but analysts expect to see some stabilization and rebound in the various producer sentiment measures as analysts head into year end.
08:00 EDTEnergy Action: NYMEX crude rebounded
Energy Action: NYMEX crude rebounded 2.5% overnight, touching $41.81 highs, after making better than two-month lows of $40.23 on Friday. The Paris terrorist attacks, and the resulting implications for further military action against ISIS in the middle east has been the major driver of oil's rally, though supply disruptions are not expected to alter the current global supply glut, indicating this morning's rally may well be sold into. RBOB gasoline futures recovered to $1.2561 from Friday's 10-month low of $1.2326, while natural gas futures traded to $2.46/M BTU highs, a three-week peak, following a lower than expected inventory build late last week, and forecasts for colder U.S. weather this week.
07:35 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:22 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of Chicago to host a conference
Labor Issues Facing Agriculture & the Rural Midwest is being held in Chicago and includes a play dealing with immigrant experiences in agriculture on November 16 followed by the conference on November 17.
07:21 EDTFutures point to higher open despite French military action
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07:20 EDTJPMorgan to hold a conference
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07:15 EDTUBS to hold a conference
Asia Energy, Chemicals & Utilities Conference is being held in Hong Kong on November 16-19.
07:14 EDTGlobal Hunter Securities to hold a conference
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05:36 EDTRumor: On The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for November 16
Globex S&P futures are recently up 3.25 from previous day's SPX cash close. Nikkei 225 down 1.04%, Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 Index up 0.48%, DAX up 0.48%. WTI Crude oil is recently at $41.28, natural gas up 3%, gold at $1091 an ounce, copper down 1.29%.
05:32 EDTNovember front month equity options last day to trade is November 20, 2015
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03:05 EDTFX Action: The euro dove before rebounding
FX Action: The euro dove before rebounding as markets reacted to Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris. EUR-USD dove to a low over 80 pips in making a low of 1.0685, which left last Monday's near seven-month-low unchallenged, before rebounding to the 1.0740 area. While the euro dropped in early session, the yen rallied; USD-JPY clocked a one-week low of 122.22 while EUR-JPY logged a near-seven-month low at 130.64. Both USD-JPY and EUR-JPY subsequently unwound most of these losses. Into the mix was worse-than-expected Japanese Q3 GDP, which at -0.8% confirmed that the economy is back in recession, though the headline was worse than the breakdown suggests; the decline was driven by a dive in businesses inventories, which knocked 2.1 y/y percentage points off growth, while consumption contributed a 1.2 percentage points y/y rise and net exports a 0.4 percentage point gain. Japan's Nikkei 225 closed with a 1% decline, having been as much as 1.8% down at the intraday low, which was seen ahead of the GDP data release when post-Paris attack sentiment was at its worse. Elsewhere, the PBoC weakened the yuan fix for a 10th consecutive day.
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