US tsys moving lower after higher core Oct CPI, US 10 curve flatter, US 10Y 2.28 (+1.4bps),tsy 10Y futures in narrow o/n range before CPI, Industrial Production. Euro stocks up a second day, France +2.5%, Greece +3.0% with Greek 10Y -18bps on news of creditor agreement. Core Euro bonds unch – bunds hit a two week high 157.53 before fading as stocks moved higher, 10Y gilt yields 3bps higher as core UK CPI came in above exp. GOCs lower, in line with tsys. Provis opening 0.5bps tighter, focus on CHT 10Y & 5Y FRN supply.
- Europe bounces as Wall St extends rally (FT) European stocks are mirroring a bounce in Asia, shrugging off weakness in base metals as the dollar flirts with 12-year highs in anticipation of a US rate rise in December.
- Walmart profits dip despite US gains (FT) An improvement at its key US business was not enough to prevent a drop in quarterly profits at Walmart, the Arkansas-based retailer that turned itself into America’s largest.
- Something very strange is happening in the world of fixed income (FP) Something very strange is happening in the world of fixed income. Across developed markets, the conventional relationship between government debt — long considered the risk-free benchmark — and other assets has been turned upside-down.
- Investors Are Starting to Buy into Oil (WSJ) Investors remain downbeat on oil, but some are starting to buy the companies that pump it out of the ground. Since the beginning of October, Brent, the global oil benchmark, has fallen by 8% and few see it recovering much this or next year. But oil and gas stocks are up almost 8%, as measured by the S&P Global Oil Index.
- Enbridge Inc cuts 500 staff, about 5% of workforce, amid collapse in oil prices (FP) Canada’s largest pipeline company Enbridge Inc. confirmed it laid off 500 people on Monday and will not be hiring for an additional 100 unfilled positions. The layoffs represent about five per cent of the company’s total workforce and are spread across Enbridge’s operations in Canada and the U.S.
- Overview: IG24 5Y 77.946/78.696 (-0.880), US 10yr note futures are down -0.18% at 126-15, S&P 500 futures are up +0.37% at 2055.5, Crude oil futures are down -0.77% at 41.42$, Gold futures are down -0.23% at $1081.1, DXY is down -0.01% at 99.436.
US Economic Data
- CPI decrease 0.2% MoM (+0.2% YoY) in October (0.2% MoM and 0.1% YoY Expec) versus September -0.2% MoM (0.0% YoY).
- CPI core came in at 0.2% MoM (+1.9% YoY) in October (0.2% MoM and 1.9% YoY Expec) compared to previous month 0.2% MoM (1.9% YoY).
- Industrial production is expected at 0.1% MoM in October compared to September 1.7%.
- Capacity utilization is forecast at 77.5% in October, equal to previous month.
- Manufacturing production is expected at 0.2% MoM in October compared to -0.1% in September.
- NAHB housing market index is forecast at 64.0 in November equal to October.
- Net long-term TIC flows for September will be release at 16:00.
Canadian Economic Data
- There is no major economic data today.
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