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15.03.2011
18:31
Oil sliding lower as the NYMEX floor close approaches, trades at $97.58, -$3.60.
18:16
FED: No change in $600b QE2 thru June or rates (FF target 0-1/4%), keeps 'extended period.'

FOMC mentions oil (concerns about supply contributed to price run-up) but not Japan. Fed will continue to monitor outlook. Economic outlook section is more upbeat/worried. Again says unemployment is elevated, inflation low but seeing pressure from energy/commods. Infl effects should be "transitory" but economy now is on "a firmer footing." More attention to infl - "will pay close attention" to evolution of infl and infl expectations. HH and business are expanding. Vote 10-0. Warsh was not present.

17:50
Dow -194.36 at 11798.80, Nasdaq -44.63 at 2656.64, S&P -20.64 at 1275.75

 

The S&P 500 recently pushed up to the 1280 line, but it stalled at that point and has since pulled back almost five points. Its inability to extend its rally has hampered the Dow and Nasdaq.
Volatility has started to creep back up amid the stock market's most recent slip.

17:15
American focus:

The yen rose against all of its major counterparts as risk in Japan of radiation leaks from crippled nuclear power stations boosted speculation that insurers will repatriate assets to pay for earthquake damages.
Stocks sank, with the Nikkei 225 index posting its biggest two-day drop since 1987. The MSCI World Index fell 2.9 percent while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index lost 2 percent.
Currencies of commodity-exporting countries plunged as speculation increased the explosions at the nuclear power station will damp demand for raw materials.
“The yen is strengthening across the board,” said Michael Woolfolk, senior currency strategist in New York at Bank of New York Mellon Corp., the world’s largest custodial bank, with more than $20 trillion in assets under administration. “We’re seeing follow-through yen buying off of renewed risk aversion emanating from Japan.”
The Swiss franc advanced to a record against the dollar on demand for a refuge as Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said his government is doing everything it can to contain the radioactive leaks following last week’s earthquake and tsunami. The euro pared losses against the U.S. currency even as European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet called “insufficient” a package of economic-oversight rules adopted by European Union finance ministers.
The Federal Reserve will release its interest rate decision at the end of its meeting today. Policy makers are almost certain to fulfill their plan to buy $600 billion in Treasuries. How they finish the purchases and what they do next is a matter of disagreement.

16:33
Dow -204.27 at 11788.81, Nasdaq -44.10 at 2656.87, S&P -21.94 at 1274.42

The Nasdaq is at a new session high, but it continues to trade with a considerable loss. Large-cap tech issues like Apple (AAPL 345.58, -7.98), Oracle (ORCL 30.83, -0.76), Intel (INTC 20.15, -0.69), and Microsoft (MSFT 25.31, -0.38) have been the heaviest drags on the Nasdaq. In contrast, Netflix (NFLX 216.45, +15.25) has staged an impressive advance in the face of widespread weakness. Its strength is largely owed to an upgrade by analysts at Goldman Sachs.

15:15
Dow -232.65 at 11760.51, Nasdaq -52.53 at 2648.44, S&P -25.65 at 1271.30

Stocks continue to contend with stong selling interest, but they have managed to recoup some of what was lost during this morning's gap down. In fact, the Dow has actually climbed more than 60 points from its session low.
All 30 stocks that make up the Dow are currently in the red. Pfizer (PFE 19.64, -0.17) has managed to limit its loss to less than 1%, which actually makes it a relative leader among blue chips.

14:34
GBP/USD holds firm

GBP/USD extends recovery to $1.6060 and holding firm. Key resistance remains up at $1.6087, with offers surrounding in the $1.6080/90 area. A break and clear above $1.6087 to relieve the underlying bearish tone, failure to push above will keep focus on the downside.

14:18
OIL:

April WTI has fallen over $4 today from opening highs of $101.59 in early Asia to a low of $96.70, with recent rallies stalling into $98.20. A sustained break and close below $96.40 would be damaging to the recent  run higher and point to a move below $92. But MENA tensions should be supportive for the oil price. Traders will be looking to tonight's API Data for direction on the WTI contract with analysts looking for a 2.1 million barrel build for the week ending 11 March. April crude trades around $97.47.

14:01
US: Mar NAHB/Wells Fargo hsg mkt index +1 pt to 17
13:48
Option expiries for today's 1400GMT cut,

EUR/USD $1.3700, $1.3750, $1.3790, $1.3800, $1.3950, $1.3965 
USD/JPY Y80.60, Y81.00, Y81.50, Y82.00, Y82.30, Y82.50, Y83.00
GBP/USD $1.6300
USD/CHF Chf0.9210, Chf0.9320
AUD/USD $0.9950
AUD/JPY Y83.20, Y83.30
AUD/CHF Chf0.9265

13:21
Before the bell: U.S. stocks headed for big sell-off

U.S. stocks were headed for a major sell-off at the start of trading Tuesday, following an 11% drop in Japan's leading index in the wake of a nuclear crisis caused by last week's earthquake.

Japan's Nikkei index ended down nearly 11%, as the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant deepened. The index was down as much as 14% during the session before recovering at the close.

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the risk of radioactive material leaking from the crippled plant was very high, and a government spokesman warned people within 18 miles of the facility to stay indoors.
Among the U.S. stocks getting hammered during premarket trading, shares of General Electric (GE, Fortune 500) fell more than 4.6% after dropping earlier nearly 9%. The Japanese nuclear plant that exploded on Saturday is equipped with a GE-designed reactor.
"The U.S. market is pricing in a worst-case scenario with the nuclear situation," said Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott. "The concerns about radiation, and what that could mean for loss of life, could make this a more globalized crisis rather than a centralized disaster," he added.
Advanced Micro Devices, (AMD, Fortune 500) Motorola Mobility (MMI), AIG (AIG, Fortune 500), US Bancorp (USB, Fortune 500) and Capital One (COF, Fortune 500) were the biggest U.S. decliners in premarket trading.
Economy: In the United States, the Federal Reserve is scheduled to release its policy statement in the afternoon.
The central bank's Federal Open Market Committee is not expected to discuss any changes to interest rates or its asset purchase program, according to analysts at Brown Brothers Harriman.
After trading starts, investors will get a report on the housing market from the National Association of Home Builders.

13:03
US: TIC flows were $32.5b
13:03
US: January net TICS data $51.5b
12:59
JAPAN:

Overnight, the Nikkei 225 fell 10.55% at 8605.15, after posting a low of 8227.63 at one point (was off 14.5% at the lows), with a massive 4.16 billion shares changing hands. The Nikkei is now down 15.9% year-to-date and is back at levels last seen in early April 2009.
On March 10, 2009 a few days after the S&P 500 bottomed at 666.92 March 6, 2009, the Nikkei posted a low of 7021.28, which is seen as the next larger support level for the index.

12:42
GOLD:

Gold continues to collapse as large scale liquidation takes place following the break of $1400. As a result the metal sinking to $1381. Spot currently trades around $1385.

12:33
US: Feb Export prices +1.2%
12:32
US: Feb import prices +1.4%
12:31
US: NY Fed Empire State Mfg Index rose to 17.50 in Mar
12:09
EU session review: Yen rises as Japan's radiation leak risk spurs repatriation

Data released
06:30     France     CPI (February) unadjusted    0.5%    0.5%    -0.2%
06:30     France     CPI (February) unadjusted Y/Y    1.7%    1.7%    1.8%
06:30     France     HICP (February) Y/Y         1.9%    1.9%
10:00     Germany     ZEW economic expectations index (March)    14.1    15.5    15.7

The yen rose against most of its major counterparts as increased risk in Japan of radiation leaks from a crippled nuclear power station boosted speculation investors there will bring home overseas assets.
The dollar and Swiss franc advanced on demand for a refuge as Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said his government is doing everything it can to contain the radioactive leak at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant following last week’s earthquake and tsunami.
The euro remained lower versus the dollar as German investor confidence unexpectedly fell. The ZEW Center for European Economic Research said its index of German investor and analyst expectations dropped to 14.1 this month from 15.7 in February. Economists had expected a gain to 15.9.
“Sentiment, not only for Japan but for the whole of Asia, is weak at this stage,” said Daisuke Uno, chief strategist in Tokyo at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
Japan’s stricken Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant was rocked by two further explosions and a fire today as workers struggled to avert the risk of a meltdown.
A hydrogen blast hit the plant’s No. 4 reactor, where Tokyo Electric Power Co. earlier reported a blaze, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said at a briefing. Four of the complex’s six reactors have been damaged by explosions after cooling systems failed when they were wrecked by the magnitude 9 earthquake and deadly tsunami.
“Foreign investors are very sensitive to the nuclear issue,” said Kengo Suzuki, a currency analyst at Mizuho Securities Co. “People are buying the dollar as a safe haven and may seek a refuge in the Swiss franc too.”
Further gains in the yen may be limited as the Bank of Japan pumps more money into financial markets, according to analysts at BNP Paribas SA.
The BOJ added 5 trillion yen to the financial system in a one-day operation today. BOJ Governor Masaaki Shirakawa has pledged to keep pouring cash into the economy to stabilize markets. The bank injected 15 trillion yen ($6 billion) yesterday and doubled its asset-purchase program to 10 trillion yen, an increase that’s about one-tenth the size of the Fed’s program of buying Treasuries.

EUR/USD fell from $1.3950 to $1.3852 before recovered to $1.3895. rate failed to break above $1.3900 again and retreated to current $1.3875.

GBP/USD fell from $1.6135 to $1.5972. Currently rate holds around $1.6010.

USD/JPY held within the Y81.20/Y82/00 range before eased further to Y81.15.

At 1230GMT the Empire State Index is scheduled to release and expected to increase to a reading of 16.0 in March after also rising in February.
At 1300GMT the latest Treasury International Capital System (TICS) data come.
The decision and statement from the latest FOMC meeting is due at 1815GMT.
Federal Reserve policy makers are almost certain to fulfill their plan to buy $600 billion in Treasuries, a survey of economists shows. How they finish the purchases and what they do next is a matter of disagreement as the Fed meets today.
“We only need some hawkish news out of the U.S., or some positive sentiment, for the dollar to turn around,” said Matthew Brady at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in Sydney. “In the medium term, I am positive for the U.S. dollar.”

11:43
IEA OIL REPORT:Feb global oil supply +200 kbd m/m to record high 89 mbd
  • OPEC Feb crude output down 95 kbd m/m to 30.05 mbd
  • Feb Libya supply down 200 kbd,partly offset by Gulf states 
  • OPEC spare capacity ex-Libya at two-year low of 4.08 mbd 
  • Hikes estimated 1Q oil demand by 300 kbd to 89.0 mbd
11:29
EU STOCK:

FTSE-100 suffered a minor test of the key 200-day moving average at 5,609.7 and Fibonacci level at 5,603.2 (38.2% of the July 2010 to Feb 2011 rally) before staging a bounce.
Both the CAC-40 and Xetra-DAX remain below their 200-day moving average's at 6,582 and 3,788.7, respectively.

11:13
EUR/USD recovers after falling to session lows around $1.3853. rate currently holds around $1.3891.
10:37
OIL:

Oil prices break through $98.00 as equities continue to get down and broad based dollar strength. April crude falls to $97.81 before bouncing back through $98.10. Support below lies at $97.00.

10:25
Option expiries for today's 1400GMT cut,

EUR/USD $1.3700, $1.3750, $1.3790, $1.3800, $1.3950, $1.3965 
USD/JPY Y80.60, Y81.00, Y81.50, Y82.00, Y82.30, Y82.50, Y83.00
GBP/USD $1.6300
USD/CHF Chf0.9210, Chf0.9320
AUD/USD $0.9950
AUD/JPY Y83.20, Y83.30
AUD/CHF Chf0.9265

10:05
FTSE -170.27 -2.95% 5,604.97, CAC -140.01 -3.61% 3,738.03, Dax -324.15 -4.72% 6,542.48
10:01
GERMANY: ZEW; Mar econ sent index 14.1
09:45
Asian stocks close

Nikkei -10.55%  8605.15
Hang Seng -2.86%  22,678.25
Shanghai 180 A Share Index  -1.82% 6,672.59

09:21
Asian session: The dollar advanced as a safe haven

The yen rose against all of its 16 major counterparts as Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the danger of further radiation leaks from a crippled nuclear power station is increasing, boosting speculation domestic investors will repatriate overseas assets.

The dollar advanced as a safe haven as Kan appealed for calm in a televised address and said his government was doing its utmost to contain the radioactive leak at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant following last week’s earthquake and tsunami. The greenback also rose versus most of its peers before reports this week forecast to show an expansion in industrial production.

 

EUR/USD: the pair  shown low in the field of $1,3890.
GBP/USD: the pair shown low in the field of $1,6050.
USD/JPY: the pair bargained within the limits of Y81.20-Y82.00. 

The main EMU data release will be the German ZEW survey, at 1000GMT, where the expectations index is expected to edge up to a reading of 16.0 and the current conditions index is expected to edge up to 85.4. 
US data starts at 1145GMT with the weekly ICSC-Goldman Store Sales data. This is followed at 1230GMT by the Import & Export Price Index as well as the Empire State Index, which is expected to increase to a reading of 16.0 in March after also rising in February. The Empire index has been lagging other manufacturing surveys which have been trending up. The weekly Redbook Average then follows, at 1255GMT, shortly followed at 1300GMT by the latest Treasury International Capital System (TICS) data. US data continues at 1400GMT with the NAHB Housing Market Index, while at the same time, US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testifies on the future of housing finance before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington.
The decision and statement from the latest FOMC meeting is due at 1815GMT although market expectations are for nothing major to come out of the meeting. MNI's Steve Beckner writes Monday there has been a subtle shift in Fed officials' thinking and commentary on the economy and inflation -- not just a more upbeat tone on the outlook for growth and jobs, but also slightly more acknowledgement of public inflation concerns. 

 

09:16
Forex: Monday's review

 

The euro advanced after European Union leaders agreed on a retooled bailout plan for the region’s most indebted nations.
The 17-nation currency rose for a second day against the dollar after regional leaders agreed during the weekend to widen the scope of a rescue fund aimed at resolving the debt crisis and cut the cost of loans to Greece. 
The ECB’s governing council is scheduled to meet March 17.
The yen erased a gain against the dollar as Japan’s central bank said it will add 15 trillion yen ($183 billion) to the financial system and increase its asset-purchase program following last week’s earthquake.
BOJ Governor Masaaki Shirakawa and his board also doubled the facility that buys assets from government bonds to exchange- traded funds to 10 trillion yen. Besides the 15 trillion yen of emergency funds deployed, the central bank offered to buy 3 trillion yen of government bonds from lenders in repurchase agreements starting March 16.
Borrowing costs were cut near zero in 2008 as officials sought to revive growth and end deflation. Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda said earlier today that he’s closely watching the foreign exchange, stock and Japanese bond markets.
Australia’s dollar slid. Traders have cut bets the Reserve Bank of Australia will raise interest rates over the next year.

 

EUR/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair become stronger in around $1.3990. 
GBP/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair become stronger in around $1.6170. 
USD/JPY: the pair shown low in the field of Y80,50 then returned above Y82,10. The rate finished the session in the field of Y81.70.

The main EMU data release will be the German ZEW survey, at 1000GMT, where the expectations index is expected to edge up to a reading of 16.0 and the current conditions index is expected to edge up to 85.4. 
US data starts at 1145GMT with the weekly ICSC-Goldman Store Sales data. This is followed at 1230GMT by the Import & Export Price Index as well as the Empire State Index, which is expected to increase to a reading of 16.0 in March after also rising in February. The Empire index has been lagging other manufacturing surveys which have been trending up. The weekly Redbook Average then follows, at 1255GMT, shortly followed at 1300GMT by the latest Treasury International Capital System (TICS) data. US data continues at 1400GMT with the NAHB Housing Market Index, while at the same time, US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testifies on the future of housing finance before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington.
The decision and statement from the latest FOMC meeting is due at 1815GMT although market expectations are for nothing major to come out of the meeting. MNI's Steve Beckner writes Monday there has been a subtle shift in Fed officials' thinking and commentary on the economy and inflation -- not just a more upbeat tone on the outlook for growth and jobs, but also slightly more acknowledgement of public inflation concerns. 


 

08:50
Stocks: Monday's review

Japanese stocks fell the most in more than two years amid record trading volume after the nation’s strongest earthquake snarled production lines and shut factories, raising concern economic growth will stall.
The Osaka Securities Exchange, Fukuoka Stock Exchange, Nagoya Stock Exchange and Sapporo Securities Exchange operated as usual, according to their websites.
Tokyo Electric Power Co., Asia’s biggest power generator battling to avoid a meltdown at its Fukushima nuclear plant, plummeted 24 percent.
Toshiba Corp., a maker of nuclear reactors, tumbled 16 percent.
Tokio Marine Holdings Inc., the nation’s largest property and casualty insurer by market value, plunged 12 percent.
Automakers retreated after Japan’s three-largest carmakers said thousands of new vehicles were damaged. Construction companies climbed.
Insurance companies had the largest decline among the 33 industry groups in the Topix. Tokio Marine tumbled 16 percent. MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings Inc. plunged 11 percent. Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. plummeted 18 percent.
The 8.9-magnitude temblor and subsequent tsunami may have killed 10,000 people in Miyagi prefecture north of Tokyo, said Go Sugawara, a spokesman for the prefectural police department. The official toll reached 1,627 confirmed deaths with 1,720 more missing and 1,962 injured, the National Police Agency said. More than 350,000 people are in emergency shelters.
European stocks dropped for a fourth day, led by a selloff in reinsurers and utilities, as Japan battles to prevent a nuclear meltdown following its largest earthquake on record.
Swiss Reinsurance Co. and Munich Re both lost more than 3 percent after AIR Worldwide said the industry may face claims of as much as 2.8 trillion yen ($34 billion).
E.ON AG (EOAN) fell 5.3 percent on concern explosions at two reactors in Japan may persuade Germany to backtrack on extending the life of atomic plants.
Banks limited losses as the European Union agreed on a retooled bailout plan for the region’s most indebted nations.
Europe’s benchmark Stoxx 600 has retreated for three consecutive weeks as crude oil surged to a 29-month high amid political unrest and violence in the Middle East and Libya. Since reaching a 2 1/2-year high on Feb. 17, the gauge has declined more than 5 percent.
Troops from the Gulf Cooperation Council, including soldiers from Saudi Arabia, moved into Bahrain after more than a month of political unrest in the island nation. Mainly Shiite protesters have been demonstrating since Feb. 14 for free elections and political change, inspired by movements that have swept the region in the past two months and unseated rulers in Tunisia and Egypt.
Losses in Europe were limited after European Union leaders struck an agreement on an expanded bailout plan for the region’s most indebted nations, two weeks sooner than investors anticipated. National benchmarks in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece all climbed today.
U.S. stocks came off session lows but finished in the red Monday, after Japan's leading stock index plunged in reaction to last week's massive earthquake and tsunami.
The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) closed down 51 points points, or 0.4%. Earlier in the session, it had lost as many at 147 points. The modest decline was led by a 2% slide in shares of General Electric (GE, Fortune 500), following news that the company designed all six of the reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.
S&P 500 (SPX) fell 8 points, or 0.6%, as shares of luxury retailers Coach (COH) and Tiffany & Co. (TIF) -- which have been building their presence in Japan -- slid more than 5%. Nuclear power plant operator Entergy (ETR, Fortune 500) was also a big loser, dropping 4.9%
Meanwhile, the tech-heavy Nasdaq (COMP) lost 15 points, or 0.5%.
Companies: U.S.-traded shares of some companies based in Japan were down sharply in early trading Monday.
Shares of Canon (CAJ), based in Tokyo, were down 4%. Toyota (TM) shares were off 5%, while Sony (SNE) was down 7%.
Stateside insurance companies, including Hartford Financial Services Group (HIG, Fortune 500) and Aflac (AFL, Fortune 500) -- which generates almost 75% of its revenue in Japan, also took a big hit. Shares of both insurers fell about 3%.

08:25
Tech on USD/JPY

Resistance 3:Y83.30 (Mar 11 high) 
Resistance 2:Y82.50 (Mar 14 high) 
Resistance 1:Y82.00 (session high) 
Current price: Y81.71
Support 1:Y81.20 (session low)    
Support 2:Y80.90 (Mar 7 low)    
Support 3:Y80.20 (Nov 1 low)    
Comments: the pair bargains below mark Y82,00. The nearest resistance - Y82.00. Above growth is to Y82.50. The nearest support - Y81,20. Below losses are possible to Y80.90. 

08:22
Tech on USD/CHF

Resistance 3: Chf0.9370 (Mar 9 high)
Resistance 2: Chf0.9320 (Mar 14 high)
Resistance 1: Chf0.9250 (session high)
Current price: Chf0.9242
Support 1: Chf0.9220 (support line from Mar 2)
Support 2: Chf0.9200 (Mar 2 low)
Support 3: Chf0.9100 (psychological mark)
Comments: the pair bargains in the field of Chf0,9240. The nearest resistance - Chf0.9250. Above is located Chf0.932. The nearest support - Chf0.9220. Below loss may extend to Chf0.9200. 

07:46
Tech on GBP/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.6340 (Mar 7 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.6240 (Mar 9 high)
Resistance 1: $ 1.6180 (resistance line from Mar 9)
Current price: $1.6105
Support 1 : $1.6100 (session low)
Support 2 : $1.6020 (Mar 11 low)
Support 3 : $1.5975 (Mar 11 low)
Comments: the pair decreased. The nearest support $1.6100. Below is possible testings of around $1.6020. The nearest resistance $1.6180. Above growth is possible to $1.6240. 

07:42
Tech on EUR/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.4080 (Nov 8 high)
Resistance 2: $ 1.4030 (Mar 7 high)
Resistance 1: $ 1.4000 (session high, Mar 14 high)
Current price: $1.3932
Support 1 : $1.3890 (session low)
Support 2 : $1.3800 (support line from Feb 14)
Support 3 : $1.3770 (Mar 2 low)
Comments: the pair sustains losses. The nearest support $1,3890. Below losses are possible to $1.3800. The nearest resistance $1.4000. Above growth is possible to $1,4030.

07:07
Schedule for today, Tuesday, Mar 15 2011:

10:00 Germany ZEW economic expectations index (March) 15.5 15.7
12:30 USA NY Fed Empire State manufacturing index (March) 16.9 15.4
12:30 USA Import prices (February) 0.9% 1.5%
12:30 USA Export prices (February) - 1.2%
12:55 USA Redbook (12.03)  
13:00 USA TICS net flows (January), bln - 48.2
13:00 USA TICS net long-term flows (January), bln - 65.9
18:15 USA FOMC meeting announcement 0.00-0.25% 0.00-0.25%

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