Recap 2015-01-28




  • FOMC: Economic activity is expanding at a moderate solid pace…with solid strong job gains; recent declines in energy prices have boosted household purchasing power. Inflation is anticipated to decline further in the near term…it likely will be appropriate to maintain the 0-1/4 percent target rage for the federal funds rate for a considerable time…
  • German GfK Consumer Confidence improved to 9.3 vs 9.1 exp and 9.0 prev
  • French Consumer Confidence was stable at 90 vs 91 exp
  • Australia 4Q CPI declined to 1.7% vs 1.8% exp and 2.3% prev. The Trimmed Mean measure was inline at 2.2% vs 2.5% prev


  • Wed: RBNZ, Japan Retail Sales, UK House Prices
  • Thu: German Unemployment, CPI, Italy Consumer Confidence, UK Jobless Claims, Pending Home Sales, Japan Jobless Rate, CPI, UK Consumer Confidence
  • Fri: Month End, Japan Housing Starts, EU CPI, Unemployment, CanadaGDP, US 4Q GDP, Employment Cost Index, Chicago PMI
  • Mon: China PMI, Australia PMI, Japan PMI, EU PMI Revisions, US Personal Income, Core PCE, Canada PMI, US ISM, Australia Trade Balance, Building Approvals, RBA,
  • Tue: EU PPI, New Zealand Unemployment, Wheeler Speaks, Japan PMI
  • Wed: EU Services PMI, US ADP Employment, Non-Mfg ISM, Australia Retail Sales

One thought on “Recap 2015-01-28

  1. UST 10 yrs and 30 yrs are approaching Gundlach’s target ( 1.30 and 2.00). Which were also mine ( see my previous posts ). Deflation is coming.

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