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S&P500 (ES) Rejected at Prior Weekly Chart Upchannel Support


The S&P500 (ES) rallied initially yesterday on the FOMC minutes, only to reverse sharply lower and closing down for a 3rd straight day.  The ES is increasingly fatigued after failing to break above the 61.8% Fib retrace of the drop that began late January.  Significantly, ES is forming a weekly red candle just below prior upchannel support (on the weekly chart), illustrating the inability for ES to recover this former key support.  Before bears become too emboldened, they will want to see the daily Stochastics and MACD join the RSI in turning down.  I was stopped out yesterday at a slight loss on the initial spike up following the FOMC, and am looking to re-enter short today in the red zone (of the daily chart), targeting the green zone for early next week.  The amber/yellow zone is where I might place a stop if I was a swing trader (although in my personal account with which I seldom hold overnight I set my stops tighter).
 
S&P500 (CME ES Mar18) Weekly/Daily/4hr
 
 

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USDJPY BUCKS THE STRONGER USD TREND


Morning Briefing February 22nd 2018


There is a heavy data calendar on both sides of the Atlantic Thursday, with the German Ifo Index and the UK GDP 2nd estimate likely to be the stand outs in early trade.

The European calendar gets underway at 0745GMT, with a host of French data expected, including the Services and manufacturing sentiment data, the business climate index and the final French January inflation data.

At 0900GMT, Italian industrial orders and the German Ifo business climate index are set for publication.

In the UK, the UK GDP data and the index of services will be released at 0930GMT. This week's release will give us the expenditure breakdown so alongside any meaningful revisions to the output components eyes will be primed for how household spending, net trade and business investment fared between October and December. Of the fourteen analysts polled thus far, all saw growth unrevised at 0.5 q/q. Expected annual growth was also unchanged at 1.5% y/y.

At 1000GMT, Italian final January inflation will be published.

Back in the UK, at 1100GMT, the February CBI Distributive Trades data will be released.

At the same time, Bundesbank Board member Joachim Wuermeling participates in a discussion at High-level conference on sustainable finance, in Berlin.

The latest US jobless claims data will be released at 1330GMT.

The level of initial jobless claims is expected to remain at 230,000 in the February 17 employment survey week after a rebound of 7,000 in the previous week.

At the same time, Canadian retail sales data will cross the wires.

Back in Europe, at 1400GMT, the BNB Business Sentiment index will be published.

The US January leading indicators will be published at 1500GMT. The index of leading indicators is forecast to rise by 0.6% in January, maintaining the string of solid gains. Positive contributions are expected from a strong jump in building  permits, higher stock prices, falling jobless claims and rising consumer expectations.

The weekly Natural Gas Stocks data will be released at 1530GMT, with the DOE weekly crude oil stocks data expected at 1600GMT.

Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Raphael Bostic speaks at the 2018 Banking Outlook Conference in Atlanta, with audience Q&A, starting at 1710GMT. Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Rob Kaplan participates in a moderated Q&A , starting at 2030GMT.

Late US data sees the Fed's Weekly M2 Money Supply Data published at 2130GMT.

Global Economic Trading Calendar


Markets


SNAPSHOT: Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session: - Nikkei 225 down 290.99 points at 21760.27 - ASX 200 up 14.975 points at 5952.2 - Shanghai Comp. up 62.396 points at 3261.555 - JGB 10-Yr future up 1 ticks at 150.79, yield up 0.2bp at 0.058% - Aussie 3-Yr future up 2 ticks at 97.85, yield down 2.1bp at 2.115% - Aussie 10-Yr future down 0.5 ticks at 97.12, yield up 0.7bp at 2.885% - US 10-Yr future up 0+ ticks at 120.07, yield down 1.65bp at 2.9445%

US TSY/RECAP: Words matter -- and in the case of the Jan FOMC it's the addition of "further" to gradual hikes that hammered rates later in session. - Earlier the DXY turned negative (-.120 to 89.596) briefly post-auction, adding to Tsy sell-off/extending session lows in long end, short end reversing initial gains. The 5-Year auction stopped on the screws, and dealer take up edged higher, as the cover ratio softened. - Sources reported heavy long end selling/futures and cash post-minutes

DOLLAR: The dollar index now sits above 90.00 in the wake of the latest FOMC meeting minutes, following the initial leg lower in the immediate aftermath of the release. - The Fed is seemingly becoming increasingly optimistic over the US economy in the short term. - A raft of 2018 voters are packed in to the next 2 days.

AUSSIE BONDS: The space has moved back from the opening lows. - The move away from lows has been aided by an ever so modest downtick in US yields at the start of the Asia-Pac session, with the US 10-Year last at 2.941%, after we briefly touched above 2.95% in lieu of the release of the latest FOMC meeting minutes.

AUSSIE: The AUD has continued its recent bout of underperformance following the well discussed evaporation of its 10-Year yield premium over the US (the differential currently sits around a 6bp discount) and heavy use of moderate to cautious language from the RBA surrounding inflation. - The AUDUSD now sits just below 0.80, while the AUDNZD cross sits just above 1.0650.

US TSY FLOWS: Sources note that so far this morning there has been reserve manager buying in the 10-Year space as well as real money interest to receive the belly of the curve in swaps. The 7-Year sector is underperforming, as is usual, pre-auction.

YEN: The JPY has garnered strength through the Asia-Pac session thus far paying more attention to the sell off in equity than comments from Japanese gov't advisor Hamada who suggested that the BoJ should purchase foreign bonds in its quest for reflation.

JGBS: JGB futures went in to the lunch break unchanged at 150.78, ignoring the modest bid that crept in to US Tsys in early Asia-Pac dealing. The longer end of the curve (ex 40-Year) underperformed ahead of today's 20-Year supply, despite most watchers holding a relatively upbeat view on the upcoming auction.

JGBS AUCTION: The Japanese Ministry of Finance (MOF) sells Y809.0bln of 0.60% December 20 2037 bonds, issue #163. - Average Yield: 0.561% (prev. 0.592%); Average Price: 100.68 (prev. 100.14) - High Yield: 0.563% (prev. 0.594%); Low Price: 100.65 (prev. 100.10) - Allotted at High Yield: 56.8524% (prev. 55.9271%) - Bid/Cover: 4.444 (prev. 4.166)

STOCKS: JPY demand and a higher US-yield environment weighed on risk assets. Japanese stocks were the largest regional casualty, China was the exception, as investors played catch up following the LNY holiday & the PBoC resumed its open market operations.

OIL: WTI last trades $0.65 lower at $61.00, with Brent down around $0.50 at $64.90. - Crude initially ran higher in early post-settlement dealing following a surprise draw in headline crude inventories in the weekly API inventory estimate. Analysts are still looking for a headline build of 2.9mln barrels in the official DoE inventory release.

GOLD: The yellow metal failed to capitalise on the broader risk off tone observed in Asia-Pacific dealing, as it consolidated the losses inspired by the FOMC meeting minutes, last trading pretty much flat at $1,324/oz, with US 10-Year yields 2bp or so from US session highs.

Technical Analysis


BUND: (H18) Daily Bear Channel Top Confirms Significance

*RES 4: 159.33 High Jan 31
*RES 3: 158.85 High Feb 21
*RES 2: 158.78 Daily Bear channel top (Off Dec 15 High)
*RES 1: 158.61 Hourly resistance Feb 21

*PREVIOUS CLOSE: 158.23

*SUP 1: 157.90 Low Feb 21
*SUP 2: 157.65 Low Feb 16
*SUP 3: 157.42 Low Feb 15
*SUP 4: 157.26 2018 Low Feb 8    

*COMMENTARY: The daily bear channel top confirmed significance again leaving the contract looking offered. Bulls now need a close above 158.85 to confirm a break of the channel top and 21-DMA (158.57), easing bearish pressure and above 159.66 to shift focus to 160.67-161.21 where 55 & 100-DMAs are noted. Bears need a close below 157.90 to gain breathing room. A close below 157.26 remains needed to add weight to the case for a test of the bear channel base (156.22).

EUROSTOXX50: Sideways Trading, 3368.1 Support Key

*RES 4: 3480.0 21-DMA
*RES 3: 3474.9 Low Feb 5 now resistance
*RES 2: 3469.2 Low Jan 2 now resistance
*RES 1: 3436.7 High Feb 19

*PREVIOUS CLOSE: 3430.2

*SUP 1: 3398.6 Low Feb 16
*SUP 2: 3368.1 Hourly resistance Feb 14 now support
*SUP 3: 3306.6 2018 Low Feb 9
*SUP 4: 3303.9 100-WMA

*COMMENTARY: Daily studies correcting from O/S remain the key concern for bears and support a correction back to 3469.23-3474.86. Above the 21-DMA initially targets DMAs clustered 3523.2-3600.4. Key support remains at 3368.1 with bears needing a close below to end correction talk and retain focus on the 200-WMA (3296.5). Bears need a close below the 200-WMA to target 2017 lows (3214.3).

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FX Rundown


Euro (March)

Session close: Settled at 1.2321, down 35 ticks

Fundamentals: The Euro finished the session lower after a delayed reaction to slightly hawkish FOMC Minutes. The Minutes themselves did not bring much of a surprise; the Fed sees stronger economic growth and “almost all participants” saw inflation moving to the Fed’s 2% target. Initially, the Euro spiked about half a penny before reversing. Treasuries had a much milder hesitation and led way. The 10-year spiked to a new high yield of 2.957. Ultimately, we must remember that this meeting took place before the recent stock slide and while the Fed was very upbeat on growth prospects in January, they might be a little more cautious on their effect on rising treasury yields moving forward. It will be important to see what Fed officials say over the next couple weeks and while a March hike is almost guaranteed, we could be in store for one bubble-wrapped in a dovish rhetoric; a main reason why we are long-term bearish the Dollar. Tonight, Minneapolis Fed President Kashkari, Fed hike dissenter, speaks at 7:15 pm CT. Fed Vice Chair Quarles speaks at 11:15 pm CT. German Business data is due at 3:00 am CT tomorrow. At 6:30 am CT the ECB publishes their Minutes from the January meeting. We expect volatility to continue and believe the ECB will test the market once again for a change in policy wording. This should have a very bullish effect on the Euro to close out the week. Weekly Jobless Claims are due at 7:30 am CT. NY Fed President Dudley speaks at 9:00 am CT, Atlanta Fed President Bostic speaks at 11:10 pm and Dallas Fed President Kaplan speaks at 2:30 pm.

Technicals: Price action traded to a low of 1.2301 and settled exactly at our first key support. Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels.

 

Yen (March)

Session close: Settled at .9292, down 44.5 ticks

Fundamentals: The Yen traded lower immediately last night as the Dollar remained firm and Japanese Manufacturing PMI missed. However, price action recovered into the early morning and this aligned with weakness in the equity market; the Nikkei was firm early but gave up its gains as U.S hours neared. As mentioned above, the FOMC Minutes were on the hawkish side, however, the Yen finished the electronic session down only a few ticks from where it was prior to the release of the Minutes. This was in part due to equity weakness that accompanied a firm Dollar. The S&P gave up nearly 2% from its swing high into the close and this paves the way for a choppy trade into tomorrow morning, something that should keep the Yen from selling off. Foreign Investment and Bond Buying data is due out of Japan tonight at 5:50 pm CT.

Technicals: The technicals continue to paint a tremendous path for current market conditions. Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels.

 

Aussie (March)

Session close: Settled at .7820, down 58 ticks

Fundamentals: The Aussie stayed on a path south last night on sluggish data and a firm U.S Dollar. Ultimately, the only bounce the tape saw was the short-lived one while traders sold the U.S Dollar to digest the FOMC Minutes. The Aussie finished the electronic session on the lows and a poor session for the metal complex does not bode well it in the near term. There is no major data from Australia to close out the week, the trade will be dependent on the U.S Dollar.

Technicals: After a roaring two months the Aussie Dollar has come back to earth. Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels.

 

Canadian (March)

Session close: Settled at .78865, down 26.5 ticks

Fundamentals: The Canadian put in another weak session as the U.S Dollar remained firm and volatility continued in commodities and equity markets. With a strong finish for the U.S Dollar and yields on the heels of the FOMC Minutes, the Canadian made a new swing low. Traders look to Retail Sales data out of Canada tomorrow to give the trade a domestic focus, this comes at 7:30 am CT. Crude Oil inventories and the equity market trade will also be key.

Technicals: Momentum turned heavily south and is testing support at the .78805 level. Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels.

 

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Bill Baruch breaks down the markets ahead of today's FOMC minutes and oil inventories


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Visit our website at www.bluelinefutures.com to open an account and stay up to date with our research.

Bill Baruch is President and founder of Blue Line Futures. Bill has more than a decade of trading experience. Working with clients he focuses on developing trading strategies that present a clear objective for both long and short-term trading approaches. He believes that in order to properly execute a trading strategy, there must be a well-balanced approach to risk and reward.

Prior to Blue Line, Bill was the Chief Market Strategist at iiTRADER which followed running a trade desk at Lind Waldock and MF Global.

Bill is a featured expert on CNBC, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal as well as other top tier publications. 

Blue Line Futures is a leading futures and commodities brokerage firm located at the Chicago Board of Trade. We work with clients that range from institutional to professional to novice and from self-directed to broker-assisted. No matter what type of trader you are, our mission is simple; to put the client first. This means bringing YOU strong customer service, consistent and reliable research and state of the art technology. 

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The Hammerstone Report - Mid Morning Look


Wednesday, February 21, 18

U.S. equities are higher, bouncing after yesterday’s late day pullback where nearly every S&P sector declined on Tuesday, while energy one of the few standout declining groups today. Markets await news, as the Federal Reserve is due to release minutes from its January policy meeting – the last under former Fed Chair Janet Yellen – at 2:00 p.m. today. European markets slumped after weaker PMI manufacturing data points overnight in the EuroZone. Energy sector the worst performing early, with a few earnings missed and lower production views (NFX, DVN). News flow remains light, amid one weak housing data point, several earnings reports markets awaiting for direction of interest rates. Not much movement in bonds, currencies or commodities thus far, though the Sterling rises off one-week low on Bank of England policymakers' hawkish tone. Markets also await another round of U.S. debt sales after $179B was auctioned yesterday.

Treasuries, Currencies and Commodities

  • In currency markets, not much doing, with the dollar index (DXY) trading up slightly after weaker existing home sales data earlier, but markets await the FOMC Minutes form January meeting, due for release later this afternoon; Bitcoin prices tumble over 10%, drops to around $10,500 (off overnight highs $11,784); the dollar small gains vs. euro, yen and Pound early
  • Commodity prices; Precious metals with small gains, as gold trades above $1,333 an ounce, while oil prices slip slightly ahead of inventory data tonight (API pushed back 1-day due to holiday on Monday) and tomorrow morning (EIA data 11:00 AM on Thursday)
  • Treasury markets little changed ahead of FOMC Minutes from January meeting later today as 10-yr yield 2.88%; also debt prices fell after yesterday’s auction saw the Treasury sell $179 billion of fresh debt at yields not seen since 2008…with more supply on the way this week

Economic Data

  • Existing-Home Sales for January fell (-3.2%) to 5.38M, below the 5.6M estimate, while December was revised to 5.56M from 5.57M; there was 3.4 months’ supply in Jan. vs. 3.2 in Dec.; inventory rose 4.1% to 1.52M homes; median home price rose 5.8% from last year to $240,500
  • Feb. Flash Markit Composite PMI 55.9 vs 53.8 and vs. year ago 54.1; new orders rise to 58.1 vs 56.3 in January (highest reading since March 2015)

Sector Movers Today

  • E&P sector; DVN shares slide after the company posted weaker-than-expected Q4 earnings (38c vs. est. 62c) and offered downbeat production guidance for 2018; NFX shares fell to 52-week lows as Q4 production of ~170 Mboepd came in 1% above Street estimates, with oil (67.1 MMbpd) falling in-line with Consensus; CXO Q4 production of 211 Mboepd easily beat consensus by 4%, which drove a 9% EBITDA beat ($513MM vs. ~$472MM)/also laid out a plan to deliver 20% oil production growth while keeping capital outlays within operating cash flow for year; EQT approved a plan to separate its upstream and midstream businesses, creating a standalone publicly traded corporation (NewCo) that will focus on midstream operations
  • Chemicals; MOS upgraded to overweight at JP Morgan and raise tgt to $30 as the company's reduced phosphate production in the U.S. has created a positive price dynamic; CF initiated outperform at Bernstein and $60 price target as nitrogen recovery continues; KRA shares fall after quarterly earnings and in-line guidance
  • Consumer Finance and Lending; Oppenheimer said they continue to believe investors should own AXP over the next 12-18 month and ahead of the 3/7 Investor Day; LC shares slip as reiterated its '18E outlook, while introducing 1Q:18E Revenue/EBITDA guidance, 5%/$5.6M below the Street at the midpoint on higher marketing/servicing costs, and structured programs seasonality; SQ tgt raised to $52 from $40 at KeyBanc; WEX Q4 top and bottom line results beat; COF was downgraded to neutral at Nomura as sees limited room for positive revisions and a full valuation
  • Large Cap Pharma; ABBV and NBIX reported positive results for uterine fibroids drug, saying their drug met its primary endpoint in a phase III trial testing it in women with uterine fibroids; along with 4Q financial results, TXMD provided an update on plans to launch TX-004HR in 3Q18 and TX-001HR in 1Q19; DVAX rises early after hepatitis B vaccine recommendation by CDC immunization committee

Stock GAINERS

  • AAP +10%; after 4Q results beat, though posted what analysts considered conservative 2018 guidance (AZO, ORLY moved in reaction)
  • LPSN +10%; rises despite forecasts for 1Q and FY EPS that were below expectations, with analysts saying they delivered a good quarter of results and guidance
  • LZB +10%; quarterly profit down, miss estimates (due to tax reform), but sales and comps strong
  • MOS +3%; upgraded to overweight at JP Morgan and raise tgt to $30 as the company's reduced phosphate production in the U.S. has created a positive price dynamic
  • VRSK +3%; as quarterly revenue and adj. EBITDA each ~2% above consensus
  • ·WEX +9%; Q4 top and bottom line results beat, sending shares higher

Stock LAGGARDS

  • BYD -6%; 4Q EBITDA was slightly below expectations, and 2018 EBITDA guidance came in 4% below consensus at the midpoint, driven by headwinds
  • DVN -5%; after the company posted weaker-than-expected Q4 earnings (38c vs. est. 62c) and offered downbeat production guidance for 2018
  • GRMN -5%; after quarterly results
  • LHO -7%; issued below-consensus guidance for 2018
  • PTLA -8%; CHMP communicated a positive trend vote on the MAA for AndexXa and a negative trend vote for BevyxXa following oral explanations
  • RCII -7%; posted a wider than expected Q4 EPS loss of (41c) vs. est. loss (7c), a miss on revs and an unexpected decline of comps (-2%)
  • QTS -22%; after Q4 results, 2018 forecast for FFO/share and adj. Ebitda was materially below analyst estimates and announced restructuring of its sales and management teams
  • SLCA -9%; posted a Q4 Ebitda miss, along with 1Q guidance calling for volumes and pricing in Oil & Gas segment to be unchanged QoQ
  • TTS -28%; posted an unexpected 4Q loss and the first comp sales decline in several quarters, along with gross margin deterioration
  • UTHR -8%; 4Q revenue beat estimates but EPS missed on higher taxes and operating expenses

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This article is from the Hammerstone Group and is being posted with the Hammerstone Group's permission. The views expressed in this article are solely those of the author and/or the Hammerstone Group and IB is not endorsing or recommending any investment or trading discussed in the article. This material is for information only and is not and should not be construed as an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security. To the extent that this material discusses general market activity, industry or sector trends or other broad-based economic or political conditions, it should not be construed as research or investment advice. To the extent that it includes references to specific securities, commodities, currencies, or other instruments, those references do not constitute a recommendation by IB to buy, sell or hold such security. This material does not and is not intended to take into account the particular financial conditions, investment objectives or requirements of individual customers. Before acting on this material, you should consider whether it is suitable for your particular circumstances and, as necessary, seek professional advice.


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