Dollar strengthens despite month-end selling flows; cyclical stocks prosper – Newsquawk US Market Wrap

  • SNAPSHOT: Equities up, Treasuries up, Crude up, Dollar up.
  • REAR VIEW: Fed’s Goolsbee is information-dependent; Chicago PMI misses; More China stimulus jawboning; XOM in talks with automakers to produce lithium; Fed SLOOS deteriorates as anticipated; Hot Core EZ CPI; BoJ steps in to cease JGB promote-off.
  • COMING UPData: Caixin Manufacturing PMI, German Unemployment Rate, UK/EZ Final PMI, US ISM, JOLTS, New Zealand Labour Data Events: RBA Policy Announcement Speakers: Fed’s Goolsbee Supply: Japan Earnings: Covestro, Deutsche Post, Daimler Truck, BP, Diageo, HSBC, American International Group Inc, Advanced Micro Devices Inc, Electronic Arts Inc, Merck & Co Inc.
  • WEEK AHEAD PREVIEW: Highlights embody US jobs report, BoE, RBA and PMI information. To obtain the report, please click here.
  • CENTRAL BANKS WEEKLY: Previewing RBA, BCB and BoE; Reviewing FOMC, BoJ and ECB. To obtain the report, please click here.

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Stocks have been uneven on Monday with a powerful outperformance in cyclicals with the Russell 2k surging to reclaim 2000, albeit amidst a scarcity of main information or catalysts with broader value motion framed round month-end flows. The Fed’s SLOOS survey noticed financial institution lending requirements tighten and mortgage demand decline, though hardly a shock after Powell warned as a lot final Wednesday. The Chicago PMI rose lower than anticipated and the Kansas Fed survey additionally remained subdued, however neither garnered a lot response. Fed Speak noticed Goolsbee go away every thing on the desk for September forward of key information releases. Elsewhere, China PMI information was subdued once more however extra assertive jawboning from authorities our bodies on impending assist measures was cited for oil ripping increased to put up their greatest M/M acquire since January 2022. The BoJ stepped in for a bond-shopping for operation as JGB yields hit new current peaks, igniting Yen selling. In Europe, HICP flash Y/Y inflation information in July fell to five.3% from 5.5%, as anticipated, though the core did not enhance as a lot as anticipated. Treasuries have been barely firmer with preliminary JGB weak point and company provide pressures absorbed, with consideration now drifting to Wednesday’s refunding announcement. The Dollar was bid despite month-end fashions pointing to selling, whereas a bigger-than-anticipated Chile fee reduce weighed on LatAm FX; AUD outperformed with RBA on deck.


FEDChicago Fed President Goolsbee (voter, dove), in response to the PCE information, mentioned it was fabulous information to see inflation come down this manner, noting month-to-month readings have been fairly good. In becoming to Chair Powell, Goolsbee didn’t decide to any future fee selections, noting nothing is on or off the desk for September and he does not know if the Fed ought to skip, stressing a number of key information factors are due earlier than the following assembly and that they are going to play it by ear on the restrictiveness of the coverage fee. In regards to a delicate touchdown, Goolsbee mentioned up to now we’re on the ‘golden path’ and efforts to get inflation down to date are working. He was very dismissive of the Phillips curve too, noting he doesn’t suppose the historic relationship between unemployment and inflation has to exist on this case. Goolsbee additionally famous he has not seen something tighter in credit score circumstances than what was anticipated and on the banking sector mentioned he’s an extended-time period advocate of upper capital within the banking sector. On wages, he repeated that they aren’t a number one indicator, whereas on housing he famous inflation is anticipated to begin dropping within the sector.

SLOOS: In abstract, the Fed’s Q2 Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey noticed tighter requirements reported throughout companies and households with weakening mortgage demand; banks additionally mentioned they count on to additional tighten requirements within the second half of the yr. On loans to companies, respondents reported tighter requirements and weaker demand for C&I loans to companies of all sizes over Q2. Banks reported tighter requirements and weaker demand for all CRE mortgage classes. On loans to households, banks reported that lending requirements tightened throughout all classes of residential actual property (RRE) loans with demand additionally weakening. Banks reported each tighter requirements and weaker demand for dwelling fairness traces of credit score (HELOCs). Standards tightened for all client mortgage classes; demand weakened for auto and different client loans, whereas it remained mainly unchanged for bank card loans. And on the outlook for H2 2023, banks mentioned they count on to additional tighten requirements on all mortgage classes citing a much less beneficial or extra unsure financial outlook and anticipated deterioration in collateral values and the credit score high quality of loans. Note that Powell prefaced the discharge ultimately week’s FOMC when he mentioned, “[the SLOOS is] broadly consistent with what you would expect.”

CHICAGO PMI: Chicago PMI rose to 42.8 from 41.5 however was beneath the anticipated 43.2. The headline determine has risen for 2 consecutive months, albeit stays barely down since January which is broadly according to month-to-month development in manufacturing output development, which is bouncing round zero. Moreover, Chicago PMI tends to lag the pattern in civilian plane orders – as a consequence of Boeing – and Pantheon Macroeconomics notes “the June spike in aircraft orders signals a sharp upturn in the index later this year”. However, this may inform us little in regards to the broader outlook for manufacturing, which stays bleak. Overall, the consultancy concludes, “capital spending intentions in the regional Fed surveys bounced in June, suggesting a rebound in the hard output data towards the end of this year, but the July numbers have been mixed.”


RBA PREVIEW: There are blended views relating to the RBA assembly on Tuesday as a current Reuters ballot confirmed 20 out of 36 economists surveyed count on the RBA to lift the Cash Rate by 25bps to 4.35% and the remaining 16 are calling for charges to be maintained at 4.10%, whereas cash markets had priced in a 79% likelihood for the central financial institution to proceed pausing on charges and only a 21% likelihood for a 25bps hike. To obtain the complete Newsquawk preview, please click here.

CHINESE EXPORT CONTROLS: Chinese export controls on key chipmaking materials will come into impact on Tuesday 1st August. On July third, in response to Western sanctions on the Chinese semiconductor sector, Beijing introduced export restrictions on gallium and germanium – important parts for manufacturing semiconductors and different electronics, efficient from August 1st. China’s Commerce Ministry (MOFCOM) acknowledged that these measures have been carried out to guard nationwide safety and pursuits. As per the brand new tips, Chinese exporters of those supplies will now want to hunt the ministry’s approval, offering details about the tip-customers and the supposed use of the supplies. Analysts at Rabobank make clear such export controls don’t essentially imply that China’s exports of the uncommon metallic will likely be restricted, however the course of to acquire gallium may turn into extra cumbersome and could be at larger threat of being disrupted in future, ought to geopolitical tensions improve additional. To obtain the complete Newsquawk evaluation piece, please click here.



Treasuries have been barely firmer into month-end amid delicate survey information, whereas JGB weak point and company provide pressures have been absorbed. 2s -1.6bps at 4.881%, 3s -1.7bps at 4.525%, 5s -1.1bps at 4.184%, 7s -0.4bps at 4.085%, 10s -0.4bps at 3.965%, 20s -0.5bps at 4.225%, 30s -0.7bps at 4.023%.

INFLATION BREAKEVENS: 5yr BEI -2.2bps at 2.406%, 10yr BEI -2bps at 2.370%, 30yr BEI -3.3bps at 2.276%.

THE DAY: T-Notes hit preliminary peaks of 111-15 on the Globex open earlier than higher selling kicked in because the APAC session acquired underway on Monday, with JGBs main the weak point. The selling momentum fizzed out after the BoJ made an unscheduled JGB shopping for announcement because the Japanese 10yr yield examined 0.60%. Chinese PMIs have been blended with sturdy mfg./weak companies. Despite the pause for selling in APAC, T-Notes finally went on to print session lows at 111-02 as Europe returned from the weekend.

London’s arrival coincided with a 6k T-Note block purchase that initiated a restoration from there. EU Flash CPI was consistent with expectations however core prints have been hotter than anticipated, albeit garnered little market response. T-Notes noticed a light pullback within the NY morning amid just a few company IG debt offers being introduced, together with chunky 5-parters from each Mercedes-Benz and BAT, making use of some provide strain to govvies forward of the Treasury’s quarterly refunding announcement on Wednesday, the place elevated coupon public sale sizes are anticipated.

111-08 served as assist, and contracts started recovering as Chicago Fed’s Goolsbee spoke on Yahoo! Finance. There was no express coverage steering from the official, who as an alternative caught to the occasion line of needing to see the totality of the info earlier than a September fee resolution, however he was fast to reward the Fed’s progress alongside the “Golden Path” (decrease inflation with out rising unemployment). The barely decrease improve than anticipated within the Chicago Fed PMI solely supported the rebound, breaking above the globex peak (111-15+), and was given weight to by the suppressed Dallas Fed index, whereas month-end shopping for was additionally on the radar. T-Notes finally peaked at 111-20, just like Friday’s 111-21 peak, earlier than paring considerably into settlement with an as-anticipated deterioration within the Fed’s SLOOS survey (tighter lending requirements and diminished mortgage demand) having little notable impact.

TREASURY FINANCING ESTIMATES: Treasury introduced it expects to borrow USD 1.007tln in internet marketable debt for Jul-Sept, up USD 274bln from the May estimate. Said the borrowing estimate assumes a September-end money stability of USD 650bln and the estimate is increased than initially introduced as a result of decrease starting-of-quarter money stability (USD 148bln) and better finish-of-quarter money stability (USD 50bln), in addition to projections of decrease receipts and better outlays (USD 83bln). Looking additional forward, Treasury mentioned it’s to situation USD 852bln in October-December 23, assuming a Dec-end money stability of USD 750bln. Additional financing particulars regarding Treasury’s Quarterly Refunding will likely be launched at 08:30ET on Wednesday, the place coupon public sale measurement will increase are anticipated.


  • SR3U3 flat at 94.59, Z3 +1bp at 94.63, H4 +3bps at 94.85, M4 +4bps at 95.17, U4 +4.5bps at 95.545, Z4 +4.5bps at 95.88, H5 +5bps at 96.145, M5 +5bps at 96.31, U5 +5.5bps at 96.415, U6 +2bps at 96.585, U7 +1bps at 96.565.
  • SOFR fell to five.30% from 5.31% as of July twenty eighth, volumes fell to USD 1.419tln from 1.501tln.
  • NY Fed RRP op demand surges to USD 1.821tln from 1.730tln amid month-end elements, throughout 105 counterparties (prev. 99).
  • EFFR flat at 5.33% as of July twenty eighth, volumes rise to USD 106bln from 105bln.
  • US bought USD 73bln of three-month payments at 5.280%, coated 2.92x; bought USD 65bln of 6-month payments at 5.270%, coated 2.95x.

THIS WEEK (US gadgets bolded):

  • TUE: Final Manufacturing PMIs (Jul), ISM Manufacturing PMI (Jul), JOLTS (Jun), RBA Announcement, Chinese Caixin Manufacturing Final PMI (Jul), German/EZ Unemployment Rates (Jul), EZ/UK Final Manufacturing PMIs (Jul), New Zealand Jobs Report (Q2).
  • WED: ADP Employment (Jul), Quarterly Refunding, BCB Announcement.
  • THU: Services and Composite Final PMI (Jul), Durable Goods R (Jun), ISM Services PMI (Jul), Productivity (Q2), Jobless Claims, Fed’s Barkin (nv), BoE Announcement and MPR, CNB Announcement, Chinese Caixin Final PMI (Jul), Swiss CPI (Jul), EZ/UK Services and Composite Final PMI (Jul).
  • FRI: Jobs Report (Jul), RBA SoMP, EZ Retail Sales (Jun), Canadian Jobs Report (Jul).



Oil costs have been firmer Monday, with China jawboning persevering with to underpin the upward momentum that sees WTI and Brent put up their greatest month since January 2022. Prices had been on the again foot in the course of the APAC Monday session, with subdued Chinese PMI information the spotlight. But, the later reaffirmations of incoming consumption assist from Chinese authorities departments aided a reversal increased in the course of the European session. The upside misplaced momentum as US commerce acquired underway, albeit WTI (U3) and Brent (V3) contracts managed to carry onto their power by means of the remainder of the session earlier than edging to session highs for settlement. In the power house Monday, Reuters’ newest month-to-month OPEC ballot noticed the cartel’s July output fall 840k BPD from June to 27.34mln BPD amid Saudi output reductions and Nigeria’s outages. While Reuters’ newest analyst ballot noticed the third straight month of analyst value cuts: Brent is seen averaging USD 81.95/bbl in 2023 (prev. 83.03/bbl in June ballot), WTI seen averaging USD 77.20/bbl (prev. 78.38/bbl). The newest Goldman Sachs word reaffirmed its value forecasts, citing an offsetting stability between a stronger demand outlook and the affect of upper realised inventories and sustained excessive-rates of interest.


CLOSES: SPX +0.15% at 4,589, NDX +0.04% at 15,757, DJIA +0.28% at 35,560, RUT +1.09% at 2,003.

SECTORS: Energy +2.00%, Real Estate +0.70%, Consumer Discretionary +0.56%, Materials +0.52%, Financials +0.44%, Industrials +0.23%, Technology +0.13%, Utilities +0.03%, Communication Services -0.03%, Consumer Staples -0.46%, Health -0.79%.

EUROPEAN CLOSES: DAX -0.14% at 16,446, FTSE 100 +0.07% at 7,699, CAC 40 +0.29% at 7,498, Euro Stoxx 50 +0.06% at 4,470, IBEX 35 -0.45% at 9,641, FTSE MIB +0.49% at 29,645, SMI -0.12% at 11,304.

STOCK SPECIFICSEARNINGSON Semiconductor (ON) beat on the highest and backside line alongside lifting Q3 steering. Loews (L) Q2 revenue greater than doubled as a soar in funding earnings cushioned a success from increased disaster losses in its insurance coverage unit. It additionally reported a better return on investments, helped by a broader market rally. AerCap (AER) beat on the highest and backside line in addition to elevating FY23 revenue view and asserting a brand new USD 500mln share buyback programme. SoFi Technologies (SOFI) beat on income, EPS, and EBITDA; This fall income view was in line nevertheless it lifted its FY income information.

STOCK SPECIFICS: Morgan Stanley boosted its Adobe (ADBE) value goal in addition to upgrading the inventory citing AI tailwinds. Disney (DIS) employed former executives Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs to advise CEO Bob Iger on coping with the corporate’s TV companies, based on FT; the 2 have been as soon as seen as potential successors to Iger however left when their possibilities diminished. A choose dominated that Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) can not use a unit’s chapter case to pressure most cancers victims to drop lawsuits and settle for a USD 8.9bln settlement associated to talc merchandise; JNJ plans to attraction the choice. Walmart (WMT) paid USD 1.4bln to purchase out Tiger Global’s shares in Flipkart valuing the Indian e-commerce big at USD 35bln; offers Walmart extra entry to the rising digital client market. Ford (F) downgraded at Jefferies, citing weak point in Model E steering. New Relic (NEWR) to be acquired by Francisco Partners and TPG for USD 87/shr or USD 6.5bln in money. NEWR closed Friday at USD 74.05/shr. Sweetgreen (SG) surged following a Piper Sandler improve; famous that the tide could also be turning for the co. XPeng (XPEV) tumbled in wake of a UBS downgrade; mentioned cos. close to-time period good points might now all be priced in after shares greater than doubled in value this yr. Morgan Stanley downgraded Salesforce (CRM) noting the cos. close to-time period catalysts, together with margin growth and value will increase, are within the “rear-view mirror.” Lithium miners (SQM, ALB) have been supported, significantly Albemarle (ALB) after it was reported Exxon (XOM) is in talks with Tesla (TSLA), Ford (F) and Volkswagen (VOW3 GY) on supplying lithium, with ALB amongst producers XOM is in talks with, Bloomberg reported. Elsewhere, Electrek reported that Uber (UBER) is shopping for 100 Tesla (TSLA) Model Y automobiles to deploy in Tokyo.


The Dollar caught a bid on month-end despite many promote aspect fashions pointing to Dollar selling. Credit Agricole’s month-end noticed “real money USD selling & corporate EUR buying again” while additionally noting flows are more likely to be gentle USD selling throughout the board, with the strongest promote sign in USD/JPY, whereas the company mannequin is indicative of EUR shopping for. Barclays in the meantime says the passive rebalancing mannequin at month-end exhibits weak USD selling in opposition to all majors. The information spotlight within the US was the Chicago PMI information which rose from the prior 41.5 to 42.8, however was beneath expectations of 43.3. Meanwhile, Fed’s Goolsbee (voter) and Kashkari (voter) spoke, albeit Kashkari was over the weekend the place he mentioned he’s not certain when the Fed will likely be performed elevating charges and they’re making good progress however will let the info information them they usually might or might not hike in September. Goolsbee added he doesn’t know if they need to skip the September assembly, noting nothing is on or off the desk, though did take consolation within the Fed being on the ‘Golden Path’, as in decreasing inflation with out unemployment rising. DXY rose from lows of 101.520 about an hour after the Chicago PMI information earlier than regularly paring all through the remainder of the session to highs of 101.89 at time of writing.

The Euro was weighed on by the Dollar power with EUR/USD briefly falling sub 1.10 heading into APAC commerce Tuesday, with the cross hovering round that stage despite scorching inflation information and a powerful GDP report. Eurozone inflation information noticed the Y/Y HICP in line at 5.3%, cooling from the prior 5.5%, nevertheless the core metric (ex Food & Energy) was hotter than anticipated at 6.6% (exp. 6.4%, prev. 6.8%) whereas the tremendous core was additionally hotter than anticipated at 5.5% (exp. 5.4%), however consistent with the prior 5.5%. On the marginally hotter than anticipated information, there was little response in European belongings or ECB market pricing, given there’s one other flash studying forward of the September 14th assembly. Currently, market pricing is regular round a 25-30% likelihood of a 25bp hike in September. EU GDP information noticed a 0.3% Q/Q acquire, accelerating from the prior -0.1% and above expectations of +0.2% whereas Y/Y rose 0.6%, cooler than the prior 1.0% however above expectations of 0.6%.

The Yen was markedly weaker to begin the week following on from the BoJ puzzle final week. During APAC commerce on Monday, the BoJ, in an unscheduled announcement, supplied to purchase a limiteless quantity of JGBs at a set fee with maturities of 5-10yr bonds and JPY 300bln in JGBs with residual maturity of 5-10yrs. The announcement follows the BoJ coverage tweak on Friday the place it carried out a versatile YCC coverage the place it’s going to purchase limitless 10yr JGBs at 1% however mentioned it isn’t elevating the yield cap of 0.5%. The Yen rose again above 142 to see a excessive of 142.6, ranges not seen since early July.

The Yuan noticed marginal good points vs the Dollar, on each offshore and onshore currencies with the PBoC setting a firmer than anticipated Yuan repair. However, there was extra coverage jawboning from officers, noting they are going to alter and enhance its insurance policies on property. Meanwhile, on information, the Chinese PMIs have been blended, the manufacturing noticed a marginal beat at 49.3 (exp. 49.2, prev. 49.0) whereas the companies information slipped to 51.5 from 53.2, beneath the 53 consensus – albeit remaining in expansionary territory. It can be price noting the Chinese export controls on key chipmaking materials will come into impact on Tuesday 1st August, a full Newsquawk evaluation might be found here.

Cyclical currencies predominantly outperformed, though the GBP softened vs the Dollar and solely noticed marginal good points in opposition to the Euro. AUD was the clear gainer on extra jawboning assist from China whereas the China PMI information was blended, the Manufacturing did high expectations. It’s additionally price maintaining a tally of Australian coal demand as China’s export financial institution on germanium comes into impact Tuesday – germanium is primarily obtained as a by-product of zinc manufacturing (75%) and from coal (25%). Furthermore, merchants will likely be ready for the RBA coverage resolution Tuesday with markets break up between a hike or maintain following the cooler-than-anticipated Aussie CPI information. NZD/USD additionally noticed stable good points, rising from lows of 0.6150 to highs of 0.6225 the place it briefly rose above the 100dma at 0.6198. AUD/NZD noticed good points forward of the RBA fee resolution. CAD noticed good points vs the buck, with USD/CAD falling from 1.3261 on the highs to lows of 1.3152 as oil costs surged all through the session on Chinese stimulus hopes.

EMFX was blended, however typically weaker following the Chile fee reduce. MXN was weaker vs the buck whereas the prelim development estimate got here consistent with expectations, however at a slower tempo than the prior, posting 0.9% development in Q2 vs 1.0% beforehand. The BRL noticed good points however the CLP underperformed following Friday’s bigger than anticipated 100bp reduce on Friday (extra beneath). The BCB can be set to chop charges on Wednesday, albeit not by the identical magnitude as Chile with the road on the lookout for a 25bp reduce to 13.5% from 13.75%, albeit some do search for a 50bp reduce. COP was weaker within the session with the Columbia Central Bank preserving charges unchanged as anticipated in a unanimous resolution whereas Governor Villar noting the financial institution won’t present ahead steering on fee strikes.

CHILE: The Chile Central Bank reduce charges by 100bps on Friday, taking its key fee to 10.25%, 50bp deeper than the analyst consensus of 10.75%, however in becoming with forecasts from Pantheon and Scotia. The resolution was unanimous, it additionally famous how with developed nation coverage pointing to extended intervals of tighter coverage, the impulse the Chilean financial system will obtain will stay restricted. Within the assertion, it famous that the federal government has developed broadly consistent with estimates from the June Monetary Policy Report, and it has initiated its easing cycle primarily based on the consolidation of the inflationary convergence course of. However, it does acknowledge rates of interest will accumulate a stronger discount than what was thought of within the June Monetary Policy Report. Given the bigger-than-anticipated reduce, the markets are pricing in an much more dovish final result in September with 159bps of fee cuts implied, suggesting a 62% likelihood of a 150bp reduce and a 38% likelihood of a 175bp reduce.


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