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U.S. Day Ahead: More calls for QE3 when doves cry

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 02:00

April 10 - Expect Fed doves to push for more stimulus during key speeches throughout the day. Reuters Correspondent Mark Felsenthal says QE3 is still very much on the table.

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Here's your US -- ahead expect more calls for QE3. Went bad doves cry in speeches throughout the day Eric Rosen -- and Janet Yellen are likely to push for more stimulus especially after the weak jobs report but expect counter arguments from the more hawkish colleagues pastor George and Jane Bullard. Reuters mark Dell's involved says at the end of the day the Fed's likely to re opened -- check. I think further easing of some tight it's still very much on the table. We heard from hop. Who said that that date of the first likely rate increase actually be moved forward from 2014. This was Minneapolis that's caught the Lakota. But I think he's an outline I think there's still considering. What they might have to do if the outlook deteriorates. We'll also hear from -- Atlanta fed president Dennis Lockhart at 8:20 am and new. Don't be surprised as some pessimism creeps into the Fed's latest Beige Book at 2 PM last time the Central Bank described pace of growth in its regions as. Modest to moderate. But -- as far as warning overall manufacturing could be described as less robust. Credit conditions could offer some hope -- force as they could still be depicted as generally positive. And there's more David at crunch in the morning at seven and we get cheap mortgage industry numbers including the refinance index and the thirty year rate. 830 sees the release of import export prices and at 2 PM we get the federal budget. Import prices are likely to have risen by almost 1% in March which means more inflationary pressure from abroad. We'll get the government and industries take on the future of natural gas at that New York Times energy for tomorrow conference. Attendees will include US energy secretary Steven -- BP capital chairman T. Boone Pickens and Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers. Prices -- I guess at a ten year low things -- high inventories and moderate weather. I'm Fred Katayama and this is right.

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U.S. Day Ahead: More calls for QE3 when doves cry

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 02:00