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Trade Date: 10/8/2015 Commentary (delayed until 10.20 AM ET)
ZN R1-R4: 129-02-129-035, 129-075-129-105, 129-135-129-15, 129-20-129-24

ZN S1-S4: 128-27-128-29, 128-235-128-245, 128-185-128-215, 128-12-128-16

ZN/ZB Comments: Treasuries are higher. The ES is lower. Are Treasuries higher after two strong auctions, strong demand? Or are they higher because the ES is lower? We should get our answer early in the session. More OVN macro-economic news showed decreased world trade/economic softening. Equity strength continues to be tied to the expectations for more central bank economic support. Revenues/earnings, the historical driver of equity prices, continue to decline. 3rd Qtr earnings have been disappointing to date. Today’s news is limited. The biggest piece of news, the FOMC minutes, comes an hour after the 30 Y auction and will be examined for hints of a possible rate increase and the timing of such and whether QE 4 is on the table. Today’s news: Jobless Claims is expected at 271 K, Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index at 43.0, N GAS Inventories at 101 BCF and last month’s FOMC minutes. The news focus will be Jobless Claims, the direction of the ES and the FOMC minutes. The mkt is pointed higher this AM. I like the long side of the mkt due to the 30 Y auction and the OVN weakness in the ES. Resistance begins at 129-02/04. Support is at 128-24/26. First sell is 129-03/07, maybe 129-01, followed by 129-11/15. Plan on a cover at 128-28 OB. First buy is 128-24/28 followed by 128-17/21. Plan on an exit at 129-03 OB.

ZB R1-R4: 158-10-158-15, 158-19-158-21, 158-24-158-26, 158-28-159-02

ZB S1-S4: 157-29-158-01, 157-24-157-26, 157-18-157-21, 157-11-157-15

ES R1-R4: 1985-1991, 1995-2000, 2005-2010, -

ES S1-S4: 1971-1975, 1963-1968, 1955-1960, -

ES Comments: The ES is off a bit OVN. Equities are mixed round the globe. The financial press was disappointed w/the magnitude of the rally in China after a holiday. China didn’t cover the spread w/the rest of the world’s equity mkts. India’s central banker pointed out the disappointing Chinese economic numbers. China issued a counter statement saying that their economy was just fine, no problems here. Hard to believe anything that comes out of China these days. Germany’s trade balance continues to shrink jeopardizing the economic recovery in the EU. Most of the world’s macro-economic news continues to show economic contraction. Central bank support is what the mkts are trading higher on since 2009 and what is holding the mkts up today. The NYSE open sht interest is as high as it was just before the Lehman crash. This could fuel a sht covering rally if the ES takes out 2000 and then holds that level. Today’s news: Jobless Claims is expected at 271 K, Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index at 43.0, N GAS Inventories at 101 BCF and last month’s FOMC minutes. The news focus will be Jobless Claims and the FOMC minutes. I think there is one sht left in the mkt based on the OVN selling and will play for that. If 1970/75 holds, can play from the long side in anticipation of a stop run to 2000. First sell is 1985/90 followed by 2000/05. Cover at 1975 OB. First buy is 1970/75 followed by 1960/65. Plan on an exit at 1985 OB.