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WORLD HEADLINES – Asian stocks began the new quarter on Monday with modest gains following a strong performance by global equities last week, while the dollar held steady ahead of key economic indicators.
STOCKS – US stock futures dropped after an early equity rally petered out in Asia, where volume was low as many markets across the world remain closed for the Easter holiday.
BONDS – Treasuries traded sideways ahead of the US trading session.
COMMODITIES – Crude oil prices extended gains, lifted by a drop in U.S. drilling activity as well as by expectations that the United States could re-introduce sanctions against Iran.
CURRENCIES – The US Dollar gained about 0.6 percent against a basket of six major currencies last week but the index still lost more than 2 percent last quarter, marking its fifth straight quarter of declines.
ECONOMIC DATA – US ISM Manufacturing PMI due at 10:00 ET, Europe closed for Easter holiday.