WORLD HEADLINES – Energy shares fell with the Russian ruble and oil after the world’s biggest crude producers failed to agree supply cuts at a meeting in Vienna. Gold held near a four-week high following the reopening of an FBI probe into Hillary Clinton.
STOCKS – Futures on the S&P 500 Index rose 0.3 percent, after earlier retreating as much as 0.4 percent.
BONDS – The yield on U.S. Treasuries due in a decade was little changed at 1.84 percent, after touching a five-month high of 1.88 percent on Friday.
COMMODITIES – OPEC members ended talks on Friday without reaching a deal on country quotas, and discussions with major producers from outside the group on Saturday also concluded without any commitments.
CURRENCIES – The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.1 percent, after retreating 0.3 percent from a seven-month high in the last session.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Personal Spending m/m, Core PCE Price Index m/m and CAD RMPI m/m due at 8:30, Chicago PMI at 9:45, CNY Manufacturing PMI at 21:00, CNY Caixin Manufacturing PMI at 21:45, AUD RBA Rate Statement at 23:30, JPY Monetary Policy Statement (Tentative) ET.
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