UPDATED 7:10 ET
STOCKS – European stocks were little changed, after closing at a one-month low, as a slump in Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc led retailers lower. U.S. stock-index futures and Asian shares climbed.
BONDS – The U.S. Treasury’s $21 billion 10- year note auction attracted the highest demand in a year as investors sought a refuge amid concern that slowing growth in China will weigh on the global economy.
COMMODITIES – Gold advanced to the highest level in almost six months in London as tension between Ukraine and Russia and concern about slowing Chinese economic growth increased demand for a store of value.
CURRENCIES – The euro advanced to the highest level versus the dollar in more than two years as policy makers signal support for the region’s recovery.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Unemployment Claims and Core Retail Sales due at 8:30, Business Inventories at 10:00, Natural Gas Storage at 10:30, JPY Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes at 17:50 ET.