UPDATED 7:17 ET
STOCKS – European stocks declined, after yesterday’s advance, as investors weighed violence in eastern Ukraine and worse-than-forecast German confidence data. U.S. index futures and Asian shares were little changed.
BONDS – Treasuries hit resistance after several days of a bullish run.
COMMODITIES – Gold fell from a three-week high in London on speculation that signs of an improving U.S. economy will curb demand for a haven.
CURRENCIES – The dollar advanced for a third day against the euro before a U.S. report that economists said will show a gauge of manufacturing in the New York region increased in April.
ECONOMIC DATA – CAD Manufacturing Sales, US Core CPI m/m and Empire State Manufacturing Index due at 8:30, Fed Chair Yellen Speaks at 8:45, US TIC Long-Term Purchases at 9:00, NAHB Housing Market Index at 10:00, FOMC Member Plosser Speaks at 15:00, NZD CPI AT 18:45, CNY Industrial Production and GDP at 22:00 ET.