UPDATED 7:05 am ET
STOCKS – European stocks fell for a third day, led by travel and leisure companies, after Air France-KLM Group cut its full-year profit forecast. U.S. stock futures and Asian shares were little changed.
BONDS – Shorter-maturity Treasuries, which are most sensitive to changes in the Federal Reserve’s interest rate, underperformed their longer maturity peers before the U.S. sells $27 billion of three-year notes today.
COMMODITIES – Brent crude fell below $110 a barrel, reversing a rally that started when Islamist militants seized the northern Iraqi city of Mosul almost a month ago. West Texas Intermediate also traded near a one-month low.
CURRENCIES – The yen remained higher after a gain yesterday that was the biggest in a week, as U.S. stock futures pointed to declines in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and after Japan reported a bigger-than-expected current-account surplus.
ECONOMIC DATA – US JOLTS Job Openings and GBP NIESR GDP Estimate due at 10:00, FOMC Member Kocherlakota Speaks at 13:45, CNY CPI y/y AT 21:30 ET.