UPDATED 7:00 am ET
STOCKS – Stocks in Europe fell, after rising the most since April yesterday, as the European Union and U.S. imposed further sanctions on Russia over Ukraine. U.S. stock- index futures slid and Asian shares were little changed.
BONDS – U.S. 30-year bonds returned six times what investors earned in the broader Treasury market over the past two weeks as forecasts for Federal Reserve interest- rate increases in 2015 hold back short-term notes.
COMMODITIES – Gold rose for a second-day in London as new sanctions on Russia increased haven demand and on speculation prices near a three-week low will spur more buying.
CURRENCIES – Most currencies consolidated during the Asian and London trading session.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Building Permits and Unemployment Claims due at 8:30, Philly Fed Manufacturing Index at 10:00, Natural Gas Storage at 10:30, JPY Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes at 19:50 ET.