UPDATED 6:50 am ET
STOCKS – European stocks fell to a two-week low amid speculation about the timing of a U.S interest-rate increase before a two-day Federal Reserve meeting, and this week’s vote on Scottish independence. U.S. stock futures were little changed, while Asian shares fell.
BONDS – Treasury market volatility climbed to a five-month high before the Federal Reserve issues a policy statement tomorrow and Scotland votes on independence the following day.
COMMODITIES – West Texas Intermediate crude recouped losses to trade near the highest closing level in more than a week before data forecast to show inventories declined last week.
CURRENCIES – The US dollar was about 0.2 percent from a six-year high versus the yen as investors weighed the timing for the Federal Reserve’s first interest-rate increase since 2006 before policy makers begin a two-day meeting today.
ECONOMIC DATA – USD PPI m/m and CAD Manufacturing Sales m/m due at 8:30, TIC Long-Term Purchases at 9:00, CAD BOC Gov Poloz Speaks at 12:45, NZD Current Account at 18:45 ET.