Pre-Market Trading for Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and Currencies

Pre-Market Trading for Stocks, Bonds, Commodities and Currencies

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The Trading Room® TradeLAB live sessions conducted online by the RiosQuant team offer a pragmatic, real world perspective of trading the global markets in real time for the active trader. Trading begins at 7:30 am and ends at 10:30 am ET Monday thruFriday.    

Access is simple, here is how to get started with a two week free trial…

Step 1: Click on the following link and register as a guest. for this week’s access.
Step 2: You’ll instantly have access to our live trading room, videos, user guides and quantitative rankings covering multiple asset classes including the financials, metals, energies, grains and forex.
Step 3: To access The Trading Room® TradeLAB simply click on the gotowebinar link under The Trading Room. Once you register on the gotowebinar link you will receive daily access links directly from gotowebinar. The link is good for one week, you will need to repeat the process for your second week on the following Monday.  Pre-market analysis and live trading begins Mondaythru Friday from 7:30 am to 10:30 am ET.
It’s really that simple!
Pre-market price action and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:
STOCKS –  Overnight, Asian shares had reversed earlier losses to end slightly higher on the back of gains in Hong Kong  and to a lesser degree Tokyo. Europe’s stock markets fell as early resistance gave way and a fall by the euro  mirrored signs that contagion from the region’s debt problems was creeping back into bond markets. US stock futures traded lower ahead of the opening bell.

BONDS – A flight into traditional safe-havens saw Switzerland’s 10-year bond yields  drop into negative territory for the first time this month as Spanish, Portuguese and Greek bonds saw fresh selling.

COMMODITIES –   US Dollar strength put pressure on commodity markets. Gold, copper and silver soldoff while Brent oil and U.S. Crude slipped lower.
CURRENCIES – The US dollar’s move to a one-month high against its currency basket extended a rally triggered by Friday’s comments from Yellen that she expected the economy to strengthen.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Core Durable Goods Orders m/m due at 8:30, CB Consumer Confidence and New Home Sales at 10:00, FOMC Member Fischer Speaks at 12:30, JPY Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes at 19:50 ET.

      – Trading Team, Rios Quantitative LLC

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