UPDATED 6:00 am ET
STOCKS – Wall Street was set for an upbeat start to the week, with U.S. stock futures pushing higher Monday morning after eurozone leaders reached an agreement for a third bailout program for Greece. Chinese stocks led Asian markets higher, although many firms were still halted for trade on the back of recent weeks’ sharp selloff.
BONDS – In the fixed-income market, the yield on 10-year German government bonds rose 2 basis points. US Treasuries also traded lower, pushing yields higher.
COMMODITIES – Oil extended its decline after the biggest weekly drop since March as investors weighed the prospects of Iran increasing crude exports in an oversupplied market.
CURRENCIES – The dollar advanced against most other major currencies and strengthened particularly against the euro and the Japanese yen.
ECONOMIC DATA – Eurogroup Meetings All Day, AUD NAB Business Confidence due at 21:30 ET.