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STOCKS – European stocks were little changed, following a two-week advance, as investors weighed company earnings and awaited data on American services and home sales. U.S. index futures were little changed, while Asian shares rose.
BONDS – Treasuries fell, pushing the 30-year yield up from near a 13-month low, as Federal Reserve policy makers prepare to start a two-day meeting tomorrow.
COMMODITIES – West Texas Intermediate crude traded near the lowest level in a week as economic data may signal slowing growth in the U.S., the world’s biggest oil consumer.
CURRENCIES – The dollar was about 0.1 percent from the strongest level in eight months against the euro as investor bets that it would climb versus the single currency increased to the most since November 2012.
ECONOMIC DATA -US Pending Home Sales m/m due at 10:00 ET.