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WORLD HEADLINES – U.S. bond yields fell to eight-day lows and world shares slipped half a percent from one-week highs as weak euro zone data added to the risk-off mood initially triggered by Trump saying he was not pleased with progress on trade talks with China.
STOCKS – The pan-European stock index meanwhile fell 0.8 percent while futures signaled a sharply weaker open for New York markets.
BONDS – Global sentiment setbacks, sent euro zone bond yields broadly lower, while U.S. Treasury yields slipped to an eight-day low after retreating sharply on Tuesday from near seven-year highs.
COMMODITIES – Oil prices held near 3-1/2-year highs on concerns over supply from Venezuela and Iran. But Brent futures slipped 0.5 percent, coming off the $80 per barrel milestone.
CURRENCIES – The Japanese yen rose 1 percent against the dollar sparked by unwinding of the carry-trade.
ECONOMIC DATA – Crude Oil Inventories at 10:30, FOMC Meeting Minutes at 14:00 ET.