STOCKS – U.S. stock futures turned lower with European stocks as President Donald Trump said he was “ready to go” with import tariffs on $500 billion of Chinese goods.
BONDS – The yield on 10-year Treasuries gained one basis point to 2.85 percent.
COMMODITIES – Gold rose 0.2 percent to $1,226.01 an ounce, the first advance in more than a week. The Bloomberg Commodity Index gained 0.6 percent to the highest in a week.
CURRENCIES – The yen at 113 per dollar, euro at $1.16 and most other European currencies were all weaker. Instead of politics though they were just unable to fend off another advance from a U.S. dollar now near a 1-year high.
ECONOMIC DATA – CAD CPI m/m due at 8:30 ET.