WORLD HEADLINES – The dollar pulled back from close to 14-year highs, euro zone government bond yields fell and the price of copper tumbled as traders cashed in gains from a rally fueled by Trump’s presidential victory.
STOCKS – S&P 500 Index futures rose slightly after shares ended a volatile session Monday little changed.
BONDS – The 30-year Treasury yield, which on Monday shot above 3 percent for the first time since January, fell 5 basis points to 2.93 percent.
COMMODITIES – Natural gas futures extended gains after rising the most since July as colder-than-normal temperatures are seen hitting the U.S. East Coast next week. Crude oil also rose as OPEC nations were said to be making a final diplomatic effort toward securing a deal to curb production.
CURRENCIES – The US dollar, which earlier traded close to its strongest since early 2003 against a basket of currencies, fell 0.6 percent on Tuesday as long-dated U.S. Treasury yields fell.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Retail Sales m/m and Empire State Manufacturing Index due at 8:30, FOMC Member Tarullo Speaks at 9:05 ET.