Financial markets are moving, what’s next in the global markets?
Pre-market activity and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:
STOCKS – Futures on the S&P 500 Index rose 0.6 percent after the U.S. benchmark jumped 1.8 percent in the last session, its best performance in almost four months.
BONDS – The yield on 10-year Treasuries lost one basis point to 1.46 percent. U.S. government debt has returned about 5.5 percent so far this year, poised for the biggest back-to-back quarterly advance since 2011.
COMMODITIES – U.S. oil inventories fell by 3.86 million barrels last week, the American Petroleum Institute was said to have reported, ahead of government data due on Wednesday.
CURRENCIES – Sterling advanced for a second day against the dollar as investors await Britain’s plan for its extrication from the 28-nations bloc.
ECONOMIC DATA – Day 2 EU Economic Summit, US Personal Spending m/m due at8:30, Pending Home Sales m/m at 10:00, Crude Oil Inventories at 10:30, Bank Stress Test Results at 16:30 ET.
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