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Pre-market price action and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:
UPDATED 6:45 am ET
– Global stocks rose and bond yields fell on Friday
, as investors shrugged off slowing global growth and focused instead on the continued stimulus provided by the world’s major central banks. Wall Street’s record high on Thursday
lifted Asian stocks on Friday
, a day that will be packed with key European and U.S. economic data as well as speeches from Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen and European Central Bank president Mario Draghi. China’s main index leapt nearly 3 percent to a fresh 7-year high, rounding off a weekly gain of 8 percent.
BONDS – U.S. Treasury yields fell in wake of the soft economic indicators, helping nudge the dollar away from recent highs.The benchmark 10-year German bond yield also fell.
COMMODITIES – U.S. crude took a breather, flat during the overnight trading session after surging nearly 3 percent on data that eased supply glut concerns and fighting in Iraq.
CURRENCIES – The euro rose after hitting a three-week low of $1.1062 earlier this week amid Greek debt concerns and was poised to lose 2.7 percent on the week, snapping a five-week winning streak.
ECONOMIC DATA – GBP BOE Gov Carney Speaks at 7:00, CAD Core CPI m/m, Retail Sales and US CPI m/m at 8:30, ECB President Draghi, BOE Gov Carney and BOJ Gov Kuroda Speak at9:30, Fed Chair Yellen Speaks at 13:00 ET.
– Trading Team, Rios Quantitative LLC