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STOCKS – European stocks were little changed, after a nine-day winning streak, amid mixed earnings reports. U.S. stock-index futures were also little changed before Apple Inc. and Microsoft Corp. report quarterly earnings. China stocks extended gains as government rescue measures appear to have restored some stability to trading.
BONDS – In Europe, bond yields fell as attention returned to central bank buying after weeks of Greek-related distractions.
COMMODITIES – The Bloomberg Commodities Index dropped to a 13-year low Monday, weaker than after the banking meltdown of 2008 and the euro-zone crisis of 2012. From oil to copper to sugar, little has escaped the rout in the year’s worst-performing asset class.
CURRENCIES – The euro edged up slightly on the day after dipping to its lowest since mid-April overnight. The dollar was little changed against a basket of major currencies in early European trading.
ECONOMIC DATA – AUD CPI due at 21:30 and RBA Gov Stevens speaks at 23:05 ET.