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STOCKS – European stocks rose, rebounding from three days of losses, as European Union foreign ministers meet in Brussels to discuss sanctions against Russia. U.S. index futures were little changed, while Asian shares gained.
BONDS – Treasury inflation-adjusted yields were near a 14-month low before a report that economists said will show the annual increase in U.S. consumer prices held at the fastest pace since 2012.
COMMODITIES – Soybeans headed for a fourth day of declines after a U.S. government report showed the domestic crop was in the best shape for this time of year in two decades, boosting the outlook for a record harvest.
CURRENCIES – The dollar rose to the highest in five months versus the euro as an increase in short-term U.S. Treasury yields signaled mounting speculation that Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will need to raise interest rates.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Core CPI m/m due at 8:30, Existing Home Sales at 10:00, AUD CPI q/q at 21:30 ET.