UPDATED 7:10 am ET
STOCKS – European stocks were little changed, after equities rose the most since April, as Henkel AG declined and Ladbrokes Plc rose, while a Russian aid convoy left for Ukraine. U.S. stock-index futures and Asian shares climbed.
BONDS – A Treasuries rally that pushed benchmark yields to the lowest level in a year came to a halt as investors prepared to bid for $67 billion of notes and bonds this week.
COMMODITIES – Brent crude declined for a third day to its lowest in nine months as the International Energy Agency said a supply glut was shielding the market against threats in the Middle East. West Texas Intermediate also fell.
CURRENCIES – The US dollar rose against the euro and yen before reports that analysts forecast will add to evidence that the U.S. economic recovery is gathering pace.
ECONOMIC DATA – JPY Prelim GDP q/q due at 19:50 ET.