UPDATED 6:50 am ET
STOCKS – European bourses continues to weaken sending the region’s shares lower for a sixth day, their longest slump in almost three years. U.S. index futures rose, while Asian shares fell.
BONDS – Treasuries climbed, sending 30-year bond yields below 3 percent for the first time since May 2013, after comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer underscored concern the global economy is slowing.
COMMODITIES – Soybeans increased for a second day on concern rain in the U.S. may delay harvesting. Wheat fell.
CURRENCIES – The dollar climbed against the euro amid speculation the U.S. is one of the best-placed countries to weather a worldwide slowdown, as reports across Europe highlighted signs of economic weakness.
ECONOMIC DATA – ECOFIN Meetings all day, Crop Progress at 16:00, CNY CPI y/y at 21:30 ET.