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Pre-Market Trading for Stock, Bond, Commodity and Forex Market

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Pre-market activity and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:

STOCKS – In premarket the futures on the Dow and the S&P are in the red. Stocks in Europe are also crumbling. But Asia had a fairly upbeat day, with the Nikkei rallying more than 1% to a fresh 15-year high, while Shanghai stocks surged another 2.4%.

BONDS – For the first time, an index of three-month interbank loans in euros fell below zero on Tuesday. Elsewhere, the Spanish government raised funding for the same period of time and got paid to take the money.

COMMODITIES – The Saudis ending airstrikes in Yemen and expectations of rising U.S. stockpiles, data due later this morning, are putting the screw on crude oil.

CURRENCIES – The US dollar eased against the yen in Asia trade, getting a boost as Japan’s main stock market trimmed its earlier gains, action that limited selling of the Japanese currency. Meanwhile, the Australian dollar climbed on rising inflation.

ECONOMIC DATA – US Existing Home Sales due at 10:00, Crude Oil Inventories at10:30, CNY HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI at 21:45 ET.


    – RiosQuant Team