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Pre-Market Trading: Volatility is Back

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Pre-market price action and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:
STOCKS – Japan’s Nikkei share average snapped a 12-day winning streak on Tuesday, with traders citing profit-taking after the market’s strong run-up. European shares dipped on Tuesdaywith investors in the dark over whether a high-level meeting on Greece’s debt crisis might herald a significant breakthrough. US stock futures trading lower ahead of the Wall Street open.BONDS – US Treasuries continued to slide after yesterday’s sell-off, sending yields higher. German 10-year bond yields also rose 6.6 basis points to 0.58 percent.

COMMODITIES – Oil prices rose as strong demand outweighed expectations OPEC would not cut production when it meets in Vienna on Friday. Gold consolidated after dropping from Monday’speak above $1,200, pressured by the strong dollar.

CURRENCIES – The Australian dollar was up after the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates steady and did not offer a clear bias to ease policy again.The dollar hit a 12 1/2-year high against the yen in Asian trade before pulling back to trade down against the Japanese currency and the euro.

ECONOMIC DATA – US Factory Orders m/m and FOMC Member Brainard Speaks at 10:00, NZD GDT Price Index (tentative), AUD GDP at 21:30 ET.