UPDATED 7:15 am ET
STOCKS – European stocks fell, as investors assessed equity valuations following the biggest weekly rally since March. U.S. index futures also slid before the start of the earnings season, while Asian shares were little changed.
BONDS – Goldman Sachs Group Inc. brought forward its forecast for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates after U.S. employers added more jobs than forecast, sending five-year Treasuries lower for a fourth day.
COMMODITIES – Gold extended a decline from a three- month high as the outlook for higher borrowing costs in the U.S. strengthened the dollar. Silver also dropped.
CURRENCIES – The dollar rose to a one-week high against the euro as Goldman Sachs Group Inc. brought forward its forecast for higher U.S. interest rates and traders awaited the release of Federal Reserve minutes this week.
ECONOMIC DATA – CAD Building Permits m/m due at 8:30, CAD Ivey PMI at 10:00, NZD NZIER Business Confidence at 18:00, AUD NAB Business Confidence at 21:30 ET.