UPDATED 6:45 am ET
STOCKS – European stocks and Asian shares were little changed while U.S. stock-index futures climbed, indicating equities may rebound from the biggest weekly loss in two years, as investors awaited earnings reports.
BONDS – Treasuries halted an advance from the end of last week after Portugal’s central bank took control of Banco Espirito Santo SA.
COMMODITIES – West Texas Intermediate traded at its lowest in almost six months before economic data from the U.S., the world’s biggest oil consumer.
CURRENCIES – The euro was 0.4 percent from its lowest level versus the dollar since November as investors held the largest position in two years betting on a drop in the currency before the region’s central bank meets this week.
ECONOMIC DATA – AUD Trade Balance due at 21:30, CNY HSBC Services PMI at 21:45 ET.