>> RiosQuant Overnight Market Update
>> STOCKS – European shares rose, following the longest streak of weekly gains in 15 months, as investors awaited a Nov. 20 publication of Federal Open Market Committee minutes. U.S. stock-index futures were little changed, and Asian shares advanced.
>> BONDS – U.S. interest-rate swaps fell to the least in more than a year relative to Treasuries as traders sought higher-yielding assets outside of government debt on bets Janet Yellen will keep borrowing costs down.
>> COMMODITIES – Crude Oil declined for a second day amid signs global markets are adequately supplied after Saudi Arabia exported the most oil in eight years.
>> CURRENCIES – U.S. Dollar Index headed for its lowest close in more than a week amid bets some Federal Reserve speakers will echo Chairman-nominee Janet Yellen in reiterating the need for monetary stimulus.
>> ECONOMIC DATA – FOMC Member Dudley Speaks at 12:45, AUD Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes at 19:30 ET.