US S&P 500 futures are higher by 0.15% this morning, trading at all-time highs levels, as investors show caution ahead of the FED meeting tomorrow. Nasdaq futures are up 0.55% as bond yields ease and technology stocks again over-performed other segments yesterday. EU markets are trading higher as well, up marginally for both the EURSX50 and the German DAX. Asian markets closed their overnight session higher led by the NIKKEI, up 0.52%, and trading at all-time highs. The dollar index is flat after two strong days, trading at 91.77 versus majors, down 0.11%. Gold and Silver are mixed on the flat dollar, Gold is at $1,731 per ounce, up 0.09% and Silver trades at $25.82 per ounce, down 0.78%. Oil is lower after failing to move higher with the markets yesterday, trading at $64.44 per barrel, down 1.41%, as investors are bullish on the global recovery and the rollout of the US vaccine plan while taking profits at 2021 high and, will most likely follow the inventories numbers and the FED statement tomorrow.
US core CPI at 8:30 am is the important news on the agenda Tuesday, (all times EST).
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S&P 500 futures are higher this morning after a strong close yesterday as bond rates ease.
Global markets take a breather this morning ahead of the FED day tomorrow.
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