US S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures are higher this morning, up by 0.35% for the S&P 500 and 0.47% for the Nasdaq 100 as investors feel confident following yesterday strong close. In Europe, the FTSI 100 is down by 0.05% and the leading EU index, the EURSX50 is trading higher by 0.52%. Asian markets traded mostly higher overnight, the NIKKEI gained 0.68%, and the Hang Seng and the CSI 300 gained 1.75 and 3.15% respectively. The dollar index is trading lower versus majors, at 89.65, down 0.21% and losing ground versus the growth currencies, the AUD and CAD. Gold and Silver are trading lower despite the weaker dollar. Gold is $1,883 per ounce, down 0.15% and Silver trades at $27.53 per ounce, down 0.65%. Oil prices are marginally lower this morning ahead of the Inventories numbers tomorrow, trading at $65.81 per barrel, down 0.41%, nearly touching 2021 highs as investors are bullish and prices are 1.4 dollars away from record 2021 highs.
US CB Consumer Confidence at 10:00 am is the important news on the agenda Tuesday, (all times EST).
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Nasdaq futures and EU markets are higher this morning as investors brush off inflation fears.
OIL trades bellow 2021 highs, down 0.41% as investors await the Inventories numbers later on the week.
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