China has options on how it could respond to new tariffs.
Japan took over as the top holder of US Treasury securities.
U of Michigan sentiment is expected a bit lower today.
Housing Starts are are expected to show a small increase.
Gibralter releases Iran's oil tanker but, there is no one to Captain the ship.
Russia benfitted the most from sanctions on Venezuela and Iran.
High sulfur fuel oil is about to go away.
China, Japan and South Korea are meeting on trade.
To cut or not cut rates, that is the question.
Housing Starts 1191k actual, expected 1256k v. 1253k prior, which was revised to 1241k
Housing Starts m/m -4.0% actual, expected 0.2% v. -0.9% prior, which was revised to -1.8%.
Building Permits expected 1270k v. 1232k prior 0730 hrs cst
Building Permits m/m 8.4% actual, expected 3.1% v. 6.1% prior, which was revised to -5.2%
U. of Michigan Sentiment expected 97.0 v. 98.4 prior 0900 hrs cst
© 2015 R.J. O'Brien & Associates LLC
Futures trading involves the substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past performance is not indicative of future results.