The Options Insider Morning Edition
In Asia, Japan -0.6%. Hong Kong +0.4%. China -0.8%. India +0.9%.
In Europe, at midday, London +0.6%. Paris +0.6%. Frankfurt +0.8%.
Futures at 7:00: Dow +0.3%. S&P +0.4%. Nasdaq +0.5%. Crude +0.9%to $92.10. Gold +0.4% to $1772.90.
Economic calendar and Fed Speak
8:30 Trade Balance, Initial Jobless Claims and Import/Export Prices
9:45 Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index
10:30 EIA Natural Gas Inventory
11:00 EIA Petroleum Inventories
12:30 PM Fed's Plosser: Economic Outlook
1:00 PM Results of $13B, 30-Year Note Auction
4:30 PM Money Supply and Fed Balance Sheet
J.B. Hunt Transport, Safeway, Winnebago
Goldman braced for more revelations From Financial Times
Goldman Profit Will Be Biggest Bank Surprise, ISI Says From Bloomberg
Singapore Good Place for Water Derivatives Exchange, Times Says From Bloomberg
Fed Governor: Put Cap On Big Financial Firms From Wall Street Journal
Tom hits 1m options contracts in 10 months From Financial Times
U.S. CFTC boss supports appealing position-limits ruling From Reuters
The Problem With Too Many Order Types From Traders Magazine
The Mainframe Continues to Lure Wall Street From Wall Street & Technology
Spending on Data Centers Is Growing Rapidly - Survey From Wall Street & Technology
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