The Options Insider Morning Edition
In Asia, Japan flat at 9014. Hong Kong closed. China -0.9% to 2114. India -0.4% to 18710.
In Europe, at midday, London -1.2%. Paris -1.1%. Frankfurt -1.4%.
Futures at 7:00: Dow -0.8%. S&P -1.1%. Nasdaq -1%. Crude -1.9% to $88.30. Gold -1% to $1709.40.
FOMC meeting begins
7:45 ICSC Retail Store Sales
8:55 Redbook Chain Store Sales
10:00 Richmond Fed Mfg.
1:00 PM Results of $35B, 2-Year Note Auction
Earnings: 3M, Aflac Altera, Broadcom, CIT, Coach, DuPont, Facebook, Fortune Brands, Gilead Sciences, Juniper Networks, Lexmark, Netflix, Panera Bread, RadioShack, Synovus, Tempur-Pedic, Unisys, UPS, VMware, Whirlpool, Xerox
Wall Street Is Rethinking Commodity-Trading Role From Wall Street Journal
Regulators Clash Over Volcker Definitions From Wall Street Journal
What ETFs' Next Act Will Look Like From Wall Street Journal
SEC adopts new risk management rules for clearing agencies From Reuters
Marex derivatives trader to launch algo start-up From Financial News
U.S. regulator intervenes in Conoco battle with MF Global trustee From Reuters
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