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Following a mostly positive day in Asia and a mixed beginning to the trading day in Europe, the U.S.-based equity futures are indicating a higher open.
Following a mostly higher close in Asia and mostly positive tone in Europe, the U.S.-based futures are pointing to a higher open this morning. Global politics once again takes center stage as the relationship between Turkey and the US take a turn for the worse.
Following a positive tone in Asia and a mixed start to the European session, the U.S.-based equity futures are pointing to a mixed open.
Following a mixed session in Asia and a mixed start to the day in Europe, the U.S.-based futures are pointing to a somewhat quiet open this morning.
Following a mostly higher close in Asia and a mixed beginning to the trading day in Europe, the U.S.-based futures are pointing a higher open this morning.
The U.S. domestic politics and policy continues to draw attention as the debate is anticipated to begin in earnest on the now proposed tax reform legislation. A number of economists, political and market analyst have weighed in on the subject primarily as it relates to the impact on the deficit, employment growth, and corporate tax rates.
Follow a mostly positive close in Asia and currently a mixed session in Europe, the U.S.-based futures are pointing to a lower open this morning.
Traders are looking for a reaction in the dollar index (DXY) and USD/JPY among other currencies in response to Chair Yellen's speech and the impending Fed speakers.
Domestically in the U.S., it seems that the latest attempt by the Republican Party to replace Obamacare has once again failed, after reports that a third Republican senator decided to not vote for the bill.
With both the domestic and global political climates providing headline risk to traders, the focus continues to be on the current environment as the EUR/USD, GBP/USD and the dollar index (DXY) are experiencing price action this morning.