Futures on US indices point to a higher opening today. Yesterday's debate between H.Clinton and D.Trump lead to positivism and rises early this morning are likely to evaporate due to the negative tendency during the European trading session.
More evidence for lowering in stock markets is the failed OPEC meeting to cut oil production which led to a decline of the black gold. The energy shares may be under pressure during the US session.
We expect US consumer confidence today at 17:00. Better data can support indices and USD while a potential rise in interest rates in December is still possible.
Today Nike and IHS Markit are expected to report their financial reports.
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