By Alan Bush | Senior Financial Economist at ADMIS
U.S. stock index futures are higher after the U.S. temporarily eased restrictions on China’s Huawei Technologies, reducing investor concerns over a further escalation of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
The 9:00 central time April existing home sales report is expected to be 5.37 million.
My view remains that the global reflation scenario is on track and easier credit conditions from most of the world’s central banks are coming and will be the dominant fundamental that supports stock index futures in the long term. But, first we need to get past the U.S.-China trade hurdle.
The U.S. dollar advanced to a one month high, as the probability of a rate cut from the Federal Reserve in December declined.
The euro currency is lower due to concerns about upcoming European parliamentary elections.
The British pound is higher in spite of news that U.K. manufacturing orders came in at the lowest level since late 2016, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
The Australian dollar is lower after Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe said a rate cut will be discussed at its June 4 policy meeting.
Federal Reserve speakers today are Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans at 9:45 and Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren at 11:00.
Financial futures markets are predicting there is a 68% probability that the Federal Open Market Committee will lower its fed funds rate by 25 basis points or more at its December 11 policy meeting, which compares to 73% late last week.
Flight to quality buying continues to underpin futures.
June 19 S&P 500
Support 2843.00 Resistance 2867.00
June 19 U.S. Dollar Index
Support 97.710 Resistance 97.990
June 19 Euro Currency
Support 1.11570 Resistance 1.11990
June 19 Japanese Yen
Support .90550 Resistance .91130
June 19 Canadian Dollar
Support .74430 Resistance .74780
June 19 Australian Dollar
Support .6866 Resistance .6938
June 19 Thirty Year Treasury Bonds
Support 149^0 Resistance 149^24
June 19 Gold
Support 1268.0 Resistance 1279.0
July 19 Copper
Support 2.7150 Resistance 2.7500
July 19 Crude Oil
Support 62.85 Resistance 63.95
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