Good Morning Traders!
It is Monday 10th of April, US Markets return after a long weekend, here are some things to look out for:

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Investors are turning their attention to the world's top finance ministers and central bankers meeting this week in Washington, looking for new clues on the outlook for everything from interest rates, banking stability, and debt relief to oil prices and the testy US-China relationship.

At this week's Spring Meetings, the World Bank will push to resolve poor countries' mounting debt problems, and the International Monetary Fund will present concrete proposals to address some of the most significant restructuring roadblocks.

Most global central banks may be nearing or have completed their interest-rate hikes, indicating a pause before possible monetary loosening.

According to an interview with AFP, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen believes the US economy will continue to grow, the labor market will remain strong, and inflation will fall.

8:30 AM ET
US Wholesale Inventories MoM Revised - Median Forecast 0.2% | Prior 0.2% | Range 0.2%/-0.1%

11:30 AM ET
US sells $57 of bln 3-Month Bills
US sells $48 bln of 6-Month Bills

12:00 PM ET
NY Fed Inflation Expectations

10:00 AM ET
ECB's de Cos Speaks - Speaking on the economic view from Europe 

4:15 PM ET
Fed's Williams Speaks - Taking part in a moderated discussion hosted by the Economics review at the New York University. (Text: No)

Good Luck Today!