Morning, Traders!
It is Wednesday the 27th of September, here are some things to look out for today.

Treasury yields & German government benchmarks have fallen from their highest levels in decades this morning.
The dollar index hit a nine-month high on speculation that the US currency's real-yield advantage will grow as the Federal Reserve maintains its restrictive policy.

A US government shutdown would have a cascading economic impact, beginning mildly and deepening over time as millions of workers go without pay, private contractors are not paid, and consumer uncertainty about Washington's dysfunction grows.

According to a report, high food prices continue to affect consumers six months after an expanded US government assistance program ended.


8:30 AM ET

US Durable Goods August Prelim
Median Forecast: -0.5% | Prior: -5.2% | Range: 2% / -3.2%

US Core Durable Goods
Median Forecast: 0.2% | Prior: 0.4% | Range: 0.8% / -0.4%

9:00 AM ET
SNB's Quarterly Bulletin

10:30 AM ET
Weekly EIA Inventories
Crude Oil - Median Forecast: 0.9M | Prior: -2.136M | Range: 2.5M / -4M

1:00 PM ET
US sells $49 bln 5-Year Notes


8:00 AM ET

ECB's Enria speaks in a panel at the Analysis Forum "Rischi e sfide per il settore bancario europeo" in Milan, Italy.

Fed's Kashkari Speaks in a CNBC interview.

12:45 PM ET
SNB's Jordan speaks in Lausanne


Good luck!