Morning, Traders!
It is Wednesday the 20th of December, here are some things to look out for today.

The dollar gained ground against the pound and the euro following a larger-than-expected slowdown in the United Kingdom.
The CPI raises the possibility that European interest rates will fall faster than the region's central banks have suggested.
US Treasuries rose in response to gains in UK and German bonds.
Investors will be looking for comments from Chicago Fed President Goolsbee and Philadelphia Fed President Harker later today for more information on how quickly the Federal Reserve will cut rates next year.


10:00 ET

US CB Consumer Confidence for December
Median Forecast: 104.5 | Prior: 102 | Range: 111.6 / 100

US Existing Home Sales for November
Median Forecast: 3.78M | Prior: 3.79M | Range: 3.9M / 3.65M

Eurozone Consumer Confidence December Flash
Median Forecast: -16.3 | Prior: -16.9 | Range: -16 / -16.6

10:30 ET
Weekly EIA Crude Oil Inventories
Median Forecast: -2.3M | Prior: -4.258M | Range: -1M / -4.329M

13:00 ET
US sells $13 bln 20-Year Bonds

13:30 ET
BoC Meeting Minutes


09:00 ET

ECB's Lane speaks in Dublin
Event Details Here (Registration Closed)

12:00 ET
Fed's Goolsbee is interviewed on WSJ's 'Take on the Week' podcast.
Podcast publication time is not available.
WSJ Podcasts Here

12:15 ET
Fed's Harker speaks on Philadephia's WHYY radio show.
Listen Here


Good luck!