It is Monday the 27th of March, and we have a quiet start to the week.
Here are some things to look out for.
Short-dated US Treasuries fell this morning, flattening the yield curve as investors unwind some haven-driven demand and reduce Fed easing bets as concerns about the banking sector fade.
Traders are still pricing in a 25 basis point cut in US interest rates by July, and a total of 75 basis points by the end of the year.
As market volatility decreases, the dollar gains against the yen.
President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Neel Kashkari, stated that recent bank turmoil has increased the risk of a US recession, but that it is too early to assess what this means for the economy and monetary policy.
In March, China's economic recovery was mixed, with business confidence and the housing market improving but the global outlook darkening due to increased financial market volatility.
11:30 AM ET
US sells $57 bln 3-Month Bills
US sells $48 bln 6-Month Bills
1:00 PM ET
US sells $42 bln 2-Year Notes
9:40 AM ET
ECB's Elderson gives a Keynote speech on the management and supervision of banks’ climate-related and environmental at the 30th anniversary of Foreign Bankers' Association's The Netherlands in Amsterdam
11:00 AM ET
ECB's Schnabel speaks at a Columbia University event in New York
1:00 PM ET
BoE's Gov. Bailey gives a speech and the London School of Economics
Good luck today!