Morning, Traders!
It is Tuesday the 28th of March, here are some things to look out for today

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Federal Reserve Governor Philip Jefferson said the US central bank would try to avoid harming the US economy any more than needed as it confronts high inflation

Jeffrey Gundlach of Doubleline Capital told CNBC that a US recession will begin in a few months and that the Fed will need to respond "very dramatically."

A bipartisan group of senators wrote to Fed Chair Jerome Powell, questioning whether the central bank used its full legal authority to supervise Silicon Valley Bank and other mid-sized financial institutions.

The US Treasury Department's top domestic policy official will tell Congress that regulators are prepared to repeat the extraordinary steps taken in the aftermath of recent bank failures while emphasizing the importance of small and mid-sized banks in the financial system.

9:00 AM ET
US Case Shiller 20 YoY for January
Median Forecast: 2.6% | Prior: 4.65% | Range: 4.7% / 2.4%

10:00 AM ET
US CB Consumer Confidence for March
Median Forecast: 101 | Prior: 102.9 | Range: 104 / 95

1:00 PM ET
US sells $43 bln 5-Year Notes


9:00 AM ET
ECB's Nagel & ECB's Pres. Lagarde give an opening ceremony speech to the BIS Innovation Hub Eurosystem Centre in Frankfurt.
(Nagel at 9:00 AM ET, Lagarde at 9:15 AM ET)

10:00 AM ET
Fed's Barr testifies before the Senate Banking Committee

10:15 AM ET
EU Exec. VP Dombrovskis takes part in an exchange of views with the European Parliament's inquiry committee.


Good luck!