Bernanke Speaks, New Home Sales, $42 billion Treasury Auction
The market is roughly flat ahead of January housing data and testimony from Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
90 minutes before the opening bell, Dow futures are up 4 points to 10,303 and S&P 500 futures are flat at 1,097.25.
In commodities, WTI crude oil is trading 29 cents lower to $78.57 per barrel and Spot Gold is down $9.76 to $1,093.64.
Meantime, the US$ index is weaker, the euro is edging higher after industrial orders rose, and other major currencies are mixed.
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