Premarket: What you need to know before the clock
Tariffs will hit EU products ranging from aircraft and components to wine, cheese and frozen fish.
President Donald Trump will soon decide to impose tariffs on cars imported from Europe. The United States has already imposed taxes on European steel and aluminum exports.
2. Boeing reports deliveries: Boeing is set to report the number of aircraft it delivered during the first quarter on Tuesday.
The company did not deliver any of its best-selling 737 Max aircraft in the last two quarters of the quarter. It stopped these deliveries after two of the aircraft crashed in less than six months.
Investors will wait to see if Boeing is forecasting the cost of landing and stopping deliveries.
Stocks in Boeing fell 4% on Monday after the company announced plans to reduce 737 Max production.
The cash and stock offer from Wynn's values Crown shares at Australian $ 14.75 ($ 10.51) each.
Wynn refused to comment. Stocks in Crown spiked 21% in Sydney.
The US working hours statistics will publish a job market report in February at 10:00 ET.
The International Monetary Fund will publish its latest World Economic Review at 9:00 ET.
Tuesday – US February JOLTS job search report; IMF World Economic Outlook
Wednesday – Delta Air Lines ( DAL ) LVMH ( LVMHF ) and Bed Bath & Beyond ( BBBY ) Earnings; US March consumer prices; Fed minutes; ECB interest rate decision; Britain's GDP and EU Summit on Brexit
Thursday – Rite Aid ( RAD ) ) earnings; Disney