Futures advance as November comes to a close

|By:, SA News Editor

U.S. stock futures are modestly higher as the best performing month since March begins its last trading day, while the market turns its focus to the OPEC meeting in Vienna.

Optimism for a deal has shot crude up 7.5% to $48.64/bbl, with a communique expected this afternoon spelling out what members have agreed in terms of supply levels.

Europe and Asia are mostly green on the news, with China the exception, as a weak yuan spurred fears of a liquidity squeeze.

Gold is slightly lower at $1188/ounce and the 10-year Treasury Yield is up 3 bps to 2.33%.

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