Asian markets largely sold off in overnight trade, with Japan's Nikkei off 1.4 percent. Shares in Europe are mostly lower while U.S. futures point to a moderately lower open.
At least 14 people are dead following a mass shooting at a Denver, Colorado movie theater. 50 people were injured in the attack. One subject is in custody and police do not believe there is another person involved.
Eurozone finance ministers are expected to approve Spain's €100 billion bailout today. Conditions attached to the bill include strict monitoring of the country's banks, as well as a requirement for Spain to present plans on bringing its deficit below 3 percent of GDP. Jim O'Neill reveals 7 contradictions in the euro crisis.
Spanish borrowing costs continue to surge after yesterday's weak bond auction. Yields on the 10-year are up 1.5 percent today to 7.1150 percent. Here are 51 signs the economy is in total disaster >