FINANCIAL MARKETS OVERVIEW FOR TUESDAY: (5/30) Quiet markets on Monday didn’t tell us much. The Fed's Williams said three rate hikes in 2017 made sense and balance sheet normalization should begin this year. The pound posted the biggest gain among G-10 currencies, though the bounce wasn’t enough to erase Friday’s plunge when polls showed the coming election may be closer than expected. Oil trades back under $50/bbl as boost in U.S. drilling activity threatens OPEC’s efforts to reduce a global supply glut. On Friday Baker Hughes revealed U.S. explorers added 2 rigs to 722, highest level since April 2015. After the market was unimpressed with accord Thursday to prolong output limits, Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said the strategy is working, global stockpiles will drop faster in 3Q

Three-day holidays can be crazy but not enough news to create that. We often can see sideways action as people come back late from the holidays. Still, the first day of the trading week before employment report can be a big-range day.