US and global stock markets are a little rattled by Trump comments concerning a scheduled June 12 Singapore meeting with North Korea and US trade war progress with China. The US and South Korea held a joint military exercise last week and now Trump is saying there’s a good chance the North Korean meeting will not take place on June 12, but still a good chance it will at some point in the future. About the trade negotiations with China, Trump said it’s “a start” but he was “not pleased” with the progress. US retailers Target and Lowes missed earnings estimates while jeweler Tiffany & Co. crushed their expectations. The economic calendar focus is Oil @ 10:30am and Fed minutes @ 2:00pm EST. Before the main events, we have PMI Composite Flash @ 9:45am EST and New Home Sales @ 10:00am EST. The ES has pulled back enough where upside volatility should not be hindered as we’ve experienced over the last week. Volatility continues to contract, but there’s more room to expand now. Size bias is short on increased Globex volume into the US session open.