It is wrong to characterise central bankers as "hawks" or "doves"; in a complex, multifaceted world of central bank policy, this is too binary a decision. Nonetheless Fed President Rosengren tends to be biased towards the accommodative, and is now hinting at a December rate rise.
There are a handful of ECB speakers due today – their comments may be of interest in putting the ECB's policy into the context of a clear US intention to tighten. However there is the strong headwind of "vigilance" which has influenced expectations.
Consumer prices in China moderated (food was a little softer) – this is essentially a local Chinese concern. Greek inflation may offer some academic interest as economists try to disentangle the electronic "drachma" Euro from the physical "hard" Euro.
The US has import and export price data – pricing to market strategies and the weaker commodity complex should be on display in these figures. French and Italian industrial production may raise a flicker of interest with markets exhibiting some unnecessary angst about that sector.