A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day
-Stock futures are flat as the market awaits 830am data on personal spending and inflation.
-The dollar is at a three-week high.
-US business startup activity is at a seven-year high.
-Crude prices are down about 1.5% to the $46/barrel level.
-Gasoline prices held steady overnight at $2.21/gallon, national average.
-Today's LA Times/USC poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied.
-Trump will give a major speech this Wednesday supposedly clarifying his evolving position on immigration.
-Trump is also planning to extend his African-American outreach by making some appearances in inner city churches.
-A new influx of white retirees is boosting Trump's chances of winning Florida.
-More newly-released Clinton emails are showing more evidence of preferred access to State Department events for Clinton Foundation donors.
-Enrollment for Obamacare plans nationally is now clearly below 50% of the projected level.
-31% of US counties are now facing just one insurance company option for Obamacar ehealth plans.
-Mylan CEO Heather Bresch sold $5 million worth of the company stock this month.
-Swiss drugmaker Roche says the FDA has issued an Emergency Use Authorization for its test for the Zika virus.
-The commercial drone industry gets the luxury of actually having nationally clear rules to follow from the FAA beginning today.
-Two United Airlines pilots are being held in Scotland on charges they were drunk as they were about to fly a passenger jet to the US.
-Japan's first-ever domestically built passenger jet, (made by Mitsubishi), has had to abort its first two planned test flights to the US.
-Iran has sent its new long-range missiles to its nuclear site at Fordo.
-The US aerospace and defense sector is expected to show 3.2% growth for 2016.
-The German army is looking for Islamist infiltrators in its ranks.
-44% of US homes have at least one documented gun owner.