Also worth noting is a large number of Fed member speaking engagements that will be watched. Now that the FOMC meeting is behind us, the mandatory quiet period for its members has expired, allowing for individual thoughts to be heard about the economy, inflation and other related topics. They are spread throughout the week and will continue to be over the next several weeks. Many of these speeches will be uneventful, but traders will be listening for any surprise tidbits of information. They take place any time from early morning to evening hours, so they can come into play at any time. Of particular interest may be Tuesday and Wednesday morning when Vice Chair for Supervision Michael Barr appears before congress to speak about bank oversight.