Even during a week with so much scheduled news, it turns out there’s still a lot of room for surprises. Stocks and commodities started out the day listless with traders sitting on their hands waiting for all the news scheduled for later in the week. Late morning US time, however, reports surfaced indicating that China’s PBOC has provided 5 big Chinese banks with CNY 500B in stimulus. This news sparked a big relief rally in markets sensitive to China including commodities like copper and crude oil, and sent the Dow flying toward a retest of its all-time high. A lot of the concern in China sensitive markets had swirled around the weak import number and this stimulus has shored up expectations about Chinese resource demand. The S&P/ASX has been rallying while the resource dollars (AUD, NZD and CAD) have jumped to the top of the pack. CAD also attracted interest on Bank of Canada Governor Poloz confirming that the central bank believes in a free floating dollar and intends to stay out of forex markets, and better than expected manufacturing sales. Chinese indices, like the China A and Hang Seng, may potentially rally when they open on this news as well. It will be interesting to see how much follow-through there is on this news before the focus turns back to upcoming developments in other regions like tomorrow’s US Fed decision and statement. GBP and the FTSE may also be active overnight as the Scotland vote looks like its going right to the wire, after a couple of pools to start the week that suggested the No side was getting back on top, a poll released a few minutes ago from ICM/Guardian showed the Yes side with a 52%-48% lead. This big decision looks too close to call with only a couple of days to go…