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ET U.S. stock futures edged higher Friday, as gains in overseas markets helped put stocks on course to end a down week on a positive note. European markets headed for a fourth-straight gain after inflation data fueled hopes for further stimulus
S. stock futures rose on the back of broad strength in overseas markets. European markets maintained strong gains after the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged, as most analysts expected, although an increasing number were calling for
S. stock futures rose, signaling a possible reprieve from the recent slide, after some signs of stabilization in emerging markets. European markets declined, but pared most of their losses after the Turkish central bank said it would schedule an
S. stock futures maintained losses after data showing private-sector job growth exceeded expectations. About 70 minutes ahead of the open, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slipped 20 points, or 0.1%, to 16434. Just prior to the release of the
Stock futures moved slightly higher Friday, as investors remain positive about the U.S. economic recovery going into the end of the year. Trading volume is expected to be low, however, as most of Wall Street has closed out their positions until the
S. stock futures were slightly higher after stronger-than-expected data on orders of long-lasting U.S. goods, as investors took a breather before the Christmas holiday to digest the market's latest run to record highs. Treasury bonds fell on the news,
U.S. stock futures turned lower on Tuesday after revised European Commission figures showed gloomier growth forecasts for the region, and as investors awaited a survey on U.S. nonmanufacturing growth and more speeches from Federal Reserve members.
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S. stock futures lost ground, as growing concerns over a potential government shutdown has blue chips on an early track to suffer a fifth-straight loss. About 90 minutes ahead of the open, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slipped 10 points, or 0.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly on the last trading day of an August that has seen declines in major indexes...The broader Standard & Poor's 500 futures are up 3.9 points to 1,639...The Dow has lost 659 points so far in August, a 4 percent