U.S. equity futures were recovering from negative territory Tuesday hours before the opening bell after finishing mixed Monday as a deluge of corporate earnings reports were scheduled to arrive this week.
U.S. equity futures were trading higher hours ahead of Monday's opening bell as investors were hopeful on two fronts: Coronavirus vaccines would lead to a strong economy down the road and another dose of stimulus would be approved in Congress.
U.S. equity futures were trending higher ahead of the Tuesday's opening bell as analysts look ahead to Wednesday's inauguration of Joe Biden.
U.S. equity futures are trending lower hours before the opening bell Friday after President-elect Joe Biden announced his plans to propose a $1.9 billion package to help along a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Biden spoke about the plan after Thursday’s market close.
U.S. equity futures are cautiously higher ahead of the open bell on Wall Street Tuesday as investors remain encouraged by U.S. election results showing Democrats will control all three branches of the government and Biden's impeding announcement of his economic stimulus plan and what course his government will take when they take over on Jan. 20.
U.S. equity futures are down as a new week begins on Wall Street Monday with reports President-elect Joe Biden will release a new economic stimulus plan sometime this week while investors worry about effects of a possible second impeachment trial for President Donald Trump.
U.S. equity futures are cautiously higher ahead of the Tuesday trading session.
U.S. equity futures turned higher after trading in negative territory earlier Monday ahead of the first opening bell of 2021 on Wall Street.
U.S. equity futures Tuesday are adding to Monday's record gains on Wall Street as investors have gained confidence with the rollouts of coronavirus vaccinations they hope will pave the way for a return to normal activity in coming months and buoyed after President Donald Trump signed a $900 billion economic aid package.
U.S. equity futures are trading mixed early Tuesday hours before the opening bell, as worries over a new strain of coronavirus striking the United Kingdom tempered U.S. markets one day after Congress passed a long-awaited $900B coronavirus package.
Asian stocks faltered and sterling slid on Monday as unease over a new coronavirus strain that was shutting much of the United Kingdom offset news that a deal had finally been struck on a long-awaited U.S. stimulus bill.
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U.S. equity futures were pointing higher early Tuesday hours before the opening bell on Wall Street one day after U.S. markets retreated with losses in the financial, industrial and health care sectors leading the retreat, outweighing gains by technology stocks and companies that rely on consumer spending.
U.S. equity futures are pointing higher early Monday hours before the opening bell after ending last week on a downbeat note. Benchmarks pulled further away from their recent highs Friday as prospects for another aid package from Washington faded, while a surge in virus cases is threatening to inflict more damage on an already battered economy.
U.S. equity futures were flat early Thursday, hours before the opening bell after investors showed a strong appetite for IPOs Wednesday for DealDash and before that Airbnb.
U.S. equity futures are pointing higher hours before the opening bell as Investors were encouraged by upbeat news on coronavirus vaccines and reports that lawmakers and the White House are making progress toward fresh stimulus for the U.S. economy.
After a strong week last week, the three major U.S. indeces are showing a weak start to the new week Monday as hours before the opening bell, both the Dow Jones Industrial Averages and the tech-heavy Nasdaq are each down approximately -0.2%. The S&P is down nearly -0.3% in early trading.
U.S. equity futures are trading higher Tuesday as the calendar turned from a record November, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 30,000 points for the first time, as progress in the development of coronavirus vaccines kept investors in a buying mood.
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Stocks have gyrated in recent trading sessions, after marching higher for much of the summer. The turbulence entered a new phase Monday.