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U.S. stocks closed mixed, attempting to extend a recovery as investors eyed oil prices and awaited Friday's key jobs report.
Crude futures lost steam after rising as much as 4 percent on Thursday on the strength of equity markets.
"I will be totally pledging my allegiance to the Republican Party and the conservative principles for which it stands," Trump said.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady defeated the National Football League. A judge nullified the league's four-game suspension.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open, building on Wednesday's rally which saw major averages gain more than 1.5 percent.
Take a look at some of Thursday's early movers: SLB, LULU, EBAY, MDT, JOY & more
The ECB downgraded its inflation forecast and President Mario Draghi left room to extend and expand its bond buying program as the heightened market volatility seen over the summer have upped the risks to the euro zone's growth outlook.
New applications for unemployment benefits rose more than expected, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a strengthening market.
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Asian stocks mostly recovered on Thursday as investors took heart in a positive finish on Wall Street overnight.
The treasury secretary, in an exclusive CNBC interview, also said the stock market turmoil isn't a major concern at this point.
Job cuts announced by U.S.-based companies plummeted by 61 percent after rising to a four-year high the previous month.
Crude inventories rose by 4.7 million barrels in the last week, the biggest one-week rise since April.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher, partly recovering from the worst start to September in 13 years, as investors eyed global markets, data, and oil.
Most of the country is experiencing solid growth, with only the energy sector providing a drag, the Federal Reserve reported Thursday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. sovereign bonds pared earlier gains on Wednesday after the release of two U.S. data points.
U.S. nonfarm productivity increased at its strongest pace in 1-1/2 years in the second quarter, keeping wage inflation subdued for now.
Companies added 190,000 jobs to close out the summer, better than July's downward-revised 177,000 but below anticipation for 201,000 new positions.
Home mortgage applications increased dramatically last week, as a strong sell-off in the U.S. stock market pushed interest rates lower briefly