U.S. Stock index futures were little changed, much as the major averages were at Wednesday's close following the release of the White House’s tax reform proposal.
A positive bent has apparently returned to Wall Street, with the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq coming off back-to-back gains, and the Nasdaq coming off its first-ever close over 6,000.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to further gains at the Tuesday open, following the biggest gains for U.S. stocks since March 1.
U.S. stock futures were surging and European averages were jumping following the weekend election vote in France, in which centrist Emmanuel Macron won the first round of voting.
The idea that tax reform may be back on the front burner has Wall Street in an upbeat mood ahead of the final trading day of the week.
U.S. futures were pointing to a higher Wall Street open after both the Dow and S&P 500 posted their fifth day of losses in six sessions on Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures were showing a very slight positive trend this morning, but not enough to give a clear signal that US markets might see a rebound today.
U.S. stocks are coming off their best daily gains of April, but stock index futures and recent history may be working against extending that rally today.
Whether the holiday weekend will be the pause that refreshes remains to be seen for Wall Street, with futures not moving strongly in either direction.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to a possible third straight day of losses, as investors remain wary of North Korea, U.S.-Russia relations, and Syria.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, though investors were still striking a cautionary tone.
U.S. stock futures were flat this morning. The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq on Monday did eke out their second positive session in three.
Futures were pointing to a lower Wall Street open as the new week begins, though the market’s moves have been anything but decisive recently.
U.S. stocks were coming off their biggest intraday reversal in 14 months, with the Dow losing a nearly 200 point gain to finish lower.
The moves aren’t spectacular, but futures were pointing to another day of modest gains for Wall Street after a late rally Tuesday put the major averages in positive territory for the day.
Futures were pointing to a lower opening on Wall Street and a third straight down day for U.S. stocks.
The last trading hour of March was decidedly downbeat, but stock index futures were pointing to modest gains at the open as April and the second quarter begin.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to modest losses at the open on this final trading day of March and of the first quarter, but there are still positive signs.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to an indecisive opening ahead of the final two trading days of March, with a positive month still a possibility for the major averages.
U.S. stocks were coming off their best gains in nearly two weeks, though futures were re mixed as Britain gets ready to trigger the Brexit process today.