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 Source: Dow futures dip in volatile trading as investors grapple with Fed tightening ahead Tanaya Macheel 4 minutes U.S. stock futures traded volatilely Thursday morning as investors mulled over an update from the Federal Reserve. Futures tied to the Dow declined 90 points in highly volatile trading, easing up some from an earlier plunge of nearly 500 points. S&P 500 futures were near flat and Nasdaq 100 futures ticked up 0.1%. McDonald's shares fell 2% in premarket trading after the fast-food chain's fourth-quarter earnings missed Wall Street expectations. The company said higher costs weighed on profits. Tesla dipped 1% and Intel lost 3% in early morning trading despite strong earnings reports . Netflix jumped more than 4% on news that Pershing's Bill Ackman bought 3.1 million shares . The back-and-forth trading followed the Fed's announcement Wednesday at the conclusion of its Ja

U.S. Market Futures Indication: Stocks Futures Rose Sharply in Early Morning on Monday 1, March 2021. Dow futures jump more than 200 points to start the week as rate fears ease Maggie Fitzgerald 3-4 minutes U.S. stock futures rose sharply in early morning trading on Monday, as Treasury yields retreated from their highs from last week, easing concerns about inflation and that higher rates would undermine equity valuations. Dow Jones Industrial average futures rose 270 points, or 0.9%. S&P 500 futures gained about 1%. Futures for the Nasdaq-100, the tech heavy index that got hit hard last week, jumped by 1.3%. The 10-year Treasury yield dipped to 1.44% on Monday, off by 2 basis points from Friday and down from its recent high of 1.6% on Thursday, which rattled stocks. There were a broad-based group of stock gainers in the premarket. Economic reopening plays like Carnival Corp and American Airlines were higher by at least 3%. Tech shares like Apple and Tesla were also higher. Last week,

Futures Indication I Dow futures higher amid growing tensions between Iran and the US

Silvia Amaro 1-2 minutes U.S. stock index futures were higher Monday morning, as traders monitor geopolitical tensions, in particular between the United States and Iran. At around 05:23 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 51 points, indicating a positive open of more than 17 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both seen marginally higher. Investors are following developments in the trade war between the U.S. and China, after the Chinese government said it would like Washington to stop “inappropriate” action against Chinese firms. However, market players are also heavily focused on geopolitics and in the escalating tensions between Iran and the U.S. Over the weekend, President Trump announced that the U.S. will impose “major” additional sanctions on Iran on Monday but Iran dismissed the threat as “just propaganda.” On the data front, the calendar is thin with Dallas Fed manufacturing data due at 10:30 a.m. ET. There are no majo

Futures Indication | Dow set to decline at Friday open as increased tariffs on Chinese goods kick in

Yun Li |   Eustance Huang |   Kate Rooney Published 6 Hours Ago   Updated 9 Mins Ago Brendan McDermid | Reuters Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange. Shares on Wall Street were poised for losses at Friday's stateside open, as U.S. tariffs on  Chinese  goods were increased shortly after the stroke of midnight ET. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slipped, implying an opening decline of nearly 23 points for the index at Friday's open. Futures also pointed to opening declines for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. Traders are hopeful that the new tariffs are not applied to Chinese exports that are already in transit before the deadline, which provides some additional time for the two sides to reach an agreement. Futures had been wavering between positive and negative territory on Thursday evening following news that trade talks between the U.S. and China would continue on Frid

Futures Indication I Dow futures drop more than 500 points as China considers skipping trade talks

Eustance Huang, Thomas Franck, Silvia Amaro 6-7 minutes A sharp sell-off will start the week on Wall Street after President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the U.S. will hike tariffs on goods imported from China, casting doubt on recent optimism that the world’s two largest economies were close to a resolution to their trade battle. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures implied an opening decline of about 500 points as of Monday morning stateside. S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 Index futures also pointed to declines for the two indexes at Monday’s open. China’s stock markets, meanwhile, suffered significant losses by the end of their morning session. Trump said in a tweet Sunday afternoon that the current 10% levies on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods will rise to 25% on Friday . He also threatened to impose 25% tariffs on an additional $325 billion of Chinese goods “shortly.” Though trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing