Market Report - Us Pre-Open
Wall Street futures were pointing to a positive session as investors remained focused on the bond market and US-China trade relations.
Futures were pointing to more losses on Thursday after China vowed to counter the US's latest round of tariffs on $300bn- worth of goods from the Asian superpower.
Wall Street futures were pointing to heavy losses at the opening bell on the back of much weaker than expected economic data out of China and following a report that Washington was not easing back in its trade war with Beijing.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening lower yet again on Tuesday, following on from the serious losses seen during the previous session.
Wall Street futures were pointing to losses at the open on Monday, with fears that ongoing tensions between the US and China could lead to a global recession.
Futures were pointing to a modest downdraft for stocks on Wall Street at the start of trading on Friday, tracking the losses seen in Europe as political woes in Italy weighed on investor sentiment across the continent.
Wall Street futures had major indices opening higher on Thursday after some rollercoaster trading in the previous session.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening higher on Wednesday, extending gains from the previous session as US - China trade tensions remained in focus.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening higher on Tuesday, with major indices attempting to bounce back from their worst day of the year during the previous session.
US futures had stocks opening sharply lower at the bell on Monday, following on from heavy losses seen across Asian indices overnight.
US stocks looked set to open lower on Friday as Donald Trump break the trade war truce with threats of hitting Chinese imports with more tariffs.
Wall Street futures pointed to some small gains ahead of the first full session since the Federal Reserve cut its target interest rates for the first time in more than a decade.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening higher on Wednesday, with traders preparing themselves for the outcome of the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting later in the day.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening lower on Tuesday ahead of a fresh round of trade talks between Chinese and US officials in Shanghai.
Wall Street futures had major indices opening slightly lower on Monday, as investors turned their attention towards the Federal Reserve and trade talks between US and Chinese officials later in the week.
Wall Street stocks looked set to open higher on Friday, with market participants digesting some overnight earnings and looking ahead to the release of second-quarter gross domestic product figures.
Wall Street futures were pointing to a mixed open on Thursday, with investors continuing to monitor trade developments and earnings.
Wall Street futures pointed to losses at the open on Wednesday as market participants began to look ahead to face-to-face talks between American and Chinese negotiators next week.
Wall Street futures were pointing to a solid open on Tuesday as the likes of Coca-Cola, Biogen, Lockheed Martin, United Technologies and Harley-Davidson were all slated to report before the opening bell.
Wall Street futures were pointing to a positive start on Monday as attention remained focused on the Federal Reserve as hopes of 50 basis point cut to interest rates began to fade.