Market Report - Us Pre-Open
Stocks on Wall Street are being called to start the Friday session with small gains following upbeat remarks from a top White House official.
US futures had stocks opening lower on Thursday as market participants continued to be mainly focussed on trade developments between the world's two largest economies.
US futures had stocks opening lower on Wednesday as market participants looked forward to an address from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell later in the session.
Stock futures were pointing to a broadly flat open on Tuesday after the Dow Jones Industrials index just managed to eke out its ninth record close of the year during the previous session.
US futures had stocks opening lower on Monday as market participants continued to closely monitor goings-on in US-China trade talks and demonstrations in Hong Kong.
US stock futures were pointing to a muted start to trading on Friday after a record close for the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the previous session.
US futures had stocks moving to the upside at the start of trading on Thursday as Beijing and Washington agreed to roll back tariffs on each other's goods as part of an effort to secure a phase-one trade deal.
Stocks on Wall Street were being called to start the Tuesday session slightly higher amid what appeared to be continued positive soundbytes coming out of the ongoing US-China trade talks.
US stocks pointed to a firmer open on Wall Street on Monday as investors grew increasingly optimistic that a trade deal will be struck between the US and China.
US futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Wall Street on Friday following the release of encouraging Chinese manufacturing data, as investors eyed the latest non-farm payrolls report.
US equity futures are pointing to a dip for stocks at the opening bell on the back of reports that called into question the chances of a long-term US-China trade deal being signed.
Stocks are being called to start the session a tad higher ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates scheduled for later in the day and on the back of slightly stronger than expected readings on the pace of US economic growth and for the country's labour market - albeit perhaps only at first glance.
Futures were pointing to a small dip for stocks at the start of trading on Wall Street, with the mood dampened by a poor set of quarterly figures out of technology giant Alphabet overnight.
Stocks in the US were set for a higher start on Monday even as traders waited on the next interest rate decision from the Federal Reserve in the middle of the week and the release of the October non-farm payrolls report on Friday.
US futures were pointing to a somewhat muted open on Friday as the release of some positive results from Microsoft and Tesla in the previous session were offset by disappointing quarterly figures from Amazon.
US futures had stocks opening slightly higher on Thursday ahead of the busiest day of the earnings season.
US futures had stocks opening lower on Thursday as shares in bellwether Caterpillar snk on the back of a significant earnings miss and after downgrading its full-year outlook.
US futures had stocks opening slightly higher on Tuesday as investors continued to focus on US-Sino trade news.
Wall Street trading looked set to get off to a positive start on Monday, thanks to positive headlines around the US-China trade talks and increasing optimism that the UK would be able to avoid crashing out of the European Union.
Wall Street was set for a slightly higher start at the end of the week, even as traders waited on a key vote in the UK Parliament at the weekend and despite mixed economic data out of China overnight.