Dow Jones futures, S&P 500 futures, and Nasdaq futures rose modestly, with investors eagerly awaiting Nvidia's earnings report and potential impact on various tech companies and the broader market.
Dow Jones futures, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, were relatively unchanged after hours ahead of Fed Chief Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole symposium. The stock market rally attempt on Thursday was disrupted as major indexes reversed lower, with AI stocks such as Nvidia, Marvell Technology, and Adobe also experiencing reversals.
Stock futures indicate a slight increase as investors await Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's speech at the central bank summit in Jackson Hole, Wyo, with stocks of Affirm, Marvell, Hawaiian Electric, AMC, and Intuit showing the most movement.
Stock futures rose slightly ahead of Fed Chair Jay Powell's speech, with investors eagerly awaiting his comments on interest rates and inflation.
Stock futures remain near flat as August proves to be a challenging month for the market, with the Dow on pace to finish 2.8% lower and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq set for losses of 3.4% and 4.5% respectively.
Stock futures are down as Wall Street prepares for a wave of economic data and concludes a challenging month for equities.
Stock futures fell slightly on Wednesday as investors try to mitigate August's losses and the market awaits labor statistics and earnings reports.
U.S. stock futures are mixed as investors await economic data and assess the possibility of the Federal Reserve ending its interest rate hiking campaign, while Chinese manufacturing contracts, increasing pressure for stronger economic support from Beijing.
Stock futures rise as investors close out a month of losses for the three major stock indexes, with positive earnings reports from MongoDB and Dell Technologies boosting sentiment.
Stock futures are mixed as the market aims to maintain momentum in the holiday-shortened week, following an upbeat week for Wall Street with the Dow and Nasdaq registering their best performances since July.
Stock futures decline as higher oil prices and rising bond yields grab investors' attention, with Zscaler, GitLab, Asana, and more stocks experiencing significant movement.
U.S. stock futures decline as investors assess Federal Reserve monetary policy and digest extended supply cuts by major oil producers, while China's Tencent prepares to unveil a new AI chatbot.
Stock index futures were slightly lower on Wednesday due to concerns about oil prices at a 10-month high, with S&P futures and Dow futures down 0.2% each and Nasdaq 100 futures down 0.3%.
Stock futures decline as investors express concerns about the Federal Reserve's potential to maintain a restrictive monetary policy due to rising inflation.
Stock futures opened little changed on Thursday evening, with slight gains in Dow Jones and S&P 500 futures, and a 3% rise in DocuSign shares after beating second-quarter estimates, while Yext shares tumbled almost 28% after releasing mixed guidance for the third quarter and full year.
Stock futures slipped on Friday as officials hinted the Federal Reserve may keep interest rates unchanged, causing tech stocks, particularly Apple, to fall, although the company's shares stabilized after dragging down the Nasdaq.
Stock futures open flat as investors await economic data and earnings from tech companies.
Summary: Stock futures are trading higher as investors anticipate the release of U.S. inflation data and consider its impact on monetary policy.
Stock futures point lower as Wall Street comes off two days of gains and investors prepare for the latest U.S. market news.
Stock futures slip as several stocks, including Apple, BP, NIO, and Rocket Pharmaceuticals, show significant movement.
Stock futures remained relatively unchanged as traders awaited the August producer price index, indicating stable wholesale inflation.
U.S. stock futures inched up as investors anticipate the Federal Reserve's next policy decision and aim to gain insight into the central bank's stance on inflation.
Stock futures were calm as Wall Street prepared for the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision and economic update, with traders awaiting clues about future monetary policy.
The Federal Reserve's upcoming rate decision is expected to have little impact on Bitcoin and traditional markets, with low volatility predicted due to the central bank's data-dependent stance and lack of surprises anticipated.
Stock futures opened flat as investors analyzed the Federal Reserve's projections, while FedEx shares gained 5% after beating earnings expectations and KB Home fell 2% despite exceeding Wall Street's forecasts.
Stock futures traded lower as the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but hinted at the possibility of a rate hike later this year.
Stock futures on the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq 100 climb slightly after a week of steep losses, as investors react to the Federal Reserve's statement on keeping interest rates higher for longer.
Stock futures rise slightly as certain stocks, including Ford, Activision, Alibaba, U.S. Steel, and Scholastic, show significant movement.