—U.S. stock futures advanced, along with bond yields and oil prices, as investors wagered that a new round of stimulus spending would bolster the economy.
—Futures tied to the S&P 500 ticked up 0.3% after the benchmark stocks gauge posted its biggest one-week advance since November and closed Friday at an all-time high. Futures for the technology-heavy Nasdaq-100 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average contracts both added 0.4%. Read our full market wrap here.
What’s Coming Up
—Earnings are due from
after the close.
Market Movers to Watch
—The iCar may have to wait.
‘s talks with
have failed to lead to an agreement for the South Korean auto giant to assemble vehicles for the iPhone company. But investors seem ok with that—Apple’s shares nudged up 0.1% ahead of the bell.
—The Reddit crew is a mixed bag this morning, but trading is relatively calm.
‘s shares are up 14% premarket,
‘s are up 4% and
shares edged 0.3% lower.
‘s not a winner today. The casino operator dropped 3.4% premarket after it started a public offering of 5.5 million shares of its common stock to fund operations while the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
‘s shares are up 5.8% premarket. Several analysts raised their price targets for its stock.
Dogecoin, a homage to bitcoin that was designed to serve no real purpose, is suddenly worth a total of more than $6 billion.
Chart of the Day
A flood of cash has pushed borrowing costs to unusual lows in Europe. Some companies can now borrow at lower rates than those set by the European Central Bank.
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