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U.S. stocks could potentially open lower even after U.S. GDP figures got a boost.
U.S. stock markets nosedived Thursday as equities threatened to continue a broad-based selloff in the upcoming trading session.
U.S. stocks continue to fall late Thursday afternoon after an early selloff in equities driven by end-of-quarter profit-taking led to exaggerated moves in a light trading day.
U.S. stocks sink Thursday amid end-of-quarter profit-taking and the unwinding of trades that were driven by dovish Federal Reserve speak during the prior session.
U.S. stock index futures are lower Thursday after jobless claims came in lower than expected while durable goods figures plunge, as expected.
U.S. stocks fight to close with gains on Wednesday after three straight days of losses.
U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a higher open Wednesday, poised to break out of a losing streak after three sessions of declines.
The U.S. stocks fell for a third day as U.S. fighter jets attack the Islamic State militia in Syria.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to another weak day on Wall Street Tuesday.
U.S. stock markets are down on Monday, as the Dow plunges with analysts saying this is not a market top.