U.S. stock futures rise Thursday as worries about a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China ease; 87 million Facebook users may have had their personal data accessed by Cambridge Analytica; Sears and Delta hit by cyber security breach at a tech firm.
China is both the world's largest consumer and one of its biggest producers of copper.
As U.S. stock futures plunge early Wednesday, gold futures shoot higher.
China on Wednesday announced reciprocal tariffs on 106 U.S. goods including airplanes, cars, soybeans, chemicals and whisky.
China said it would levy a 25% reciprocal tariff on 106 U.S. products including soybeans, cars, whisky and chemicals.
As a plunge in U.S. stock futures threatens to wipe out yesterday's gains, these are the stories that must be on your radar.
U.S. stock futures are higher after a tech selloff during the previous session; Fox says Disney could acquire Sky News; CBS reportedly is preparing a low-ball bid for Viacom.
U.S. markets are expected to open marginally higher on Tuesday after Monday's selloff
Dow futures were slightly higher overnight, while Asia benchmarks followed U.S. equities into the red Tuesday.