Updated from 6:57 a.m. EDT.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are 10 things you should know for Friday, March 20:
1. -- U.S. stock futures were trending upward Friday as investors regrouped after a mixed trading day Thursday that hinged on oil price fears.
2. -- The economic calendar in the U.S. on Friday is light. The Atlanta Fed reports its business inflation expectations at 10 a.m.
3. -- U.S. stocks on Thursday closed mixed as oil prices fell and Wednesday's rally faded from view.
4. -- Internet hosting company GoDaddyset the range for its IPO at $17 to $19. The company plans to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GDDY. The company previously filed for an IPO in 2006 but withdrew its plan.
5. -- Oil is heading for a third straight weekly loss Friday as oil inventories swell and after a Kuwaiti oil minister said OPEC would not cut production. Brent crude oil was heading toward $54 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate crude oil was in the $43 range.
U.S. oil inventories are at an 80-year high, even as a deal to end a U.S. oil refinery strike may increase production.
6. -- Drug makerBiogen Idec (BIIB) - Get Report released information on a promising drug to treat early-stage Alzheimer's disease. The small study is preliminary but shows good results in slowing cognitive decline.
Biogen Idec stock was rising 6.8% in premarket trading. Biogen stock is up about 41% since December.
7. -- Bank of New York Mellon (BK) - Get Reportwill pay $714 million to settle federal and state investigations that suggested BNY Mellon gave customers bad deals on foreign exchange rates. BNY Mellon told the customers that it was giving them the "best rates," although it in fact gave the clients worse deals that it gave its internal traders. The trades took place before early 2012.
In premarket trading, BNY Mellon stock was level.
8. -- Electric car company Telsa (TSLA) - Get Report will have self-driving cars in the U.S. by summer, its CEO Elon Musk said. A software update would allow the cars to start driving themselves on highways, he said. Legal and liability issues on autonomous cars haven't really been worked out yet.
Tesla also will release new software to help owners monitor the car's battery usage, helping users to avoid getting stuck charging their batteries at inconvenient times.
In premarket trading, Tesla was rising 0.87% after falling 2.5% Thursday.
9. -- European cement makers Holcim (HCMLY) and Lafarge (LFRGY) seem to have worked out their differences. The companies' merger plan had run into trouble after Holcim seemed to be reconsidering the deal. Holcim negotiated a better deal for itself, and the companies said Friday that the merger would proceed.
The Holcim/Lafarge deal was announced in April 2014. The companies' combined revenue was $43 billion in 2013, before the merger was announced.
KB Home was rising 1.2% in premarket trading. Darden was up 4.7%.