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Today’s data includes weekly jobless claims at 8:30AM ET (1230GMT), followed by the ISM non-manufacturing survey at 10AM ET (1400GMT).
In Europe, shares fell back as energy and banking stocks dragged broader indices.
Meanwhile, the S&P 500 futures ticked down 5 points, or about 0.2%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 futures fell 9 points, or roughly 0.2%.
The Energy Information Administration on Wednesday reported a 1.5 million barrel drop in U.S. crude supplies last week, below analysts’ expectations.
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Pyongyang hit back at threats from President Donald Trump, branding his warnings as a “load of nonsense”.
Market darling NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) also reports late in the day.
Oil extends gains; Brent hits highest since MayOil prices extended gains, as data showing a sixth consecutive week of declines in U.S. crude inventories added to optimism that the market was rebalancing.
Oil traders looked ahead to OPEC’s monthly report for July due at around 7:45AM ET (1145GMT) to further assess global oil supply and demand levels.
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The S&P 500 futures ticked up 4 points, or about 0.1%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 futures rose 10 points, or roughly 0.2%.
North Korea sanctions in focusMarkets await to hear Pyongyang’s response to U.N. sanctions over the weekend.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea on Saturday aimed at pressuring the hermit state to end its controversial nuclear program.
North Korea denounced the latest sanctions, saying they infringe on its sovereignty and vowed to take “righteous action”, the North’s official news agency said.