U.S. stock index futures advanced as investors await reports on personal spending and weekly jobless claims.
Asian markets rallied Thursday after a sharp downward revision of US GDP rekindled hopes that the US Fed might stretch its asset-purchase program.
U.S. stock index futures gain on Wednesday as investors await the final estimate of first quarter GDP data.
Strong US data helped boost most Asian stocks and drive down gold futures, while the Shanghai index continued to fall, despite PBoC's assurances.
U.S. stock markets will try to end the "June Swoon," and build on Asian market gains Tuesday.
Asian markets fell again on Tuesday, led by a record fall in the Shanghai stock index, as concerns grew over liquidity in China’s banking sector.
Gold prices are expected to drop lower this week as a sell-off in gold ETFs continues and after Goldman Sachs lowered forecasts for 2013 and 2014.
With Europe and Asia down about 1% Mon., U.S. traders are anticipating a bumpy start to the week.
Fears about the US Fed's bond-buying program weaken Indian markets and currency, prompting an exodus of overseas investors in June.
U.S. stock index futures edge higher ahead of the outcome of the Federal Open Market Committee's two-day meeting, which began Tuesday.
Gold futures fell for the third straight session while Asians markets mostly declined on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's FOMC meeting.
Business sentiment among Asia’s top companies showed improvement in the second quarter despite weak global prospects, a report showed.
U.S. stock index futures gain as markets await reports on inflation and housing starts.
Investor sentiment in Germany and the euro zone improved more than expected while inflation in the UK rebounded, data released on Tuesday show.
Mexico's energy sector -- closed to competition for 80 years -- could open up to private investment if President Enrique Pena Nieto has his way.
Investors also had an ear for a hint of the U.S. Federal Reserve's likely monetary policy stance at its meeting Wednesday.
Brazil's IPO market is set for a record haul with companies tipped to raise $10.6 billion in public offerings despite weak economic growth.
India's central bank left benchmark rates untouched on Monday as softening inflation is offset by currency and deficit concerns.
Groupon Inc, Smith & Wesson Holding, SolarCity, Nokia, and GameStop Corp prevailed in pre-market trading on Friday.
U.S. stock futures point to a flat open on Friday as investors await a host of economic data.