U.S. stock futures nudged slightly downward in pre-market trading on Tuesday, as investor focus turned squarely towards an upcoming address by Federal Reserve C

US Stock Futures Inch Lower as Investors Await Powell Speech


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U.S. stock futures nudged slightly downward in pre-market trading on Tuesday, as investor focus turned squarely towards an upcoming address by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. The anticipation of his remarks regarding interest rates is keeping sentiment cautious.

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Will the Slump Continue?

Monday's session ended positively, particularly for technology stocks. However, the slight decline in futures suggests a potential continuation of the cautious pre-market trend.

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