U.S. STOCK FUTURES TURN AROUND AFTER CORONAVIRUS-AID DEAL
U.S. stock index futures trimmed losses early Wednesday, after lawmakers and the White House agreed toa $2 trillion coronavirus relief billafter midnight.
As of 2 a.m. Eastern, Dow Jones Industrial Average futuresYM00,-0.049%were back in positive territory, after giving up early-session 400-point gains and sinking into negative territory. S&P 500 futuresES00,-0.578%and Nasdaq-100 futuresNQ00,-0.361%also shaved losses and were last nearly flat. Earlier, the DowDJIA,+11.36%rose 2,112.98 points, or 11.37%,its best percentage gain since 1933, to close at 20,704.91, the S&P 500 indexSPX,+9.38%advanced 209.93 points, 9.38%, to close at 2,447.33, and the Nasdaq Composite indexCOMP,+8.12%gained 557.18 points, or 8.12%, ending trading at 7,417.86.
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