Dow Jones industrialist futures increased 100 points, which is 0.3%.
Meanwhile S&P 500 futures increased 0.4%. Nasdaq 100 futures increased 0.5%.

During regular trading sessions, the Dow went to 725 points which is a decrease of 280.83 points or 0.87%.
S&P decreased 0.7%. Nasdaq composite increased 0.05%.

The Saudi national bank said that it couldn’t provide more funds for the bank.

“It’s no doubt changing the landscape of how we as investors look at the investability of financial institutions that fit in the banking sector,” said Keith Buchanan.

“It also makes us ponder just how the sector would navigate with, in the future, more forms of regulatory pressure on these corporations.”

Buchanan went on saying, “There’s a race again for safe havens, particularly U.S Treasuries. And you know, there’s a notion now, on a mixed note at the Federal reserve meeting next week, [they’ll] perhaps have [a] less hawkish tilt to their action and rhetoric.”

There was a mix of U.S stock futures on Wednesday night.

Dow Jones Industrial decreased 24 points which is 0.07%.
S&P 500 futures decreased 0.03%.
Nasdaq 100 futures increased 0.10%.

- Published By Team Nation Press News

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