U.S. Stock index futures were higher on Tuesday after the decline in Treasury yields stabilized after a sharp downturn lately. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures showed a gain of 157 points in the open at about 8:32 am ET Futures of the S & P 500 and Nasdaq 100 also rose
The US 10-year yield was traded at 2.45% a day after it reached its lowest level since December 2017. The decline in 10-year interest triggered an inversion of the so-called yield curve as the three- inversion of the yield curve as a signal that the recession may be on the horizon so that the rise in long-term interest rates is seen as at the moment
the yield curve, reversed with the release of weak economic data from the United States and around the world, as well as the reduced US economic outlook from the Federal Reserve
. "There is a lot of worry about global economic growth. This is understandable as it has slowed significantly since early 201
Consumer confidence data is expected at 10 am, while home start-up has fallen by more than 8% , but no estimates are available. However, building permits fell less than expected. The news that Special Adviser Robert Mueller has found no evidence that President Donald Trump has negotiated with Russia in the presidential race in 2016 has strengthened the markets, removing some uncertainty. Overall, however, concerns about the world economy limit market gains.
more than 20 percent in the foreclosure market after The Wall Street Journal reported that three activist investors were trying to replace the company's entire board of directors. Shares were on the brink of publishing their biggest day of 2009