US stock futures fell on Monday, suggesting that major stock indexes will fall from record highs as investors record gains as they weigh new political and economic uncertainties.
Futures tied to the S&P 500 fell 0.5%, indicating that the benchmark could fall from the all-time record at Friday. Contracts related to the Nasdaq-100 decreased by 0.4%, and those related to the industrial average of the Dow Jones decreased by 0.7%.
In recent days, stocks have united on bets that the Democratic-controlled Congress will increase government spending by boosting economic recovery.
Market sentiment is declining at the beginning of the new week, as investors face a number of risks. On the political front, Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., California) said the House of Ministers could impeach President Trump as early as this week. This raises concerns that recent malice in Washington could reduce support for other important measures.
Recent economic data also showed that the recovery of the US labor market stalled in December, ending seven months of job growth and adding to fears that the short-term outlook is deteriorating. The rate of Covid-1