American equities point to higher starting bell

American equities point to higher starting bell

On Monday, American futures ascended because the Senate gears up for a probable vote on tax-reform bill this week.

The S&P 500 futures tacked on 0.08%, Dow futures inched up 0.10%. At the same time high tech heavy Nasdaq 100 futures managed to gain 0.09%.

Chinese microlender Qudian Inc turned to be among the leading gainers before the morning bell – the benchmark jumped 3.85% having dropped more than 16% on Friday. Additionally, pharmaceutical company Teva Pharma Industries Ltd ADR added 0.58%, patent company Marathon Patent Group Inc headed north 88.91%, investment company US Global Investors Inc inched up 30.75%.

In addition to this, car maker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV declined 0.17%. Meanwhile, laboratory equipment maker Micron Technology Inc tumbled 2.58%, Western Digital data company sank 2.76%.

Germany’s DAX added 0.20%, France’s CAC 40 gained 0.22%, while London’s FTSE 100 grew 0.33%.

 

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