S&P futures up 0.1% after US equities came under pressure on Wednesday with the S&P down over 1% for first time since late May. Asian markets mostly overnight with Greater China leading the declines along with Taiwan, while Japan outperformed with moderate gains. European equities seeing good gains. Treasuries weaker across the curve after a big flattening move in prior session. Dollar extending its recent gains with the dollar index up 0.3%. Gold down 1.5%. WTI crude off 1.4%, breaking a five-day streak of gains.
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