S&P futures up 0.3%, off some earlier weakness. Follows US equities coming under pressure on Thursday with S&P down for a third straight session and suffering back-to-back declines of ~1.3%. Stocks on track to finish mostly lower this week with growth and momentum meaningfully underperforming value.
Big day for US economic data
Potential for upside trade looking at shorter-term 60-minute charts - hard stop at recent low
Asian equities mostly lower overnight though China turned around early morning losses and closed only down slightly.
European markets are weaker.
Treasuries little changed overall.
Dollar extending its strength on the major crosses, up over 1% this week.
Gold down 0.3%.
WTI crude up 2.5% after rallying over 4% yesterday on the unexpected OPEC+ decision to leave output unchanged.