S&P futures down 0.3% and Nasdaq futures down 0.50% in Thursday morning trading after US equities finished lower (though off worst levels) in the prior session with utilities, materials, consumer staples among the notable laggards while financials held up better and consumer discretionary ended higher.
Treasuries little changed to firmer on long end after a big bearish flattening move on Wednesday.
Dollar seeing good gains vs euro while a bit weaker vs yen. DXY, Sterling, Yuan charts on the note
Gold down 4.3%. Charts of Gold, Silver, Copper, Wheat, Corn on note all getting hit hard