U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks edge cautiously higher as investors take their cues from fixed income markets; Apple unveils a new lineup of services in a push to double down on its most profitable business segment; Samsung issues a profit warning; Uber buys Middle East rival Careem.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades lower over fears on Wall Street of slowing global growth.
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U.S. stock futures fall as last week's sharp selloff continues amid concerns over the strength of the world economy and the first inversion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve in more than a decade; the report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller finds the Trump campaign didn't conspire with Russia to swing the 2016 election; Apple is expected Monday to unveil a new subscription video service.
My game plan is a more-defensive posture and tighter stops.
The market may be due for some consolidation at this point, but don't read too much into it.
U.S. futures are sharply lower Friday after a private sector reading of economic activity in Europe slumps to its weakest level in seven years; Nike declines after the athletic apparel giant posts weaker-than-expected fiscal third-quarter sales in North America; Indonesia's national airline seeks to cancel an order for 49 Boeing MAX jets.
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