Brief: U.S. Stock Futures Holding Near Flatline


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U.S. stock futures were holding near the flatline this morning, after theS&P 500’s highest close of 2016 on Friday and four straight weeks of gains on Wall Street. Investors also focus on the Fed’s upcoming two-day meeting, which begins tomorrow.

Asian stocks closed higher overnight, with Japan’s Nikkei 225 and China’s Shanghai composite both gaining more than 1.7 percent. The moves higher followed Friday rallies in both Europe and Wall Street. (CNBC)

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