US stock-index futures rise with S&P 500 close to all-time high

Jun 19 2017 12:02
Sofia Horta e Costa, Bloomberg

London - US stock-index futures rose, following a lull in markets after equities hit another fresh record last week.

S&P 500 contracts expiring in September added 0.3% at 11:28. The benchmark is just points away from an all-time high reached June 13, losing momentum in the past three sessions to close little changed for the week. The index hasn’t posted a gain or loss exceeding 1% in a month.

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 73 points to 21 406 on Monday.

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