US Stock index futures continued to climb Friday morning after two influential Federal Reserve officials hinted at more aggressive central bank political relief.
About 5:15 ET, the Dow futures meant a positive open at around 90 points, while the S & P 500 and Nasdaq futures were also seen higher.
Stocks had gone south on Thursday until New York President John Williams said the central bank needed to "act quickly" as the economy slowed down and prices were low and added in a speech "better to take preventive action than to wait. that the disaster will unfold. "
S & P 500 reversed its orbit to close 0.4% higher to 2.995.1
But a New York Fed spokesman moved to cool speculation as a result of Williams' comments and told CNBC that he signed from academic travel (19659002) Investors on Thursday digested a mix of corporate income when Netflix shares went down more than 10% after the streaming giant reported a surprising loss in US subscribers, while Microsoft stocks hit record highs after beating analysts' fourth-quarter sales and profits.
IBM reported its fourth consecutive decline, while Morgan Stanley hit expectations.
American Express and BlackRock are among those reporting before the clock on Friday.
Investors will also monitor another escalation of tensions in the Middle East, after President Trump said an American naval ship destroyed an Iranian drone in a "defensive act" in the Hormuzic flow. 19659002] CNBC's Fred Imbert contributed to this report.
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