At around ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average futures indicated a decline of 86 points in the open. Futures on S & P 500 and Nasdaq Composite also fell.
The benchmark portfolio of 10-year government trading was traded at 2.37 per cent and hit its lowest level since the end of 2017. Investors are keeping an eye on prices after the 10s fell below the 3-month rate last week for the first time since 2007. It is a trend that investors call a reverse yield curve and are seen as an early indicator of a recession.
The US government bond rate has reversed before every recession over the past 50 years and has only offered a false signal only once in that time, according to data from Reuters
The dividend fell on Wednesday after Stephen Moore, who is expected to be nominated for the Federal Reserve Board, called the exchange I bank to cut prices by half a percentage point. re made his comments in an interview with The New York Times, noting that he was not a "dove" or "sycophant" for President Donald Trump.
Investors have claimed to Treasury during the release of weaker than expected financial data. The disappointing data has fueled fears that economic growth may slow down.
On the computer side on Wednesday, international trading figures for January will be released around noon. 8.30 and the fourth quarter's current balance sheet information is set to follow later in the session.
Wall Street's main indices recorded solid gains in the previous session, but finished below session height in a reflection of the underlying concerns about the economic outlook.