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WORLD HEADLINES – European stocks tracked declines across Asia as investors continued to grapple with America’s strategy toward Chinese trade and investment. Emerging-market assets had another miserable day, while Treasuries edged lower and the dollar slipped.

STOCKS – Futures on the S&P 500 pointed to a firmer open in the wake of Wednesday’s slump.

BONDS – U.S. Treasury and German Bund yields remained near one-month lows as investors sought the risk-off assets.

COMMODITIES – U.S. crude futures had surged 3.16 percent on Wednesday, rising to as much as $73.06 a barrel, the highest since November 2014, on signs of tight supply.

CURRENCIES – The trade tensions pushed the dollar, seen as one of the safest investments especially if U.S. interest rates keep rising, to test a one-year high against a basket of other top currencies.

ECONOMIC DATA – U.S. Final GDP and Unemployment Claims due at 8:30, Natural Gas Storage at 10:30 ET.

 

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