JOLTS reports and earnings could be the highlight of Tuesday.
Russia is reportedly planning full military mobilization against Ukraine by officially declaring war with its neighbors.
Early signs of the US futures index suggest that Wall Street may open lower. Asian stocks closed in different ways, but European stocks are almost up.
At 7:40 am ET, Dow futures fell 77.00 points, S & P 500 futures fell 10.25 points and Nasdaq 100 futures fell 33.75 points.
All major US averages ended up positive. Nasdaq rose 201.38 points (1.63%) to settle at 12,536.02.
The Dow rose 84.29 points or 0.26 percent at 33,061.50. The S & P 500 settled from 4,062.51 to 4,155.38, recording a 23.45 point (0.57%) increase.
Economically, the March Department of Commerce factory order will be issued at 10 am. The consensus is up 1.1%, down 0.5% last month.
March job vacancies and turnover or JOLT surveys will be published at 10am. The consensus was 11.27 million, compared to 11.266,000 last month.
The eight-week Treasury bill announcement will take place at 11:00 am ET.
Asian stocks ended almost below Tuesday’s session.
The markets in China, Japan and India have been closed. The Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong ended flat at 21,101.89.
In Australia, the Benchmark S & P / ASX 200 closed at 7,316.20, down 0.42%.
European stocks are mostly traded high. France’s CAC 40 is up 18.50 points (0.29%). Germany’s DAX has scored 29.15 points or 0.21 percent. The UK FTSE 100 is down 53.08 points (0.71%). The Swiss market index is down 6.92 points or 0.06 percent.
Eurostocks 50, which offers the best companies in the euro area super sector leaders, is up 0.20%.
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Wall Street can open low.Revenue, focus of JOLTS report
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