Dow Jones futures fell slightly early Wednesday, while S&P 500 futures edged higher and Nasdaq futures rose modestly as the stock market rally awaits President Biden's big infrastructure spending bill and tax hikes.
Report informs, citing New York Stock Exchange that the major indexes fell slightly on Tuesday, though the Nasdaq slashed intraday declines as Treasury yields reversed from pandemic highs. Leading stocks and small caps also did well.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 85.41 percentage points (0.26 percent) to 32,981.55 points, and the Standard & Poor's 500 indexes slump 14.34 percentage points (0.36 percent) and the Nasdaq electronic index rose by 194.91 percentage points (1.51 percent) and settled at 13,091.44 percentage points.
April futures for WTI fell 1.74 percent to $59.34.