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U.S. stock futures point to rally over cooling trade tensions

U.S. inventory futures indicated a leap for main indexes at first of buying and selling on Monday, boosted in part by signs that trade tensions could also be easing between the U.S. and China. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YMM8, +Zero.86% jumped 170 issues, or Zero.7%, to 23,782, while S&P 500 futures ESM8, +Zero.97% rose 20.45 issues, or Zero.8%, to two,618. Nasdaq-100 futures NQM8, +1.23% surged 65 issues, or 1%, to six,619.50. Major indexes logged their worst week since January 2016 on Friday, with the Dow DJIA, -1.77% plunging 424.69 issues. Those losses stemmed from fears of a global trade battle, with the U.S. and China buying and selling barbs final week over the Trump administration's plan to impose price lists on China. But the two countries have began negotiations in the back of the scenes to ease U.S. get entry to to China markets, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, mentioning assets. Asian markets have been most commonly lower, despite the fact that sharper losses from previous have been easing up. The dollar DXY, +Zero.00% was buying and selling flat, while gold prices GCJ8, -Zero.44% have been modestly lower, as have been those for crude clj8