US Futures Close After Big Comeback

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U.S. futures were getting banged up last night falling 90 points when they opened for trading on the Chicago Mercantile exchange at 6:00PM EST last night.However, they recovered all of those losses and ended in the green.

Dow futures gained 8 points.

S&P 500 futures climbed 3.5 points.

Nasdaq 100 futures fell 3.75 points.

At 9:00 AM, we learned that the August S&P Case-Shiller home price index jumped 2 per cent from a year ago.  This was higher than the 1.9 per cent economists were looking for.

The U.S. stock markets will be closed today for the second day in a row.  Heads of the major exchanges are expected to meet this morning and discuss whether or not markets will reopen for trading tomorrow.

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