U.S. stock futures pared some gains on Wednesday, but kept Wall Street on track to open higher, after weaker-than-expected private U.S. jobs data, raising the odds that the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates this month.
Intercontinental Exchange Inc's NYSE Group, which includes the New York Stock Exchange, said on Wednesday that it temporarily suspended trading in all of securities on its exchanges following earlier reports of technical difficulties.
U.S. stocks rose, extending the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s record high, as a private jobs report showed companies took on more workers than estimated and the Federal Reserve said the economy is growing.
RBOB futures soared and rocked to the highest level since last September as concern about tight supply in a New York harbor is causing a bit of panic. It seemed to get an extra shot of enthusiasm when Hess announced it is exiting the refining business