Global Markets Track U.S. Selloff; S&P Futures Edge Lower

International markets fell sharply, following Thursday’s slide on Wall Street, but U.S. stock futures were only modestly lower, suggesting some of the pressure on American stocks could abate Friday.

By late morning Friday in Hong Kong, E-mini futures tied to the S&P 500 and the tech-focused Nasdaq-100 index had both edged down about 0.2%.


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