US stock futures slip after Trump’s coronovirus relief order


US stock index futures sunk late Sunday, with President Donald Trump issuing executive orders on coronovirus aid on Saturday, which were quickly rejected by Democrats and some Republican lawmakers. As soon as 7:30 pm Eastern, the Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YM00,
+ 0.02%
Were down nearly 50 points or 0.2%, while the S&P 500 futures ES00,
-0.01%
And Nasdaq-100 futures NQ00,
-0.20%
Also submerged. Stock was added on Friday, while the Dow DJIA,
+ 0.17%
3.8% gain for the week, its biggest percentage gain since June 5. S&P 500 SPX,
+ 0.06%
Its largest weekly percentage climb since July 2 increased to 2.5%; While the Nasdaq comp,
-0.87%
Climbed 2.5%. Trump on Saturday issued orders aimed at boosting the economy, but many lawmakers and experts said they were neither possible nor legal. Meanwhile, with just 13 S&P 500 companies and a Dow component, the earnings season continues to be low, releasing quarterly earnings this week.

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