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US Futures are Higher After Yesterday's Mixed Session

US futures are higher after yesterday’s mixed session.  Yesterday, the US Supreme Court ruled that Trump’s travel ban from 6 mostly-Muslim countries can take effect immediately.  In economic data, the October trade deficit increased more than expected to $48.7B.  At 10:00am, the Institute for Supply Management will report their November non-manufacturing index update.  European shares are mixed as Brexit discussions stall due to Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party rejecting a special status for Northern Ireland upon the UK split.  Asian shares closed mostly lower as technology stocks lagged.

US Futures are Lower as Global Stocks Decline
US Futures are Sharply Higher This Morning After t...