U.S. Futures are Holding Gains After Data #DurableGoods #Inflation #Brexit

U.S. futures are holding gains after data. January new orders for durable goods rose more than expected, rising 0.4% against expectations of a slight decline. On the inflation front, producer prices in February were slightly below expectations rising 0.1%, below expectations of a rise of 0.2%. Later this morning markets will get a look at construction spending from January. European stocks are mostly higher despite uncertainty around Brexit after lawmakers once again voted down PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal. The U.K. Parliament will vote tomorrow to exit without a deal. If this measure is turned down, they will then vote again on Thursday to delay Brexit. Asian shares closed mostly lower with weakness in Chinese and Japanese shares.

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