U.S. stock futures are pointing to more modest gains at the open. The Nasdaq is coming off a record closing high and the S&P 500 set another intraday record Tuesday, with both posting their fourth gains in five sessions. (CNBC)
Crude futures were lower in early morning trade, extending Tuesday’s losses as analysts cast doubt on the ability of a proposed OPEC meeting next month to tighten oil supply and buoy prices. (Reuters)
Business services growth and consumer spending in the U.K. slowed last month in part due to Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, a Bank of England survey reported Tuesday. (Reuters)
The Bank of England’s effort to buy 1.17 billion pounds worth of debt fell short on the stimulus program’s second day after pension funds and insurance companies refused to sell long-dated government bonds to the central bank. (FT)
Information obtained from CNBC, Reuters and The Financial Times.