US equity futures rise for the second day in a row


© Reuters. US equity futures rise for the second day in a row – US equity futures continued to rise for the second day in a row before the opening of Wall Street trading on Tuesday, as risk appetite rose again in conjunction with reports of a decline in the death and injury rate in the countries most affected by the Coronavirus in the world.

The index of industrial index futures rose by 791 points, or 3.52%, while index futures rose by 217 points or by 2.7%, as futures for the S&P 500 index increased by 3.11% or by 82.25 points.

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