(Teleborsa) – After a session – and a start to the week – closed higher for both the Dow Jones and the S&P 500, US futures are fractionally down, but still close to parity. Investors’ attention is al data on inflation, which could provide clues to the outlook for monetary policy. Before the Opening Bell, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in fact released consumer prices for the month of August.
The contract on the Dow Jones loses 0.15% to 34.814 points, while that on the S&P 500 leaves 0.12% on the ground at 4,463 points. The derivative on the Nasdaq marks a -0.16% to 15,409 points. On the macroeconomic front, the only data expected today is that of inflation.