|U.S. stock futures suggested a modest rebound on Friday, the last trading day of the second quarter, following Thursday losses that were fueled by a tech sell-off and rising concerns that central banks were preparing to unwind years of easy money policies designed to stimulate economic growth. European shares edged higher on Friday after their sharpest drop in nine months. The Stoxx Europe 600 gained 0.3 percent. In the U.S., Dow Jones Industrial Average futures gained 0.2 percent, S&P 500 futures rose by 0.3 percent, and Nasdaq-100 futures were up 0.4 percent, pointing to a higher open. Bonds, which have been under pressure this week, also showed signs of stabilizing.
Source: MarketWatch, The New York Times