- Stocks appear set for an opening bounce after yesterday's drubbing, with S&P 500 (SPY) futures +0.3% and Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) +0.4%.
- Treasury prices give back some of yesterday's big gains, the 10-year yield up two basis points to 2.70%, and gold slips 0.6% to $1,255 per ounce.
- Europe's mixed and Japan tumbled 2.5% overnight.
Stocks set for opening bounce
Jan 30 2014, 07:16 ET