U.S. stock futures are fairly flattish and apparently not overly excited by China's Q4 GDP...
U.S. stock futures are fairly flattish and apparently not overly excited by China's Q4 GDP beating expectations. German shares, meanwhile, have turned red after being higher earlier. The Chinese data "has the potential to keep the general sentiment upbeat, although the threat of overzealous policy tightening remains a risk," says market strategist Fawad Razaqzada. Dow +0.1%. S&P +0.1%. Nasdaq -0.1%. Crude -0.15% to $95.35. Gold flat at $1690.70.
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