Stock futures turn lower

|By:, SA News Editor

The stock market looks headed for a lower open, after futures slipped into the red while the ECB's Draghi delivered his remarks and the central bank made no changes to its policy stance; Dow -0.4%, S&P and Nasdaq -0.3%.

European markets are lower, and Asian markets also are lower, with Japan's Nikkei -2.6%, on regional worries, including pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and China's slowing economy.

Corporate news is slow: Cree -12.7% premarket after cutting guidance, and Constellation Brands -2.5% after missing earnings and revenue estimates.

Treasurys are slightly lower, with the benchmark 10-year yield up 1 bp at 2.40%.

Still ahead: factory orders, EIA natural gas inventory.

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