European Stock Futures Rise as S&P 500 Contracts Fall With Oil

September 13, 2016 6:25 AM

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European stock index futures rose, while U.S. contracts fell with oil as investors assessed the outlook for Federal Reserve policy and China’s economy following a turbulent couple of days in financial markets.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index held near a one-month low, after sliding more than 3 percent over the last two trading sessions. Hong Kong shares pared gains and Shanghai equities declined after a slew of Chinese data failed to convince investors that the world’s second-biggest economy is improving. Oil...

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