Stock futures struggled for direction Tuesday morning after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq narrowly eked out record highs a day earlier.
Stocks traded sideways on Monday in a muted start to the week, as traders awaited a key monetary policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil traded above $71 a barrel as some of the most prominent voices in the market said they expect prices to continue to rise.West Texas Intermediate was 1% higher, earlier touching its highest level intraday since 2018. Despite a bumper rally this year, traders Glencore Plc and Vitol Group still see at least some further gains in oil. Those views came at the FT Commodities Global summit, where opinions aired included:Global demand should return to normal in the third quarter of ne