S&P Futures Tick Lower Ahead of Fed Meeting, U.S. JOLTs Report in Focus

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June S&P 500 futures (ESM23) are trending down -0.16% this morning after three major U.S. benchmark indices finished the regular session lower as investors weighed First Republic rescue while bracing for central bank meetings, a deluge of quarterly earnings reports, and crucial U.S. economic data. In Monday’s trading session, the financial sector was in focus, with shares of JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM) rising over +2% after the big bank came on top as the winner of a weekend auction for failed regional lender First Republic Bank. JPMorgan acquired about $173 billion of First Republic’s loans, $3…

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