U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday, as investors digest data releases including gross domestic product (GDP).
Our live blog is tracking market reaction after US second quarter GDP hits 2.6 percent but the first quarter is revised down.
U.S. stock index futures to a lower open on Friday, as the earnings overload and the GDP data release continues to keep investors busy.
Wall Street experts have increasingly high expectations for the report.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says the biggest event on the calendar is gross domestic product data for Q2.
Economic growth is expected to be double the first quarter's pace when second-quarter GDP data is released Friday morning.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday as investors geared up for a rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve and continued to digest earnings reports.
Markets in Europe were marginally higher on Wednesday as investors waited to hear from the U.S. Federal Reserve and continued to digest earnings reports.
Luke Tilley of Wilmington Trust weighs in on his expectations for second-quarter U.S. GDP figures due Friday and potential downside risks.
Michael Kelly of Pinebridge Investments talks about the acceleration in U.S. earnings given the uptick in global GDP and weaker dollar.