Scott Martin, chief executive of Kingsview Asset Management, and Geltrude & Company founder Dan Geltrude, as US stock markets fell back into negative territory after a speech by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on inflation.
US equity futures are trading lower ahead of the February jobs report as bond yields remain high.
Major futures indices suggest a drop of 0.4% when the final trading session of the week begins on Wall Street.
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The U.S. payroll is expected to show a significant increase in non-farm hiring in February compared to the previous month.
Declining COVID-19 cases and consumer spending boosted by government aid controls have contributed to a stubborn recovery.
Economists forecast job growth to hit the last 182,000 …
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