US stock futures drop amid Ukraine invasion tensions, despite late rally on Wall Street

US stock index futures fell in choppy trading Thursday night, after a late rally that closed shares higher during the normal trading session despite the market jitter caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YM00,
It fell about 130 points in the midnight east, while the S&P 500 futures ES00,
and Nasdaq-100 futures NQ00,
He also refused.

For more: MarketWatch’s full coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Crude oil prices continued to rise After rising above $100 a barrel Intraday trading for the first time since 2014. WTI for April delivery CLV22,
+ 1.39%
It was last at around $95 a barrel, while Brent crude for April was BRNJ22,
+ 2.10%And the
The global benchmark was at $101 a barrel.

GC00 gold prices,
It fell, last trading at around $1,913 an ounce, while cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, BTCUSD,
+ 0.69%
and ethereum ETHUSD,
It was fairly stable.

Earlier today, Dow DJIA,
+ 0.28%
A five-session losing streak was cut short, to close up 92.07 points, or 0.3%, at 33,223.83, after declining as much as 2.6% in morning trading. S&P 500 SPX Index,
+ 1.50%
It rose 63.2 points or 1.5% to end at 4,288.70 but in correction territory, while the Nasdaq Composite Index,
+ 3.34%
It rose 436.1 points, or 3.3%, to close at 13,473.59, but bounced back from the session low of 12,587.88.

Read: The Nasdaq Composite turns a 3.5% loss into a 3.3% gain as the stock market undergoes an epic transformation after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Here are 3 reasons for the bounce.

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