U.S. stock futures swung between small gains and losses on Friday as investors took to the sidelines ahead of important jobs and wage-growth data, which triggered a rout for equities when they were released last month.
Among other highlights, investors will also hear from Chicago Federal Reserve Chairman Charles Evans.
The market appeared to take late-Thursday’s news that U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in stride.
Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were flat at 24,921, while S&P 500 futures were down 1.30 points to 2,743. Nasdaq-100 futures eased 2.5 points to 6,998.50.