U.S. stock futures rose on Friday, with sentiment buoyed by signs of growth in China's economy and American investors looking ahead to the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. The optimism was driven by a better-than-expected industrial output report from China, which indicated that the country's manufacturing sector was recovering. This positive news from China provided a boost to global markets and helped to lift U.S. stock futures.
Sunday witnessed minor fluctuations in U.S. stock futures, with investors keeping a close eye on the impending Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. The market remained cautious as investors awaited the outcome of the meeting, which could provide clues about the future direction of interest rates. The uncertainty led to slight fluctuations in stock futures, as investors weighed the potential impact of the Federal Reserve's decisions on the markets.