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Three amazing tech events you should consider attending


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U.S. futures point to a bounce after slipping for a second straight session on Wednesday, dragged down by weaker energy and financial stocks (on lower oil and rising interest cut expectations), but look to steady ahead of jobless claims and import data later this morning. Oil prices surged today after reports of an attack on two tankers near Iran, boosting the region’s oil stocks. Some investors also took weak U.S. inflation data released yesterday as a positive sign, as it might boost the chances of a Fed rate cut in July. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -97 points to settle at 21,032, the Shanghai Index was little changed holding at 2,910, and the Hang Seng Index dipped -13 points to 27,294. In Europe, the German DAX is up around 60 points at 12,175, while the FTSE 100 is up about 15 points to 7,385. U.S. stocks ended lower on Wednesday, with bank stocks declining as prospects of a U.S. interest rate cut rose following softer inflation data (CPI) and as energy shares tumbled along with oil prices, as WTI crude sunk to the lowest levels since mid-January on bearish inventory data. In a positive sign for “risk-on” appetite from investors, software IPO CrowdStrike (CRWD) stock jumped nearly 100% in its stock trading debut on Wednesday, adding to recent IPO strength from the likes of Zoom Media (ZM), and Beyond Meat (BYND).

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