Futures Add to Thursday's Losses on Worries Surrounding Fed Policy

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After Thursday's feeding frenzy on Wall Street, stock futures continue to trade defensively -- though off their worst levels of the morning -- as nervous investors wait for this morning's deluge of economic data and its impact on Federal Reserve monetary policy. Geo-political events are also a factor in Friday's bearish tone after the very brief cease-fire in Israel was extinguished after a suicide bombing, and the fall-out from the Argentinian default and Portuguese banking crisis still reverberating throughout the global financial markets.




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