U.S. Stock Futures Trade Mixed As S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 Finishes To Flatline

U.S. Stock Futures Trade Mixed As S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 Finishes To Flatline

U.S. stock futures trade mixed as S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 finishes to flatline.  On early Thursday, stock futures were mixed after the S&P 500 traded flat in its first trading session of the month.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures closed to 40 points down.

Shares of ChargePoint, an American electric vehicle infrastructure company, rose more than 13% in extended trading following It's a stellar quarterly earnings report. Pet retailer Chewy fell 10% and the youth-focused retailer Five Below tumbled 9% after both reported quarterly results.

In the regular trading session, the Dow finished down at 48.20 points, or 0.1%, to 35,312.53. The S&P 500 is close to the flatline, adding just 1.41 points, or 0.03% to 4,524.09. The Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.3% to 15,309.38, hitting a record close.

“The relentless march higher on low volatility in the U.S. equities continue and with breadth, volume positioning, and sentiment measures all positive in our view we look for the rally to extend further into new highs yet,” Credit Suisse said in a note Wednesday.

Energy stocks declined in the day as oil and gas prices continue to increase.

On Wednesday, the Russell 2000 index rose 0.6% after adding a 2.1% in August.

Wednesday’s ADP private payrolls data showed that the U.S. companies created fewer jobs in August than expected.

Investors eyes on the weekly initial jobless claims report Thursday as well as the expected nonfarm payrolls report from the Labor Department on Friday.

Meanwhile, chipmaker Broadcom could report quarterly results after the bell Thursday.