Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures creep up ahead of jobs report; banks rise on Dodd-Frank talk

U.S. stock futures pushed modestly higher on Friday, with investors reluctant to make major moves ahead of the important nonfarm payrolls report.

Bank shares were rising in premarket action after reports that U.S. President Donald Trump may scale back laws enacted in the wake of the financial crisis. Banks across Europe and the U.K. were leading those markets higher.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YMH7, +0.20% rose 40 points to 19,861, while S&P 500 index futures ESH7, +0.15% moved up 3.85 points to 2,279.25. Nasdaq-100 futures NQH7, +0.08% added 4.5 points to 5,135.50.

The Dow industrials DJIA, -0.03% , which is down about 1% for the week so far, closed marginally lower on Thursday, as spats between U.S.

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