Stock futures saw little change on Thursday after a choppy regular trading session with the S&P 500 ended up slightly in the green.
Futures on the S&P 500 were just below the flatline. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures lost 3 points. Nasdaq 100 futures trade on the flatline.
The S&P 500 posted a two-day losing streak in Thursday's regular trading session, while the Dow ended its third straight day in red.
After volatile trading, the S&P 500 closed 0.1% higher. The Nasdaq Composite added 0.1%. Against the trend, the Dow lost 66.57 points.
All three major stock indices are on track to close lower for the week. The S&P 500 and the Dow are both well on their way to seeing their worst weekly performance since June, while the Nasdaq is set to see its worst week since May.
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"Given the poor liquidity during investor summer vacation, expect minor stock market corrections in a market that prices in peak earnings, expanded price / earnings ratios and heightened expectations for economic growth," said Richard Saperstein, chief investment officer at Treasury Partners.
The second quarter earnings season is largely in the rearview mirror, but some companies are still on deck. Deere and Foot Locker will provide quarterly updates on the Friday before market opens.
—Pippa Stevens from CNBC contributed to the coverage.