(Bloomberg) — U.S. and European futures retreated along with stocks in Asia, indicating the risk-off move that’s hit markets at the start of this month may have further to run. The dollar climbed.
S&P 500 futures declined as much as 1.8% at one point after global stocks posted a more than 2% slide on Friday. European futures sunk more than 3%. Shares in Hong Kong saw the bulk of losses, with those in Seoul and Singapore also dropping. The Sydney market edged up after tumbling the previous session. China’s yuan maintained Friday’s slide amid concern tensions with the U.S. are