U.S. stock futures showed little change Friday, as investors waited for a speech from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and a report on consumer prices ahead of a long holiday weekend, which could make for a quiet day of trade.
... * Stocks on track to close week near record highs. * Yellen, Draghi in focus. * Euro zone bond yields dip, U.S. inflation data awaited (Updates prices, adds fresh quote).
Gas prices have been steadily climbing, but with the summer driving season starting with the Memorial Day weekend, drivers could soon begin to see some relief at the pump.
Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande told Greece there's no alternative to dealing with creditors as it seeks to unlock bailout funds, after another round of negotiations failed to break the impasse over aid.
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