Before the market opened, S&P futures were at the level of 2,864.25 (-0.04%), NASDAQ futures decreased by 0.13% to the level of 7,552.75. The external background is negative. Major Asian stock indexes ended the session in different directions. Major European stock indices are currently declining. Index / raw materials Current value Change, points Change in% Nikkei20,479.42 + 23.34 + 0.11% Hang Seng25,615.48-48.59-0.19% Shanghai2,893.76 -8.44-0.29% S & P / ASX6,500.60 +29.40+ 0.45% FTSE7,081.66 -7.92-0.11% CAC5,343.02 -44.07-0.82% DAX11,623.18 -106.84-0.91% October Oil Futures Nymex WTI $ 56.03 + 1.98% Gold $ 1,551.60-0.01% Premarket major US stock indices show negligible decline, as investors remain cautious about lowering government bond yields and uncertainty in US-China trade relations. waiting for the yield of 10-year and two-year US government bonds fell to -6 basis points on Wednesday, the lowest level since 2007. Yield of 30-year US Treasury bonds fell to a record low of 1.906% and was 6 basis points lower than a day earlier. Against this background, shares of Bank of America (BAC) and Citigroup (C) at the premarket fell by more than 0.7%, while the shares. J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) declined 1.1%. No important statistics that could influence the mood of market participants were published before opening. Among corporate messages, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) quarterly reports are worth noting. The company said its Q1 earnings were $ 0.45 per share, which was higher than analysts’ average forecast of $ 0.40. However, its quarterly revenue was below Wall Street’s forecast. The company also raised its earnings forecast for the full year. HPE shares on the premarket went up 3.6%.