U.S. stock futures fell late Sunday, following Wall Street’s worst week since October.
After initially dropping more than 300 points, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures YM00, -0.39% were last down around 100 points, or 0.3%, while S&P 500 futures ES00, -0.57% and Nasdaq-100 futures NQ00, -0.71% both fell more than 0.5%.
Stocks tumbled Friday, with the three major indexes posting their worst week, and overall month, since October, as volatile trading in a number of heavily shorted companies such as GameStop GME, +67.87% and AMC Entertainment AMC, +53.65% sparked worries of a bubble.
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“The Frenzy will soon come to an end,” Stephen Innes, chief global markets strategist at Axi wrote in a note Sunday. “But I don’t think we have spawned a new generating of super traders; ’cause we all know this is eventually going to end in tears for the greedy.”
“I caution here that it is imperative to stay nimble as risk markets could spin like a top this week,” he added.
Last week, the Dow DJIA, -2.03% closed 3.2% lower, the S&P 500 SPX, -1.93% fell 3.3% and the Nasdaq Composite COMP, -2.00% was off 3.5%. On a monthly basis, the Dow lost 2%, the S&P 500 shed 1.1% and the Nasdaq Composite gained 1.7%.