U.S. stock-market futures rose Sunday night as Treasury yields continued to pull back from highs last week.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures

were up more than 200 points, or 0.7%, while S&P 500 futures

and Nasdaq-100 futures

gained nearly 1%. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury note yield

dipped to 1.386%. Bond prices move inversely to yields.

The 10-year note yield rattled stock-market investors Thursday when it shot above 1.50%, then slipped to 1.459% on Friday.

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For the week, the Dow

lost 1.8%, the S&P 500

fell 2.5%, and the Nasdaq Composite

slid 4.9%. That marked the Nasdaq’s biggest slide since the week ended Oct. 30, according to FactSet data. February was still a winning month for equites though, with the Dow up 3.2%, the S&P 500 rising 2.6%, and the Nasdaq inching up 0.9%.

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