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Contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes slipped Thursday evening as Wall Street appeared headed to close out the record-setting week on a muted note.
Dow futures lost 34 points while S&P 500 futures ticked just below the flatline. Nasdaq-100 futures fell 11.75 points, or about 0.1%.
The after-hours moves came after a strong showing from the Nasdaq Composite earlier in the day during the regular session.
The index rose to another record as investors set bets for strong tech earnings next week. The tech-heavy benchmark climbed 0.6% to close at a new high in large part thanks to a 3.7% pop in Apple shares.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500…