U.S. stock futures hit 5-month high


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    TOKYO, July 13 (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures rose to a
five-month high on Friday, extending their recent rally on
expectations of solid earnings growth among U.S. firms despite
threats from trade wars.
     S&P500 e-mini futures  ESc1 , the world's most liquid
equity index futures, rose 0.15 percent in early Asian trade to
hit their highest level since Feb. 2.

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