Futures monitoring the Nasdaq 100 index increased on Friday as a two-day selloff in technology-oriented stocks paused, while concerns over increasing coronavirus cases and an uneven economic recovery leaned on S&P 500 and Dow futures.

Wall Street’s three major indexes jumped earlier this week as investors bet on an insecure financial policy by the Federal Reserve, but revenue gave out in the absence of firm details on the central bank’s stimulus plan. 

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq have also come under pressure from investors pulling out of high-flying tech-oriented stocks and into industrial and transportation companies.