U.S. stock futures rose across the board Wednesday evening amid the unprecedented storm on Capitol Hill by pro-Trump protestors.

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U.S. STOCK FUTURES RISE AMID CAPITOL HILL CHAOS

A 6 p.m. ET curfew in Washington is now in effect after protestors clashed with police over the certification of the Electoral College votes. The National Guard is establishing a presence on the premise.

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CEOs including JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon and the Business Roundtable, a consortium of Fortune 500 CEOs chaired by Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, condemned the violence.

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Gains in the extended session followed what was a positive session for the broader markets with the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting a fresh record, while the S&P inched ahead with gains despite the Democratic sweep in Georgia.

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However, the tech-heavy Nasdaq fell in choppy trading on investor concerns a Democratic Congress will ramp up scrutiny of big tech. These stocks were rebounding in the extended session.

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