FOX Enterprise’ Edward Lawrence says the Federal Reserve will droop stock buybacks for banks and cap the dividends banks can provide within the third quarter to the second quarter.U.S. fairness futures are pointing to a blended market open to finish the week.Dow futures counsel a lack of 0.2 p.c when Friday’s Wall Street session begins.GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREWall Street closed increased after the Federal Reserve and different regulators introduced they’ll ease guidelines that restrict banks’ potential to put money into hedge funds and another areas.The change might assist to shore up slim bank income after central banks reduce rates of interest to virtually zero in response to the coronavirus pandemic.The benchmark S&P 500 index rose 1.1 p.c, the Dow Jones Industrial Common rose 1.2 p.c and the Nasdaq, which hit an all-time excessive earlier this week, gained 1.1 p.c.TickerSecurityLastChangeChange %I:DJIDOW JONES AVERAGES25158.45-587.15-2.28%SP500S&P 5003022.49-61.27-1.99%I:COMPNASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX9822.084036-194.92-1.95%Asian stock markets adopted Wall Street increased on Friday.The Nikkei in Tokyo rose 1.1 p.c, Hong Kong’s Grasp Seng misplaced 0.9 p.c Markets in China had been closed for a vacation.In Europe, London’s FTSE rose 1.5 p.c, Germany’s DAX added 1.1 p.c and France’s CAC gained 1.6 p.c.The U.S. economic system shrank by 5 p.c within the first quarter of the yr, the Commerce Division reported Thursday. Forecasters count on a worse decline in the course of the quarter that ends subsequent week.Traders in america have been inspired by official strikes to raise anti-virus measures and permit companies to reopen. However some states have reimposed curbs after a resurgence in new infections.Hospitalizations and circumstances have hit new highs in California, Florida and Texas, which is suspending its aggressive reopening.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESSIn vitality markets, benchmark U.S. crude rose 33 cents to $39.07 per barrel. It closed Thursday at $38.72 a barrel. Brent crude, the price customary for worldwide oils, added 42 cents to $41.47 per barrel in London. It closed at $41.05 the earlier session.The Related Press contributed to this story.