NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. stock futures are sliding again after the market posted its worst losses in a month on renewed worries about the European debt crisis.
The Dow Jones industrial average futures are down 43 points to 12,962. The Standard & Poor's 500 index futures are off 4.9 points to 1,388.3. The Nasdaq composite futures are down 4.75 points at 2,731.75.
Spain on Thursday saw yields for its 10-year bonds rise to 5.75 percent, signaling unease about the prospects of yet another bailout for a European Union country. On the same day, France is seeing its borrowing rates tick upward in the latest long-term bond actions. Italy's yields are also spiking.
U.S. retailers are reporting same-store sales numbers on Thursday.