NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stock futures fell on Thursday, adding to a more than 1 percent drop in U.S. equities a day earlier, after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke outlined the start of a wind-down of stimuli that has been instrumental to the market's rally. * Bernanke said Wednesday the U.S. economy was expanding strongly enough for the Federal Reserve to begin slowing the pace of its bond-buying stimulus later this year. * His comments triggered selloffs in markets that have been supported by the Fed's $ 85 billion monthly asset purchases, including Treasuries and U.S. equities. The U.S. …
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