Stock futures ticked up on Friday after markets rallied on the back of the latest IPO debut. Futures connected to the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 94 points, or 0.27%. S&P 500 futures were up by 0.12 and Nasdaq 100 futures were off 0.1%. Adobe fell 1.6% in extended trading even after posting better-than-expected quarterly results. Lennar edged down 0.6% despite a top-and-bottom line beat. The newly debuted Arm Holdings traded near flat in premarket trading. Elsewhere, a United Auto Workers strike shut down three key plants impacting operations for GM in Wentzville, Missouri; Ford’s Ranger midsize pickup and Bronco SUV plant in Wayne, Michigan, and Stellantis’ Jepp operation in Toledo, Ohio. Ford shares fell 1.7% in premarket trading, GM was off 1.5% while Stellantis rose 0.7%. Stocks are coming off a winning session as Wall Street applauded a possible end to an extended technology IPO drought and assessed a fresh batch of economic data. The Dow jumped 331.58 points, or 0.96%, rising for the first time in three sessions and notching its best daily performance in over a month. The S&P 500 added 0.84%, while the Nasdaq Composite climbed 0.81%.   Arm soared nearly 25% during its market debut Thursday. The stock opened above its $51 per share IPO price and closed at $63.59, then climbed another 6.3% in premarket trading Friday. In economic news, the headline producer price index rose 0.7% in August, coming in above economists’ expectations for 0.4%. However, the core PPI increased by 0.2%, in line with estimates. “Core inflation still seems to be trending in the right direction,” said Mona Mahajan, a senior investment strategist at Edward Jones. “I think that’s a positive given the Fed does tend to look at core inflation, and historically has looked at core inflation more rigorously. I also think of course today, specifically the Arm IPO and the successful IPO, really kind of lifted animal spirits a bit.” All major S&P 500 sectors finished positive, led to the upside by real estate. Health care was the worst performer, eking out a 0.25% gain. U.S. crude oil prices jumped nearly 2% and rose above $90 a barrel for the first time since November. Stocks are headed for a winning week, with the Dow on pace for a nearly 1% gain and its second positive week in three. The  S&P and Nasdaq have jumped about 1.1% and 1.2%, respectively, putting them on track for their third positive weeks in four. Investors are looking ahead to another packed day for economic data. This includes a preliminary September consumer sentiment reading, as well as import and export prices for August. Industrial and manufacturing production data for August are also due. U.S. Treasury yields climbed on Friday as markets absorbed the latest economic data and investors considered what it may mean for interest rates. At 6:30 a.m. ET, the 10-year Treasury yield was trading 3.6 basis points higher at 4.326%. The 2-year Treasury yield was last up by over two basis points to 5.043%. Asia-Pacific markets largely climbed, bolstered by a slew of China’s economic data for August that were better than market expectations. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index rebounded to rise 1% in its final hour, but mainland markets fell, as the CSI 300 lost 0.66% and closed at 3,708.78, dragged lower by utility stocks. Japan’s Nikkei 225 climbed 1.1% to close at 33,533.09, its highest level in over two months. Should the Nikkei breach the July 3 level of 33,753.33, it will set a new 33-year high for the index. The Topix continued to push fresh 33-year highs, gaining 0.95% and ending at 2,428. Most notably, shares of investment holding company Softbank surged over 3% after Arm, the chip design firm it controls, advanced almost 25% on its Nasdaq debut. In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 rose 1.29% to end at 7,279, marking its highest gain since July 13. South Korea’s Kospi advanced 1.1% to close at 2,601.28, its highest since August 10, while the Kosdaq was near the flatline at 899.03. Oil was on track for a third weekly gain as supply tightness spearheaded by Saudi Arabian production cuts combines with optimism that the Chinese economy is finally turning a corner. Oil prices were little changed. Brent crude futures were up 37 cents at $94.07 a barrel while WTI was up 42 cents at $90.58. Both benchmarks were up about 4% on the week. Gold recovered from three-week lows on Friday aided by the dollar’s retreat after better-than-expected Chinese data and a stronger euro, while traders focussed on the Federal Reserve’s guidance on interest rates next week. Spot gold was up 0.4% to $1,917.49 per ounce by 1031 GMT, after hitting its lowest since Aug.23 in the previous session. U.S. gold futures gained 0.3% to $1,939.