Reuters U.S. stock futures rise after jobs data Friday June 3, 8:45 am ET NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures turned positive on Friday after key payrolls data for May came in below expectations, easing concerns about aggressive interest-rate hikes ahead. U.S. employers added just 78,000 nonfarm jobs in May, against the 185,000 forecast in a Reuters poll. That compared with a 274,000 surge in April. S&P 500 futures (SPM5) were 1 point higher, trading above fair value, Dow Jones industrial average futures (DJM5) were 6 points higher, while Nasdaq 100 (NDM5) were up 1.5 points higher. Futures initially extended losses, but then rebounded. Just before the data was released, S&P futures were down 1 point, Dow futures were down 6 points and Nasdaq futures were down 0.5 point.