(Updates prices, adds Heinz earnings) By Megan Davies NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures rose on Thursday as investors awaited government data expected to show the U.S. economy grew faster than originally thought in the first quarter of the year. High oil prices could limit stocks' gains as concerns remain about crimped corporate profits and weaker consumer spending. Oil prices held above $51 a barrel, with U.S. crude up 17 cents to $51.15 after a jump of 2.6 percent on ...
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