US STOCKS-Wall St set for flat open after data
* Initial claims climb in latest week
* CPI posts biggest drop since 2008
* Durable goods orders top expectations
* Salesforce.com climbs after results, outlook
* Futures: Dow off 12 pts, S&P 0.25 pt, Nasdaq up 6 pts (Adds quote, data)
By Chuck Mikolajczak
NEW YORK, Feb 26 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were poised for a flat open on Thursday in the wake of a mixed bag of economic data, after the Dow edged up to a new record a day earlier and the Nasdaq snapped a 10-session winning streak.
Weekly jobless claims rose to 313,000 last week, above the 290,000 forecast and 283,000 in the previous week. Durable goods orders rose 2.8 percent in January, topping the 1.7 percent estimate.
U.S. consumer prices in January fell 0.7 percent, their biggest drop since 2008, as gasoline prices tumbled. The data could provide ammunition to a cautious Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low a bit longer. Continuación...