NEW YORK -- U.S. stock futures are up slightly as investors await a run of economic reports and after Spain's prime minister indicated his cash-strapped country would not request a bailout imminently.
Dow futures are up 2 points to 13,413. The broader S&P 500 futures are up less than a point to 1,441. Nasdaq futures are up 3 points at 2,799.
A series of economic indicators this week will culminate with Friday's September jobs report.
Ahead of those figures, investors will on Wednesday have the monthly private payrolls report from ADP as well as a services sector survey from the Institute for Supply Management.
The open will likely depend on the ADP figures, which will be released 75 minutes before the opening bell.
European markets mostly saw subdued gains. Asian markets closed mixed.