U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday, a day after the Dow and the S&P 500 rallied to fresh closing and intraday highs, pressured by some disappointing earnings reports.
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Some of the overall weakness was offset by General Electric earnings, which came in a penny better than estimates. Shares gained in pre-market trading.
Honeywell edged higher after the diversified manufacturer posted better-than-expected earnings and lifted the low end of its 2013 outlook. And Schlumberger rallied after the oilfield services company topped earnings expectations as drilling activity outside North America touched a 30-year high.
Barry Knapp, head of equity portfolio strategy at Barclays noted that domestically orientated U.S. stocks have outperformed this quarter.
"This quarter, domestic revenues are starting to go up, which makes perfect sense given those stocks have been telling you that for six months. Companies with foreign-derived revenues remain under pressure," he said.