Asian shares meanwhile extended their losses on Monday as data showing Chinese imports tumbled 17.6 percent in May from a year earlier fueled concerns about a slowdown in China's economy—the world's second largest.
Europe's major stocks all traded in negative territory, with Germany's DAX index down about 0.5 percent.
Elsewhere, the Group of Seven leaders meeting in Germany on Sunday said they would keep sanctions against Russia in place until President Vladimir Putin and Moscow-backed separatists fully implement the terms of a peace deal for Ukraine.
Companies reporting earnings this session include Vail Resorts, H&R Block, Dave & Buster's, Pep Boys.
Deutsche Bank leaped more than 5.5 percent in pre-market trade following the appointment of John Cryan as co-CEO, effective July 1. Cryan replaces long-time executive Anshu Jain. Co-CEO Juergen Fitschen will remain in his position until next May, after which Cryan will become sole CEO.
Apple gained in pre-market trade as the iPhone maker kicks off its highly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference, at which analysts expect details on its music streaming service and new operating systems.
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McDonald's advanced in pre-market trade after the fast food retailer reported a less-than-expected decline in global same-store salesas a 2.3 percent gain in European sales off set a 2.2 fall in the United States. Last month, the fast food retailer said it would stop reporting same-store sales beginning July.