U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open on Wall Street on Friday, as declines in oil prices weighed, amid the last of the week's financial earnings.
The stock spiked more than 2.5 percent in pre-market trade. A teleconference is scheduled for 11 a.m. ET.
S&P-listed financial stocks have gained this week. Shares of Bank of America and Blackrock closed higher on Thursday, despite both posting profit declines. Wells Fargo, also reported a fall in quarterly profit on Thursday, and its shares closed down around 0.5 percent on the day.
The main international focus is the meeting of oil-producing nations in Qatar on Sunday. The talks are aimed at freezing oil production levels in a bid to support crude prices, but the prospects for a deal are uncertain.
The U.S. dollar index was mildly lower, with the euro near $1.129 and the yen at 108.86 yen against the greenback.
Treasury yields edged lower, with the 2-year yield around 0.75 percent and the 10-year yield around 1.77 percent as of 8:07 a.m. ET.
Global stocks were lower, with major European indexes trading about half a percent lower. The Nikkei 225 ended 0.37 percent lower and the Shanghai composite closed 0.14 percent lower.
Overnight, official data showed China's gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 6.7 percent in the first quarter, a touch below the fourth-quarter's 6.8 percent rate.
Other data topped expectations. Retail sales edged up to 10.5 percent in March, while fixed-asset investment growth rose to 10.7 percent year-on-year in the first quarter, Reuters said. Industrial output growth jumped to 6.8 percent from 5.4 percent.
Total social financing rose to 2.34 trillion yuan ($360.78 billion) in March from 780.2 billion yuan in February, Reuters said.