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U.S. stock-index futures ticked higher on Monday, as European stocks rallied on the back of a gain in oil prices.
U.S. light crude futures rose by more than 1 percent to $43.67 per barrel early on Wednesday, boosted by media reports suggesting that major oil-producing countries could be close to a deal to stabilize crude output. Strong oil prices may support energy stocks on Wednesday.
The first day of the week will be a quiet one for both U.S. economic data and earnings. The NAHB housing market index is due, along with results from Ascena Retail Group.
Later in the week, all eyes with be on the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy announcement on Wednesday at the end of its two-day September meeting. Market consensus is for the Fed to hold its base rate at 0.25-0.50 percent.
Like the Fed, the Bank of Japan will start its two-day policy meeting on Tuesday, with an announcement the day after.
The U.S. dollar fell against a basket of currencies on Wednesday, but held most of last week's gains, with traders positioning ahead of the Fed's meeting.
New York City remained on high alert after an explosion in Manhattan injured 29 people in what State Governor Andrew Cuomo described as a "clear act of terrorism." A separate bomb device was later found in Elizabeth, New Jersey, which exploded when examined by a police robot.