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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher on Friday as investors digested another slew of corporate earnings and the all-important U.S. GDP figures.
Earnings season has dominated the limelight this week on Wall Street, with some of the biggest U.S. companies reporting.
While earnings have dominated market sentiment this week, investors are now expected to shift their focus to the Federal Reserve. As questions surface over when the central bank will raise interest rates, investors will be paying close attention for remarks out of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, set to take place next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ahead of that meeting, data results are expected to be of key importance, with investors digesting the initial reading of U.S.' third-quarter GDP data, which came in better than expected at a 2.9 percent rate, According to a Reuters' survey of economists, the consensus forecast for GDP is expected to have increased at a 2.5 percent annual rate.
The latest consumer sentiment figures are due out at 10 a.m. ET.
Meanwhile in oil, prices came under pressure on Friday and were on track for a weekly loss, as doubts over whether OPEC members will agree to cut production weighed on the market, according to Reuters.