U.S. stock index futures pointed to a relatively flat open on Friday, as investors continued to wade through another selection of corporate earnings.
Looking to commodities, oil prices fell 1 percent after a Reuters report said OPEC supply was set to increase for July.
At 8:02 a.m. ET on Friday, U.S. crude was trading around $46.52, while Brent hovered around $48.92.
Politics continues to rumble on in the background, with investors keeping an eye on news coming out of Washington D.C., in relation to the state of U.S. health care and the Russia-linked scandal.
Overseas, Europe was fluctuating between gains and losses during the morning session, while Asia-Pacific markets finished trade mostly lower. In the previous session, U.S. stocks finished narrowly mixed near record levels, as earnings dominated sentiment.
No major data is set to come out on Friday.