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Futures point to a mixed open on Wall Street, as CVS, Etsy earnings take center stage

U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Monday, as investors pivoted their attention to the latest set of earnings set to be published.

Dow Jones industrial average futures rose 17 points; S&P 500 futures slipped 0.75 points and Nasdaq 100 futures rose 2 points.

The first day of the trading week will see a slew of companies report earnings. Before the bell, CVS Health, Michael Kors and SoftBank are some of the companies that reported quarterly results.

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Priceline, Avis Budget, TripAdvisor, AMC Entertainment, Etsy, GoDaddy, TrueCar and Weight Watchers are expected to publish corporate earnings after the bell.

On the political front, U.S. President Donald Trump will be continuing his trip in Asia this week.

On Monday, Trump said that the States stood by Japan, when it comes to dealing with North Korean "menace", Reuters reported, with Trump adding that both Japan and the U.S. should work together to fix issues with trade.

The trip is expected to call attention to the president and the U.S.' commitment to longstanding alliances and partnerships within Asia.

Looking to the U.S. Federal Reserve, New York Fed President William Dudley is expected to be at an Economic Club of New York's luncheon on Monday.

Investors will be paying close attention to the speech, to see if Dudley comments on the state of the U.S. economy, following the latest nonfarms data that revealed that the U.S. added 261,000 jobs in October.

Overseas, European stocks were trading under pressure during early trade, while markets in Asia closed on a relatively mixed note. In the previous session, U.S. stocks closed in the black.

No major data is set to be released Monday.