And Sprint Nextel posted a wider-than-expected loss as the telecom company spent heavily on a network upgrade.
Zynga jumped after the social games services provider broke even on bookings of $256 million, both matching expectations. In addition, the firm announced a share repurchase program of $200 million.
Best Buy slumped after the consumer-electronics retailer announced two of its executives will be leaving the company and added that it expects third-quarter earnings "significantly below" year-ago levels.
Apple, Amazon.com, Expedia and Coinstar are expected to report earnings after the closing bell.
In Europe, Santander and Credit Suisse posted third quarter results that missed expectations, although investors welcomed the Swiss bank's cost cutting plans.
European shares were lifted by better-than-expected GDP figures from the U.K. The numbers showed an increase of 1 percent on the previous quarter, the biggest quarterly gain in five years.
At 10 a.m., the National Association of Realtors will issue pending home sales for September, measuring contracts signed but not closed. Analysts surveyed by Reuters expect a 2.1 percent increase compared with a 2.6 percent drop in the previous month.
The government is scheduled to auction $29 billion in 7-year notes with the results available shortly after 1pm ET.
—By CNBC's JeeYeon Park (Follow JeeYeon on Twitter: @JeeYeonParkCNBC)
Coming Up This Week:
THURSDAY: Pending home sales, Kansas City Fed survey; Earnings from Apple, Amazon.com, Coinstar, Expedia
FRIDAY: GDP, consumer sentiment, Windows 8 released; Earnings from Comcast, Merck
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