Before the bell: S&P futures -0.2%, Nasdaq futures +0.1%
The futures fell as a surge in Italian borrowing costs at an auction deepened concern Europe will struggle to contain its debt crisis.
Italy sold 3 billion euros ($4 billion) of five-year bonds, the maximum target, at the highest yield in more than 14 years as Mario Monti seeks to form a new government to restore investor confidence in public finances.
World markets: Nikkei +1.05%, Hang Seng +1.94%, Shanghai Composite +1.92%, FTSE -0.17%, CAC -0.77%, DAX -0.42%.
Crude oil: $98.33 (-0,7%).
Gold: $1784,60 (-0,2%).
Goldman Sachs adds Caterpillar (CAT) to its conviction buy list. GS raises the stock's 12-month price target to $118/share from $111. Shares of CAT +1.1% at $97.21 premarket. Boeing wins record $18B record order from Emirates. Emirates airline has ordered 50 Boeing (BA) 777 jets at the Dubai Air Show for $18B and taken an option for another 20, with the whole deal worth up to $26B. The booking is the biggest in the history of Boeing, which forecasts Middle East demand of 2,520 jets worth $450B over the next 20 years. Shares of BA +2.73% premarket to $68.75.