U.S. futures slid, pointing to declines at the open, after a mixed session in Asia and as Europe remains closed. The dollar was steady while oil jumped to its highest level in almost six months.
In Europe, most markets remained closed for Easter holiday and will resume trading Tuesday with a heavy load of earnings set for this week, including those of Credit Suisse, UBS and Deutsche Bank.
Watch Pinterest after it soared on its debut Thursday, as shares fell as much as 3.7% in pre-market trading.
E-Mini futures on S&P down 0.3%. E-Mini futures on Dow Jones down 0.2%. E-Mini futures on Nasdaq 0.3% lower.
VIX Index trading 9.9% higher. WTI crude futures up 2.4% to $65.51/bbl. Bloomberg spot dollar index little changed.