1. Trump talks trade: President Donald Trump is set to meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday.
The two leaders "will focus on improving transatlantic trade and forging a stronger economic partnership," the White House said.
The United States has already put tariffs on aluminum and steel imports from the European Union, and now Trump is threatening to hike tariffs on cars made in Europe to 20%. EU officials hope the trip will help defuse the tension.
The United States and European Union have the world's largest bilateral trading relationship, worth over $1.1 trillion a year.
2. Facebook earnings: Facebook will report its second quarter results after the bell, providing the clearest glimpse yet into how the Cambridge Analytica data debacle impacted user growth and ad sales.
Facebook has endured grillings from lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic and faces scrutiny from several federal agencies in the United States.
Yet the company continues adding users across its portfolio of apps and remains a top destination for advertisers. Its stock is trading at a record high.
3. Fiat Chrysler reports: The automaker Fiat Chrysler will report results before the opening bell.
It's a chance for investors to ask questions following the sudden resignation of Sergio Marchionne on Saturday. The longtime CEO suffered complications from surgery.
His replacement is the former boss of the automaker's Ram and Jeep brands, Mike Manley.
The abrupt leadership change comes less than two months after Marchionne outlined plans to double the carmaker's profits by 2022, find a way into China and launch dozens of new vehicles including electrics and crossovers.
Fiat Chrysler shares opened nearly 1% lower in Milan.
4. Global market overview: US stock futures were flat.
5. Earnings and economics: Boeing, Boston Scientific, Coca-Cola, General Motors, GrubHub, Hilton, IMAX, NASDAQ, Sirius XM Radio, Six Flags, T. Rowe Price, trivago, Tupperware and UPS will release earnings before the bell.
Dolby Labs, Equifax, Ethan Allen, Ford Motor, Mattel, Mondelez International, O'Reilly Auto, PayPal, Qualcomm, Sleep Number and Visa will follow after the close.
The US Census Bureau will release its new home sales report for June at 10 a.m. ET. A report on US crude inventories will be published at 10:30 a.m. ET.
Deutsche Bank reported pretax profit of -711 million ($831 million) for the second quarter. That's 13% lower than the same quarter last year.
Shares in the bank were flat. CEO Christian Sewing said the bank's restructuring plan was on track after three consecutive years of losses. Deutsche has shed 2,100 jobs since the start of the year.
6. Coming this week:
Wednesday - Earnings from Boeing, Coca-Cola, Equifax, Facebook, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors and Mattel; Trump and Juncker meet in Washington to discuss trade issues
Thursday - Earnings from Amazon, American Airlines, Chipotle, McDonald's and Starbucks
Friday - Exxon Mobil, Merck and Twitter report earnings; 21st Century Fox holds shareholder meeting; US reports Q2 GDP data
- Trump meets EU; Facebook earnings; Fiat Chrysler update
- What's next for Fiat Chrysler?
- Earnings bonanza; Shock at Fiat Chrysler; Ryanair struggles
- Sergio Marchionne, former Fiat Chrysler CEO, dies
- China's economy; Fiat Chrysler settlement; Stocks drop
- Fiat Chrysler recalling 1.8 million heavy duty Ram pickups
- Fiat Chrysler will move Ram production to Michigan from Mexico
- Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8 million vehicles that could get stuck in cruise control
- El legendario Sergio Marchionne dimite como director ejecutivo de Fiat Chrysler
- Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne steps down due to ill health