The U.S. stock index futures were a little higher Friday morning.
Around 06:06 ET, Dow futures indicated a positive opening of more than 70 points. Futures at S&P and Nasdaq were also higher.
Thursday, Wall Street ended on a lower note as traders handled the development on the trade front and with a warning complaint against President Donald Trump.
On trade between the US and China ahead, the two delegations are set to resume talks on October 10 in Washington DC, CNBC reported citing three sources. The two countries have entered a tiff-for-tat customs war since 201
Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, said that the White House was trying to "cover up" the president's conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart. The call has triggered an inquiry request among delegates at the House, but this process must be approved by the Senate, where the Republican Party is in the majority.
On the data front, durable goods, personal income and consumer numbers out at 08:30 ET.
There are no major business revenues scheduled for Friday.