U.S. stock futures were little changed, with the Nasdaq and Dow rising slightly but the S&P futures little changed.
After this year's strong gains, the next big catalyst for investors is likely to be the Federal Reserve meeting later this month, when it will decide whether to continue pumping money into the economy at its current rate of $85 billion a month.
Gun maker Smith & Wesson ( is scheduled to release quarterly results after the closing bell. )
U.S. stocks finished slightly higher Monday.
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