Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

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Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Welcome to the Year of the Monkey. Stock markets were closed Monday in Shanghai and Hong Kong for Lunar New Year.

U.S. stock futures are falling more than 1% on Super Bowl hangover day. Crude futures have fallen more than 2% to around $30, and European markets have turned decidedly negative, down more than 2%.

"Softening economic data and disappointing earnings reports is contributing to a negative feedback loop, " said Michael Hewson, Chief Market Analyst at CMC Markets.

Here are the four things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York:

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1. Stock market movers -- Sharp, Arm, Randgold, Credit Suisse, Chipotle: Sharp (SHCAY)shares had a quiet trading day in Tokyo Monday, despite huge jumps last week on an expected bid by Foxconn, the manufacturer of the iPhone. Sharp is up 51% in 2016.

Chip designer Arm (ARMH) is the biggest faller in London ahead of results out Thursday. Arm's fortunes seems tied to Apple as it designs chips for the iPhone.

Randgold (GOLD) is up nearly 3% in London on the back of the gold miner reporting "one of the best years in the company's history," despite the dire market for commodities. Credit Suisse (CCRSX) shares are down more than 2%. Its new CEO Tidjane Thiam has asked the board to slash his bonus after terrible results released last week. Chipotle (CMG) is closing every store for four hours today for a food safety meeting following an E. coli outbreak that now appears to be over.

2. Earnings: Hasbro (HAS) is among the companies posting earnings updates ahead of the market open. Its shares have suffered in recent months while rival Mattel (MAT) enjoyed a Barbie-fueled Christmas rally. Rumors of the two merging have been in the market for weeks.

Companies including 21st Century Fox (FOXA), Yelp (YELP) and Leapfrog (LF) will report after the closing bell.

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3. International markets overview: European markets are down more than 2% in early trading, while the few Asian markets trading today shrugged off North Korea's rocket launch on Sunday. The Nikkei ended 1% higher on the back of a weakening yen. Investors will also have to wait to respond to news that Chinese foreign exchange reserves dropped $99.5 billion in January to $3.23 trillion, the lowest level since 2012.

4. Friday market recap: The Dow Jones industrial average shed 1.3%, while the S&P 500 dropped 1.9% and the Nasdaq was down by 3.3%.

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