Here are 10 things you should know for Thursday, Nov. 5:

1. -- U.S. stock futures were rising Thursday a day after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said an interest rate hike in December was a "live possibility."

European stocks were mixed, with London markets ending a three-day rally as oil and commodity stocks slid. Asian shares ended Thursday's session mixed.

2. -- The economic calendar in the U.S. on Thursday includes weekly initial jobless claims at 8:30 a.m. EST, and third-quarter (preliminary) productivity at 8:30 a.m.

7. --  Toyota (TM) - Get Report said its quarterly profit rose 13.5% to 611.7 billion yen ($5.0 billion) and the automaker kept its annual earnings forecast unchanged despite trimming expectations for vehicle sales. 9. -- United Auto Workers leaders are pressing members to ratify a proposed contract from  General Motors(GM) - Get Report after a handful of factories turned it down in initial rounds of voting, with union officials saying a costly strike is likely unavoidable if the deal fails, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing several people familiar with the matter. 10. -- Earnings are expected Thursday from Walt Disney(DIS) - Get Report , Kraft Heinz(KHC) - Get Report , Shake Shack(SHAK) - Get Report and News Corp.(NWS) - Get Report .

3. -- U.S. stocks on Wednesday fell after Yellen said a rate hike next month was still on the table.

The S&P 500 fell 0.37%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.36%, and the Nasdaq slipped 0.08%.

4. -- Facebook(FB) - Get Report reported third-quarter adjusted earnings of 57 cents a share on revenue of $4.5 billion.

Analysts had expected the company to earn 52 cents a share on revenue of $4.37 billion.

The world's largest social network said monthly active users in the third quarter rose 14.8% from last year to to 1.55 billion. In addition, mobile monthly active users grew 23% to 1.39 billion.

Facebook said advertising revenue rose 45.2% in the third quarter.

5. -- Expedia(EXPE) - Get Report reached an agreement to acquire HomeAway (AWAY) , the short-term rental marketplace, for  $3.9 billion in cash and stock.

Expedia will pay about $38.31 in cash and stock for HomeAway. Shares of HomeAway closed at $32.04 on Wednesday.

The deal is expected to close next year.

HomeAway said it has more than 1 million paid listings of vacation rental homes in 190 countries.

6. -- Qualcomm's(QCOM) - Get Report fiscal fourth-quarter earnings topped Wall Street forecasts but the chipmaker issued a soft outlook for the first quarter.

For the current quarter ending in January, Qualcomm said it expects earnings of 80 cents to 90 cents, below analysts' forecasts of $1.10. 

Qualcomm said it expects first-quarter revenue of $5.2 billion to $6 billion; analysts forecast revenue of $5.79 billion. 

Toyota kept its profit forecast for the fiscal year through March unchanged at 2.25 trillion yen ($18.5 billion).

But the Japanese automaker trimmed its fiscal-year vehicle sales forecast to 10 million vehicles, down from its previous forecast for 10.15 million vehicles.

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-- Whole Foods (WFM)  said its quarterly profit fell by more than half as it faces increasing competition in the organic foods sector.

Revenue rose 6% percent to $3.44 billion, below Wall Street forecasts. But same-store sales in the quarter fell 0.2%.

Whole Foods also said it would buy back an additional $1 billion in stock and boost its quarterly dividend by 4%.

The UAW's voting on GM's proposed agreement to 52,700 of its U.S. factory workers began late last week and ends Saturday.