Dow Jones Industrial Average futures added 0.14%, S&P 500 futures climbed 0.16% and the Nasdaq gained 0.2%.
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On Monday, the Dow and S&P 500 clocked another day of record closing highs, the latest win in a three-week rally, despite a quiet day for Wall Street. This marked the fourth consecutive trading session of record highs for the Dow, while the Nasdaq hit its highest level since March 2000.
There was little news overseas to drag on U.S. markets early Tuesday. European stocks were climbing after strong earnings reports from companies such as Vodafone (VOD) , while the Tokyo's Nikkei posted a 2% gain after officials hinted of a delayed hike in its sales tax.
Home builder DR Horton (DHI) shares were slightly lower in premarket trading after missing earnings estimates by 3 cents a share, though revenue spiked 33% year over year to $2.42 billion.
U.S. government offices and the bond market were closed for Veterans Day.
--Written by Keris Alison Lahiff in New York.