Updated to correct Hasbro earnings.
U.S. stock futures traded slightly lower Monday after a survey of manufacturing in the New York region fell further into negative territory.
S&P 500 futures fell 0.08%, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slipped 0.17%, and Nasdaq futures declined 0.22%.
The Empire State Manufacturing Survey in New York in October fell to negative 6.8 from negative 2 in September. It's the weakest reading since May. Economists were expecting a reading of 2.0.
European shares were lower -- the FTSE 100 fell 0.62% and the CAC 40 dipped 0.22%. The pound lost 0.22% against the dollar. Oil prices wavered, with West Texas Intermediate rising 0.2% to $50.45 a barrel.
Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer is scheduled to speak Monday at the Economic Club of New York at 12 p.m. EDT, while investors continued parsing comments made Friday in Boston by Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who said a "high-pressure economy" has its benefits.
Yellen didn't discuss the timing of the central bank's next interest rate hike. Investors are now pricing in a roughly 64% chance of a rate increase in December.
Bank of America (BAC - Get Report) posted third-quarter earnings of 41 cents a share, topping estimates of 34 cents. Revenue rose 3% year overyear to $21.6 billion, eclipsing estimates of $20.8 billion.
The stock rose 1.3% in premarket trading.
Hasbro (HAS - Get Report) reported third-quarter earnings of $2.03 a share, beating the $1.74 analysts had expected. Revenue of $1.68 billion came in ahead of Wall Street's forecasts. Hasbro shares rose 4.8%.
Deutsche Bank (DB - Get Report) shares rose 0.9% after media reports suggested the company may scale back its U.S. operations. The bank currently faces a $14 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over toxic mortgage-related securities it sold in the years leading up to the financial crisis.