Stock futures traded lower on Thursday following earnings beats from three big U.S. banks and after Donald Trump said the dollar was getting "too strong."
S&P 500 futures were down 0.3%, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slipped 0.2%, and Nasdaq futures fell 0.26%. Stocks closed lower on Wednesday as geopolitical concerns dominated trading.
JPMorgan Chase JPM reported first-quarter earnings of $1.65 a share on revenue of $25.59 billion, beating analysts' expectations. A year earlier, the bank earned $1.35 a share on revenue of $24.08.
Shares of JPMorgan were up almost 1% in premarket trading.
Citigroup (C) earned $1.35 a share in the first quarter, topping forecasts of $1.23. The stock rose 0.7%.
Wells Fargo (WFC) earned $1 a share in the first quarter, beating estimates by 4 cents. Shares fell 0.9%.
United Airlines (UAL) shares were up slightly on Thursday after the company said it would offer compensation to all passengers on the flight where a passenger was violently dragged off a United plane for not voluntarily giving up his seat.
United sharesrose 0.03% in in premarket trading.