Here's everything you need to know before Wednesday's opening bell:

  1. AT&T (T) plans to offer mobile 5G in a dozen cities, including parts of Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas, by the end of 2018.
  2. 3M (MMM) agreed to pay Minnesota $850 million to settle a case alleging the company damaged natural resources and contaminated groundwater.
  3. GM (GM) proposed investing $2.8 billion into its loss-making South Korean operations over the next 10 years.
  4. The minutes from the Federal Reserve's January 31 meeting will be released at 2 p.m ET.
  5. U.S. stock futures traded lower as investors continued to eye the bond market.

Watch TheStreet's investing interviews on Youtube

N/A

More from Video

Tilray CEO: Surging Cannabis Industry Is a Threat to Food and Drug Players

Tilray CEO: Surging Cannabis Industry Is a Threat to Food and Drug Players

How This Former VC Player Became CEO of $2 Billion Cannabis Company Tilray

How This Former VC Player Became CEO of $2 Billion Cannabis Company Tilray

Lee Munson: Not Peak FANG Yet

Lee Munson: Not Peak FANG Yet

Even Standing Desk Company Varidesk Is Watching How the Trump Tariffs Play Out

Even Standing Desk Company Varidesk Is Watching How the Trump Tariffs Play Out

Jim Cramer on Bank of America, Tariffs and the Goldman Sachs CEO Change

Jim Cramer on Bank of America, Tariffs and the Goldman Sachs CEO Change