NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Are we in for another record-setting day on Wall Street?
U.S. stock futures were pointing slightly lower Wednesday, following a headline-grabbing performance on Tuesday.
The Dow closed above 15,000 for the first time ever, and the S&P 500 also finished at a record high. But will the spell hold?
Investors will key off another round of corporate earnings, with results due in the morning from firms including AOL and Wendy's. Tesla, News Corp. and Green Mountain Coffee are up in the afternoon.
Shares of Manchester United could be in play after the long-time manager of the English soccer team announced he would retire. This comes less than a year after the company listed in New York.
Whole Foods shares surged in after-hours trading Tuesday after the supermarket chain reported quarterly earnings that beat estimates.
Shares of Electronic Arts also rose after hours on the gaming company's strong guidance.
European markets were trending higher in morning trading, with the Euronext 100 index displaying some solid support.
Asian markets ended higher. The Nikkei added 0.7%, the Hang Seng increased 0.8% and the Shanghai Composite rose 0.5%.
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