US futures are slightly higher despite a mass shooting in Las Vegas overnight. Sadly, more than 50 people are confirmed dead and over 200 injured after a gunman opened fire on a country music concert in Las Vegas on Sunday evening. US stocks continue to shrug off negative headlines as the DJIA closed Friday with positive returns for its eighth quarter in a row. Later today, economic data being reported will include PMI manufacturing, ISM manufacturing and construction spending. Most European shares are higher with the exception of Spain. The Catalonia referendum was in favor of independence from Spain and clashes with police resulted in many people being injured as they went out to vote. Markets in China, India and South Korea were closed on Monday. The Japanese Nikkei closed higher on improving business confidence.