US futures have turned positive to kick-off a holiday shortened trading week. For the second week in a row, the Dow and S&P recorder a small weekly loss. Treasury yields are slightly higher, while gold and crude oil are lower. European shares are being led higher by auto and health care stocks, while materials stocks lagged. Asian shares closed mixed as China advanced and Japanâ€™s NIKKEI pulled back from recent all-time highs.