U.S. stock futures are lower as technology stocks fall. Weaker-than-expected revenue in Q2 along with reduced 2019 guidance from Broadcom has put pressure on chip stocks this morning. On the data front, retail sales rose 0.5% in May, slightly below expectations. Later this morning, markets will get a look at industrial production from May, business inventories from April and a preliminary look at June consumer sentiment. European shares are trading lower with technology shares leading the decline. Asian shares closed mixed with Chinese stocks lagging the region.