U.S. futures are flat as markets await trade developments. President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at the White House later today to discuss trade progress. Progress on core issues could allow the scheduling of a meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping for a signing ceremony. On the data front, strength in the labor market continues as the Labor Department reported that jobless claims fell 10k last week to 202k. European stocks are mostly lower, with basic material stocks giving back most of yesterday’s gains. On Brexit news, a majority vote passed yesterday to block a no-deal Brexit, forcing Prime Minister Theresa May to seek an extension if no deal is agreed upon by the April 12 deadline. Asian shares closed mixed with Chinese shares outperforming the region.