U.S. futures improve after trade data. The January trade deficit fell sharply to $51.1B, after a sharp rise in December. Analysts were expecting the January deficit to be in the area of $57.3B. Later this morning the market will get a look at oil and gas inventories from last week. European shares are trying to turn positive despite Brexit uncertainty. Later today lawmakers will attempt to get an indication of what the next course of Brexit should look like as they vote on several proposals. Asian shares closed mixed with Chinese shares leading the region as the U.S. and China are set to resume talks on a trade deal tomorrow in Beijing.