Quarterly earnings announcements from big players in retail, aviation and technology should help guide investors.
The incident occurred just hours after U.S. Vice President Joe Biden left Ukraine after meeting the country's president and prime minister.
The Japanese company has remained the top-selling automaker since 2012 and ended last year with record sales of 9.98 million vehicles.
Mobile ads will likely be a major focus for investors, especially on the heels of Facebook's recent moves to encourage mobile user growth.
With a relatively flat second quarter, Apple seems to be banking on end-of-the-year product launches to boost revenue.
Analysts also predict the global cafe giant will post 11 percent revenue growth in the most recent quarter.
CEO compensation far outpaced average-worker pay in publicly listed hospitality and food services companies.
This time, the video giant’s $1 or $2 subscription fee hike for new users was cheered by investors and even some customers.