Stock index futures pointed to Wall Street opening little changed on Friday, with futures for the S&P 500 down 0.1 percent, while futures for the Dow Jones were up 0.1 percent and Nasdaq futures were flat by 0830 GMT.

* Data set for release include the ISM index of national factory activity for June at 1400 GMT. Analysts on average are expecting the index to slip to 51.8 from 53.5 in May.

* Other data scheduled for release included the Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey for June at 1355 GMT and construction spending data at 1400 GMT. Consumer sentiment was seen little changed at 71.9, while construction spending is expected to be flat in May.

* U.S. stocks ended a volatile quarter on Thursday with their biggest four-day rally since September as positive economic data and a temporary resolution of Greece's debt crisis indicated further gains in July.

* The S&P 500 <.SPX> climbed above its 50-day moving average at 1,317, suggesting an accelerated move higher was possible.

* In company news, Apple and Research In Motion are part of a winning consortium of six companies buying bankrupt Nortel Networks Corp's remaining patent portfolio for $4.5 billion, in a hotly contested auction that saw Google and Intel lose out.

* Royal Bank of Scotland was expected to offload 1.4 billion pounds ($2.3 billion) of toxic British commercial property loans into a vehicle to be managed by private equity firm Blackstone , a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday.

* On the economic front, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has been considering stepping down later this year, but will not make a decision until contentious negotiations over the U.S. debt ceiling are completed, people familiar with his thinking said.

* In Europe, the pan-European FTSeurofirst 300 <.FTEU3> index of top shares was flat in early trade, with falls in heavyweight mining shares weighing on the index.

(Reporting by Harpreet Bhal; Editing by Dan Lalor)