Stock futures point to a lower Wall Street open on Monday, with S&P 500 futures down 0.9 percent, Dow Jones industrial average futures down 0.7 percent and those for the Nasdaq composite down 0.9 percent.
* European Council President Herman Van Rompuy calls an emergency meeting of top officials to discuss the debt crisis, amid fears it could engulf Italy, the region's third-biggest economy.
* The Eurogroup meeting of European finance ministers meets to discuss the debt crisis, including a second bailout package for Greece.
* Italian market regulator Consob on Sunday approved new short-selling disclosure rules to limit stock volatility after a selloff hit domestic bank shares and government bonds on Friday.
* Democrats and Republicans fail to reach agreement over a budget and debt deal at a meeting on Sunday. Discussions are set to resume at the White House on Monday afternoon.
* Chinese annual inflation rose to a three-year high in June, data released on Saturday showed, increasing chances for yet more monetary policy tightening there.
* Peabody Energy
* Alcoa Inc
* News Corp's
* American International Group
* Texas pipeline company Southern Union Co
* Indonesian villagers who accused Exxon Mobil Corp's
* Dana Holding Corp
* Hong Kong's richest man bids for UK water company Northumbrian Water
* Australia introduces a carbon tax scheme, hitting shares in miners, steel firms and airlines.
* The FTSEurofirst 300 <.FTEU3> index of leading European shares fell 0.5 percent on Monday, extending a 0.8 percent fall in the previous session, weighed by euro zone sovereign debt concerns.
* Japan's Nikkei <.N225> fell 0.7 percent overnight on profit taking after three weeks of gains, hurt by weak U.S. and Chinese data.
* The Dow Jones industrial average <.DJI> fell 62.29 points, or 0.49 percent, to 12,657.20 points on Friday, weighed by a much worse than expected non-farm payrolls reading for June.
* The Standard & Poor's 500 index <.SXP>, meanwhile, shed 9.42 points, or 0.70 percent, to 1,343.80, while the Nasdaq Composite Index <.IXIC> dropped 12.85 points, or 0.45 percent, to 2,859.81.
* The U.S. employment trend index for June is due for release at 1400 GMT.
(Editing by Jon Loades-Carter)