NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. stock market futures are following most world markets lower as Europe prepares the final touches on a massive bailout for Greece, and China reported its biggest monthly trade deficit in at least a decade.
Dow Jones industrial average futures are down 21 points to 12,842. S&P 500 futures are shedding 3.8 to 1,363. Nasdaq 100 futures are off 6.75 to 2,637.
In Europe, finance ministers from the 17 countries that use the euro are meeting later with a $171.48 billion bailout for Greece at the top of the agenda. Germany's DAX is down .04 percent. The CAC-40 in France is 0.3 percent lower and London's FTSE is edging up 0.47 percent.
Asian markets were mixed after China said data for January and February showed growth slowing.