Here's what you need to know for today:
-U.S. stock futures surged on Tuesday, April 10, after Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to open more sectors to foreign companies but also warned against a "Cold War mentality" amid a trade dispute with the U.S.
-And Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to address Congress about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the first of two hearings in front of congressional committees. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., met with Zuckerberg on Monday and told reporters after the meeting that the CEO was "forthright and honest to the degree that he could" be.
-Wells Fargo (WFC) Faces a Record Fine that could exceed several 100 million dollars for auto insurance and mortgage lending abuses
-VeriFone (PAY) to Be Taken Private by an investor group led by private-equity firm Francisco Partners for about $3.4 billion