U.S. stock futures edged higher on Tuesday as the corporate earnings season picked up steam, and investors looked to build on the strong gains from the previous session. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures climbed 95 points, or 0.2%. S&P 500 futures advanced 0.3%, while Nasdaq 100 futures were up 0.3%. Spotify shares surged more than 10% after surpassing Wall Street’s first-quarter estimates and issuing rosy second-quarter guidance. UPS shares edged roughly 1% lower in premarket trading after the delivery giant posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings. PepsiCo, meanwhile, dipped 0.2% despite reporting better-than-expected earnings. GE Aerospace also reported an earnings beat. Those moves come after an upbeat session on Wall Street. Investors bought the dip in tech stocks after a recent sell-off in key names such as Nvidia, which had been dinged recently amid fears of higher inflation and the prospect of elevated interest rates. “A short-term bounce in the market makes a lot of sense here in that, you know, we had a rough week and a half plus, and so now we’re seeing a little bit of a rebound as we go into tech,” Wealth Enhancement Group’s senior portfolio manager Ayako Yoshioka told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Monday. Tesla is slated to report earnings after the bell, followed by Meta Platforms on Wednesday afternoon. Google-parent company Alphabet and Microsoft round out the technology-heavy earnings week on Thursday. U.S. Treasury yields were little changed on Tuesday as investors awaited fresh economic data that could provide insights into the state of the economy. The yield on the 10-year Treasury was down by less than one basis point to 4.615%. The yield on the 2-year Treasury was last at 4.985% after rising by 1.4 basis points. Asia-Pacific markets mostly extended gains from Monday as tech shares rebounded on Wall Street and investors assess flash business activity figures from Australia, Japan and India. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index climbed almost 2%, leading gains in Asia, while the CSI 300 on mainland China slipped 0.7% to 3,506.22, marking a third straight day of losses. Japan’s Nikkei 225 gained 0.3%, ending at 37,552.16, while the broad based Topix was up 0.14% at 2,666.23. The S&P/ASX 200 advanced up 0.45% after the PMI release, closing at 7,683.5. South Korea’s Kospi inched down to 0.24% to 2,623.02, and the small cap Kosdaq lost 0.04% to end at 845.44. Gold prices fell on Tuesday to their lowest levels in more than two weeks on easing concerns of an escalation in the Middle East crisis, and as investors booked profits while awaiting key U.S. data for fresh clues on the Federal Reserve’s rate trajectory. Spot gold was down nearly 1% at $2,304.99 per ounce, as of 0336 GMT. U.S. gold futures fell 1.2% to $2,318.80.