US STOCKS-Futures imply rebound from selloff, but concerns remain
* Expectations rise for Chinese gov't stimulus
* Walt Disney to buy Maker Studios for $500 mln
* Data on housing, consumer confidence on tap
* Futures up: Dow 22 pts, S&P 8.2 pts, Nasdaq 16 pts (Adds Walgreen results and S&P/Case-Shiller data)
By Ryan Vlastelica
NEW YORK, March 25 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday, implying a rebound off the previous session's decline, though investors continued to watch global issues with caution.
* Major indexes fell on Monday on concerns that the crisis in Ukraine could escalate. However, the selling was concentrated in the Nasdaq, which fell under its 50-day moving average for part of the session as traders took profits in some of the market's recent standouts.
* The Dow ended Monday with only slight losses, a sign that while investors were taking money off the table, they were still finding value in more established names like Procter & Gamble . The CBOE Volatility Index, a gauge of investor anxiety, closed barely higher on Monday and remains at historically low levels.
* The conflict over Ukraine continued with leaders of the Group of Seven nations warning Russia that it faced further sanctions if Russian President Vladimir Putin took further action to destabilize Ukraine following the seizure of Crimea. Continuación...