But trading could be quiet Monday, with few major corporate or economic reports scheduled for release.
U.S. stock futures were subdued ahead of the opening bell.
"I think investors got a little lift in their step from Friday's jobs report," said Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist for Janney Montgomery Scott. "[But] this week, we're almost absent anything newsworthy."
In company news, Tyson Foods (Fortune 500) missed profit and revenue forecasts, citing a slowdown in chicken and beef sales following last year's historic drought. Private equity firm , Apollo Global Management ( reported an increase in revenue and net income. )
After Friday's close, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway () reported first-quarter earnings that blew past expectations, sending shares up in after-hours trading.
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