U.S. stock futures edged higher Monday, pulling out of an early morning slump.
The Dow is nearing 16,000, while the S&P 500 is not far off 1,800.
Boeing (Fortune 500) shares rose Monday after the aircraft maker said it sold more than $95 billion of its , new 777X at the Dubai air show. Boeing said it was a record launch for a new aircraft and was far more than analysts had been forecasting.
Looking ahead to Monday, Tyson Foods (Fortune 500) is scheduled to release its quarterly results Monday morning, while , Salesforce.com ( is up after the bell. )
Meanwhile, market enthusiasm in Europe was picking up in morning trading.
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