Markets are trying to ride the momentum after last week's gains.
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 ( 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 ( 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.
Deutsche Bank chief economist Jun Ma called the reforms "by far the most profound reforms in a decade, if not decades, in terms of scope, depth, and impact."