U.S. Futures are Higher, Extending Friday’s Gains After a Stronger than Expected Jobs Report #Earnings #Banks

U.S. Futures are higher, extending Friday’s gains after a stronger than expected jobs report.  This week earnings season kicks off with several banks reporting Q2 earnings later in the week.  There is no economic data slated for release today.  European shares are higher with strength in material and technology shares.  Germany reported a stronger than expected exports in May, despite trade concerns.  Asian stocks closed higher, led by Chinese markets.  Basic material stocks and banks led Asian markets higher.

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