Leaning Green

Following the Nasdaq’s 6.5% swoon last week, stocks are looking at a positive
open Monday, as traders await this holiday-shortened week’s menu of economic
data.

The next big economic news due out is the April Producer Price Index on
Wednesday.

The Dow futures are up 55 points, and the Nasdaq futures are up 30 points.

The S&Ps look to open up 7 points while the yield on the 10-year Treasury
id 4.94%.

Monday Movers

Cisco
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is looking at a positive open, and following a Friday close
of 13.62, the beleaguered tech giant is trading up to 14.05 in pre-market
activity.

Amazon
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is higher following word it will likely post losses of 22
cents per share for the first quarter. Analysts had been expecting  losses
of 30 cents. Amazon cited solid sales in electronics as part of the reason.
Shares of the e-tailer are trading up to 11.90 following a Friday close of 8.37.

Perhaps in sympathy with Amazon, shares of eBay
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are higher as
well. eBay closed Friday at 35.50 and are currentky trading up to 38.00 in
pre-market activity.

In the chips, Xilinx
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is edging upward and has traded up to 33.00
following a Friday close of 32.18. Xilinx is a SOX component.