U.S. stock index futures edged higher Sunday evening, extending gains from Friday's session when major indexes surged to new highs.
On Friday, The Nasdaq and S&P 500 hit all-time highs thanks to an earnings-driven rally in shares of Amazon (AMZN), Google (GOOGL) and Microsoft (MSFT).
The S&P 500 hit an intraday high of 2,120 mid-afternoon Friday, but pared some of those gains by the day's end. The benchmark index closed 0.23% higher for the day and up 1.8% for the week.
The Nasdaq rose 0.71% higher to close at a record 5,092. The tech-heavy index had notched an intraday record of 5,100 earlier Friday and closed at records on Thursday for the first time in 15 years.
Tonight, the Dow futures edged up 4 points, higher by about 0.02% at 6:17 p.m. in New York, with other index futures also higher. S&P 500 E-mini futures were up 0.02% and Nasdaq 100 E-mini futures were higher by 0.09%.
The euro fell 0.07% against the dollar and the pound was lower by 0.09%.
News from overseas dominated the headlines over the weekend, with some eurozone finance ministers on Saturday acknowledging for the first time that they are considering what to do if no deal on Greece's future financing can be reached by the end of June, the Wall Street Journal reported.
German lender Deutsche Bank (DB) also said its first-quarter net profit was nearly halved, with a record penalty outweighing strong revenue growth, the Journal said.
Also in Germany, Ferdinand Piech, chairman of Volkswagen (VLKAY) and grandson of the company's founder, unexpectedly resigned Saturday after losing a fight to oust CEO Martin Winterkorn, according to the Journal. Piech reportedly said before that he was "at a distance to Winterkorn," and was trying to oust the CEO for misreading global markets and costing the company momentum in its race with competitors.
Back in the U.S., Tesla's (TSLA) official Twitter account was reportedly hacked for about 10 minutes on Saturday around 4:50 p.m. ET.
Looking ahead, Apple (APPL) reports earnings tomorrow after the market close.
Jim Cramer, Portfolio Manager of the Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust said he's watching Apple earnings for Apple Watch orders, updates on Apple Pay as well as Apple TV and the iPhone, which he said he thinks will post "remarkable" results.
Apple's iPhone sales in China may have exceeded the U.S. for the first time in the latest quarter, Bloomberg reported.
"Here's the key thing about Apple. It's still a very-low-multiple stock, and that's why I stay drawn to it," Cramer added, urging investors to own the stock, not trade it.
Earnings continue on Tuesday, and Cramer will be watching Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY), along with UPS (UPS), T-Mobile (TMUS), Kraft Foods (KRFT) and Twitter (TWTR), another Action Alerts PLUS name. Cramer is bullish on all these names, except UPS. He said on CNBC's "Mad Money" that another bad quarter would send that company to his Wall of Shame.
For Wednesday, Cramer's attention turns to Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), where he expects a strong quarter, Spirit Airlines (SAVE), his favorite among the group, GrubHub (GRUB), an out-of-favor stock he thinks could surprise to the upside, and Marriott (MAR), another solid performer.
Thursday brings earnings from Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Columbia Sportswear (COLM). Cramer said he remains a fan of the stealth tech play that is Columbia, and is also curious to hear Exxon's take on the future of oil prices.
Finally, on Friday, CVS Health (CVS) reports earnings. Cramer said buying call options would be a good way to play this drugstore name. Also on Friday is Chevron (CVX), a stock investors can use to compare and contrast against Exxon's world view.
All eyes will be on Apple tomorrow, whose report will set the tone for the week, but there are plenty of other companies reporting and macro reports to watch to get all the perspective you need.