Johnson & Johnson reported first-quarter profit that rose 34% on demand for new drugs, while Coca-Cola reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue on strong sales out of China.
Amazon is reportedly preparing to launch a smartphone according to a report from The Wall Street Journal over the weekend.
Excluding items, Citigroup reported adjusted earnings of $1.30 a share on revenue of about $20.1 billion, beating analysts' estimates of earnings of $1.14 a share on revenue of about $19.3 billion.
Stocks opened higher open on Monday, buoyed by better-than-expected earnings from Citigroup, while retail sales jumped 1.1% in March, surpassing economists' expectations.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says on the economic front, he'll be watching retail sales, housing starts and industrial production.
Google announced it will hold a one-day sale for Glass on April 15, marking the first time the wearable device will be available to anyone outside of the 10,000 developers, contest winners and those selected to try out the device, called Explorers.
Gap announced after the close on Thursday that its comparable sales for March fell 6% -- worse than analyst expectations for a drop of 4.7%, according to Thomson Reuters.
Wal-Mart is trying to make eating healthy easier for Americans -- by making it more affordable.
Rite Aid said it expects its pharmacy sourcing deal with McKesson as well as new and higher-priced generic drugs to drive sales in 2015.
Bentley Motors sells more ultra-luxury cars priced over $100,000 than any other automaker. After a record year in 2013, CEO Christophe Georges explains what's driving demand.