Updated from 5 a.m. EDTNEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- In a week filled with reports from some of the biggest oil companies in the world, the bulls are energized, according to our latest sentiment survey. As of 7 a.m. EDT Monday, participants who were bullish in the TheStreet's Bull vs. Bear poll tallied 399 votes, or 60.6%, of the 658 votes cast in the poll, while those who were bearish scored 183 votes, or 27.8%. Survey-takers who were neutral on the stock market this week totaled 76 votes, or 11.6%. The commercial banks, energy equipment services and oil sectors were viewed as those most likely to rise this week. The homebuilding and precious metals sectors were those seen most likely to post declines, according to poll participants. Shares of homebuilders have tumbled since the expiration of the homebuyers' tax credit in April. BP ( BP) reports earnings Tuesday, as do Exxon Mobil ( XOM), Chevron ( CVX), Royal Dutch Shell ( RDS.A) and ConocoPhillips ( COP) throughout the week. BP CEO Tony Hayward, meanwhile, is on his way out, according to reports. BP's board is working on a plan for the departure of Hayward, the Wall Street Journal reports. It's expected that Bob Dudley, who is a member of BP's board and as managing director oversees the company's operations in Asia and the Americas, would take over as CEO on Oct. 1, the Journal reports. Boeing ( BA), Merck ( MRK) and Visa ( V) also are scheduled to report earnings this week. Prior to Monday's opening on Wall Street, premarket futures suggest a mixed opening, after stocks last week posted impressive gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 3.2%, the S&P 500 jumped 3.6% and Nasdaq finshed 4.2% higher. The Dow is up 7% so far in July. Asian shares ended higher Monday while European stocks were trading lower. > > Bull or Bear? Vote in Our Poll The poll closes at 9:15 a.m.