NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Stock futures were marginally higher on Monday as the uncertainty of another bailout for Greece weighed on the markets.  

S&P 500 futures were up 0.02%, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were up 0.03%, and Nasdaq futures added 0.08%.

The economic calendar is bare on Monday as markets continue to digest Friday's April jobs report. However, worldwide markets were reacting to a slew of global economic news. China cut interest rates on Sunday for the third time in six months by 0.25 percentage points over fears that an economic slowdown would be worse than expected. The Wall Street Journal reported that Chinese officials are "growing more fearful that the mountain of debt from the rapid expansion of credit over the past few years is weighing on efforts to pick up the world's second-largest economy."

Elsewhere,, the hope for another Greece bailout is getting dimmer and dimmer. The country is struggling to make debt repayments and after several months of talks with its European creditors, Greece has "failed to agree on further reforms and savings Athens needs to quality for a 7.2 billion euro ($8 billion) loan installment," according to the Associated Press. Greece is expected to make a 770 million euro (approximately $860 million) repayment to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday "but only after scraping together enough reserves from local governments and state entities like hospitals," the AP said. 

Also, the Bank of England made no changes to monetary policy on Monday, keeping its lending rate at 0.5%, a level maintained since March 2009

European and Asian markets were mixed on Monday. China's Shanghai Composite rose 3.04% on Monday. The FTSE 100 was up 0.19%; Germany's DAX was down 0.24%.

U.S. stocks on Friday ended higher for the week as Wall Street applauded the April jobs numbers, which came in at 223,000, in line with expectations. 

Crude oil had topped a five-month high of $62 a barrel last week after U.S. inventories unexpectedly fell. West Texas Intermediate oil was down 0.05% on Monday to $59.36. 

Elsewhere, in corporate news: 

Dean Foods (DF) shares jumped 5.2% in premarket trading after the dairy company reported better-than-expected first-quarter adjusted profit since it did not pass on falling milk prices to consumers. Dean Foods reported adjusted earnings of 24 cents a share for the March-ended quarter. Analysts, according to Thomson Reuters, expected the company to post earnings of 18 cents. The loss in the quarter was $74 million, or 78 cents a share, compared to a loss of $9 million, or 9 cents, in the year-earlier quarter. The company forecast second-quarter adjusted earnings between 20 cents and 30 cents a share. 

Dish Network (DISH) shares ticked slightly higher in premarket trading on Monday. The media company reported revenue slightly higher to $3.7 billion compared to $3.6 billion in the year-earlier quarter. Still gross Pay-TV subscriber activation fell to 554,000 from 639,000. Dish said net Pay-TV subscribers fell 134,000 in the first quarter. 

Zulily (Z) shares surged 20% in premarket trading after Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (BABA) boosted its stake in the U.S. online retailer to 9.3%. Alibaba's stake was worth $152.9 million as of Friday's market close. 

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