Beijing • Global stocks rebounded Monday from jitters about a struggling Portuguese bank as investors looked ahead to a busy week of data releases in the U.S., China and Europe.
Oil fell but stayed above $100 after tumbling more than $2 last week amid expectations more Libyan crude will soon hit markets.
In Europe, Germany's DAX added 0.8 percent to 9,742.95 and France's CAC-40 rose 0.6 percent to 4,341.37. Britain's FTSE 100 gained 0.6 percent to 6,731.64.
On Wall Street, futures for the Dow Jones industrial average and the broader Standard & Poor's 500 both were up 0.3 percent.
Traders regained confidence following concern about the soundness of Portugal's Espirito Santo International, which reportedly missed a debt payment last week, echoing issues that spawned Europe's debt crisis. Investors appeared to have been reassured any problems would be contained.