Key earnings reports. Duke Energy, Air Products, Itochu, Marriott, BioNTech, Panasonic, Roblox, Traton, Carl Zeiss, Curaleaf..
* Tyson Foods reported quarterly sales above market expectations Monday as the top U.S. meat processor benefited from the gradual reopening of restaurants and hotels across the country.
* Coty reported a 3.3% decline in third-quarter revenue for its off-year on Monday as the COVID-19 pandemic dampened sales of its beauty products.
* Marriott reported another net loss in the first quarter, still hurt by lower bookings amid the health crisis, the hotel group said Monday, with its stock losing 1.8% in premarket trading.
* Traton is offering EUR 70.68 per MAN Group share for a delisting, a 27% premium on the company's last listed price, of which the Volkswagen subsidiary already owns 94.36%.
* Tesla boss Elon Musk reveals on US show SNL that he has Asperger's disease and makes fun of Dogecoin.
* Brussels does not renew its contract with AstraZeneca.
* Ford recalls more than 600,000 Explorer SUVs in the U.S. due to a minor roof rail issue.
* Lloyds is about to acquire Embark for €462m.
* Pfizer raises its production forecast for its Covid-19 vaccine.
* Star Entertainment proposes a marriage to Crown Resorts.
* Meanwhile, Blackstone raises its bid for the company to AUD 12.35 apiece.
* Eli Lilly announced Saturday that it has signed licensing agreements with three Indian generic drug companies to expand the supply of baricitinib, a compound used to treat COVID-19.
* The Pentagon is considering dropping the estimated $10 billion JEDI IT outsourcing project, whose 2019 award to Microsoft has since been challenged by Amazon.com and regularly criticized by Congress, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
* Ford Motor announced on Sunday the recall of 661,000 copies of its Explorer model in North America at the request of U.S. authorities due to a defect in the attachment of roof bars.