US Futures are slightly higher to end a strong week for the major indices. The S&P 500 rallied over 2% this week through Thursday, breaking short-term downtrend resistance levels. On the data front, April import prices rose less than expected, rising 0.3% last month. In contrast, export prices rose more than expected, rising 0.6% last month. At 10am, the market will get a preliminary read on May consumer confidence. European shares are mixed with material stocks leading higher. Asian shares closed mostly higher with technology and financial shares leading the gains.