U.S. futures are higher to close-out a strong week for stocks. Stocks are looking to hold on to early week gains as the S&P has risen nearly 3% this week. On the data front, the March Empire Manufacturing survey came in weaker than expected falling to 3.7, against expectations of 10. Later this morning, markets will get a look at February industrial production, consumer sentiment from February and the January JOLTs report. European shares are higher as U.K. lawmakers vote to delay Brexit to June 30th provided a Brexit deal is approved by March 20th. Asian markets closed mostly higher after the BOJ held rates unchanged as inflation remains tame.