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United Technologies also raised the low end of its 2013 profit forecast, citing cost savings from restructuring and improving sales trends.
European shares closed higher following the latest U.S. jobs report.
President Barack Obama said Monday that there is "no excuse" for the website problems, but stressed that the insurance marketplace is working.
U.S. construction spending hit a near 4-1/2 year high in August, boosted by increases in both private and public outlays, a hopeful sign for third-quarter economic growth.
Travelers reported quarterly earnings that far outpaced analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
McDonald's reported quarterly revenue that missed analysts' estimates and warned that global comparable sales for October are expected to be flat.
"We're trying to get it resolved," JPMorgan's CEO told CNBC, amid news the bank has reached a tentative $13 billion mortgage settlement.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
European shares closed near five-year highs on Monday, helped by gains from Philips and SAP, as well as encouraging U.S. housing data.
Google shares surged past $1,000 for the first time after reported gains in mobile and video advertising that helped drive quarterly revenue.
Asian stocks were in a holding pattern on Wednesday on caution whether the U.S. could avert a debt default after Senate lawmakers resumed talks.
J.P. Morgan Chase has reached a tentative $4 billion settlement with the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Dow Jones reported on Friday, citing sources.
JPMorgan Chase is close to reaching a $13 billion settlement with the US government, according to people familiar with the situation.
Stocks closed out the week in positive territory, with the S&P 500 extending gains to a new high, as Wall Street cheered some better-than-expected corporate earnings results.
Home resales fell and prices rose at their slowest pace in five months, the latest signs higher rates were taking some edge off the housing recovery.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits dropped from a six-month high last week, but remained elevated as California continued to deal with a backlog.
IBM beat Wall Street estimates on earnings but it missed revenue expectations. Shares fell after-hours.
General Electric on Friday said third-quarter profit fell as revenue dropped in its power and water business, which makes a variety of turbines.
"We don't know yet the full scope of the damage, but every analyst out there believes it slowed our growth," Obama said.