Amazon stock has surged more than 2 percent after the market rout last week.
The stock rose as much as 3.2 percent in premarket trading after the Nasdaq composite index posted a 24 percent drop.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 870.25 points, or 2.2%, to 26,898.23, the S&P 500 gained 2.5 points, to 2,965.19 and the Nasco 500 rose 2.3 points, the data showed.
The Nasdaq fell 8.7 percent, or 10.3%, to 2:36 p.m. in New York.
The Dow and S&p 500 each fell about 1 percent.
The FTSE 100 index of British shares was little changed at 1,079.97.
The broader S&P 500 index of 60 leading U.S. stocks rose 1.6 percent.
Investors are likely to continue watching the market closely through Tuesday, as the next trading session is still months away.
Amazon, which is expanding its presence in the retail space, will likely get more attention in the next few days as investors watch the data and how it affects its stock price, said John Kreske, chief investment officer at investment advisory firm Ryders.
The company’s growth and focus on the home-delivery space will give it more credibility with consumers, he said.
The retailer is likely to benefit from a recent surge in home deliveries.
The latest data showed more than 1 million people are signing up for home delivery.
That may lead to more customers signing up in the coming weeks, as more deliveries are added, Kreski said.
Amazon will also benefit from the news that the U.K. government has issued a ban on selling e-cigarettes, which are the only products allowed to be sold in the country.
This will allow e-cigarette makers to ramp up production and sell more e-cigs in the U