Brent crude fell below $98 a barrel on Monday as sluggish demand and abundant supplies outweighed a possible cut in oil output from the OPEC.
The dollar index racked up a 10th straight week of gains on Monday, its longest winning streak since its free float in 1973.
Asian markets started the data-light week on the back foot, with major indices posting steep losses.
Wall Street looked set to start the week lower, following the buzz around Alibaba's market debut and the Scottish referendum last week.
Stocks rose Friday amid enthusiasm for Alibaba's market debut and relief over voting in Scotland.
European shares closed higher after voters in Scotland rejected independence and opted to remain within the United Kingdom.
Gold settled nearly 1 percent lower on Friday, logging a third straight weekly drop, as the dollar rallied.
U.S. crude oil fell, notching its fourth daily decline on continued concerns about ample supply at a time of weak data and fragile demand.
The dollar rose against a basket of major currencies on Friday as investors bet U.S. interest rates would rise more quickly than expected.
Asian shares rose on Friday following liquidity boosting measures from China and after Scottish voters decided against independence.
Wall Street futures pointed to higher open on Friday, with Europe shares boosted after Scotland voted against independence from the U.K.
Stocks rose Thursday as investors continued to relish the Federal Reserve's renewed vow to keep rates low.
The U.S. Treasury bond yield curve flattened on Thursday, with longer-dated notes rising while shorter-dated ones fell.
European shares closed higher on Thursday after an important announcement regarding the meetings of the European Central Bank.
Gold settled at its lowest level since in more than eight months as the dollar index jumped to a four-year peak after the Federal Reserve signaled that a faster hikes.
Crude oil fell on Thursday, pressured by ample supply, concerns about demand growth and a stronger U.S. dollar.
The dollar rose after data showed U.S. jobless claims fell more than expected, reinforcing the view that U.S. interest rates will rise sooner.
Asian shares were mixed on Thursday as slowing property prices in China offset relief over the U.S. Federal Reserve's accomodative policy stance.
Wall Street looked set to open higher, as stocks in Europe continued a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's accommodative policy stance.
Stocks wavered Wednesday as Wall Street waits to hear from the Federal Reserve.
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