Asian shares rose on Tuesday following another record close on Wall Street, with focus turning to the last day of China's policy meeting.
U.S. stocks climbed on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average extending its record rise, as Wall Street looked to earnings reports this week from retailers including Wal-Mart Stores and Macy's to get a read on consumer spending.
European equities closed higher following a brief sell-off last week over concerns of the early reduction in the Fed's stimulus program.
Asian equities ended Monday mixed with emerging markets leading declines as attention turned to the Federal Reserve's stimulus program.
Bond prices fell as investors made room for this week's debt supply in the aftermath of a surprisingly strong data.
U.S. oil futures fell more than $2 a barrel amid speculation the Fed may ease up on its monetary stimulus.
European equities closed flat on Thursday, despite initially rallying after the ECB cut its main interest rate.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed to higher open on Wall Street on Monday.
U.S. stocks posted modest gains on Friday after the government's brighter-than-expected report on the labor market.
The dollar soared against the euro and yen after data showing U.S. job growth unexpectedly accelerated in October.
Asian shares were lower on Thursday as caution ahead of the ECB meeting overshadowed potential gains from Wall Street's record finish.
Gold settled nearly 2 percent lower after U.S. job creation in October blew past expectations.
Gold ended down after strong U.S. jobs growth reignited speculation the Fed could start scaling back its stimulus.
The dollar paused in its advance against the euro on Monday after two days of strong gains.
Asian stocks tumbled on Friday as Wall Street's sell-off overshadowed upbeat Chinese trade data ahead of the US jobs report.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average halting its record advance and Twitter's market debut drawing the spotlight, as investors reacted to an unexpected rate cut by the European Central Bank and a read on third-quarter U.S. economic growth.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wall Street on Thursday.
Crude oil slid to a four-month low on Thursday, pressured by the dollar, plentiful supplies and continued progress in talks between Iran and the West.
Gold fell to a three-week low, surrendering initial gains made after the European Central Bank cut interest rates to a record low.
Crude rose but remained within view of its lowest since early July, as Western powers stepped up efforts to reach a deal with Iran.