U.S. stock index futures fell on Tuesday, ahead of auto sales and amid earnings from big-name retailers like Best Buy and Dick's Sporting Goods.
Brent extended losses on Monday after Iran said a deal on its nuclear program could be agreed this week, which could boost the country's oil exports.
Gold rose to its highest level in nearly two weeks on Monday, backed by firm Chinese demand after a weekend interest rate cut in China.
Asian stocks kicked off the week on a positive note, as an interest rate cut in China on Saturday offset a weaker finish on Wall Street last week.
U.S. stocks posted gains of 5 percent or more in February, despite closing modestly lower on the last trading day of the month on Friday.
U.S. sovereign bond prices have fallen slightly ahead of the second reading of U.S.fourth-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) on Friday.
European equities seesawed before finishing higher on Friday, but looked to close out the trading month with gains of over 6 percent.
The dollar index ended stayed on track for a record eighth month of gains on improving data and comments from Fed officials.
Crude oil futures rebounded and Brent headed for its first monthly gain since July, helped by strong investor inflows.
Gold touched its highest level in nearly two weeks earlier, after an interest rate cut in Beijing lifted demand in China.
Asian equitiess were mixed on Friday, following an uninspiring lead from Wall Street, but Japanese stocks managed to overlook a mixed bag of economic data to settle at a new 15-year high.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly higher open on Wall Street as investors reacted to overseas markets and a rate cut in China.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, with stocks near recent highs, as lackluster economic data and oil concerns weighed on investor sentiment.
European equities rallied on Thursday, closing nearly 1 percent higher as investors reacted to a raft of corporate earnings and fresh economic data.
The dollar rose to a one-month high as data on U.S. inflation and business orders and Fed officials' remarks.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open after a second reading of U.S. fourth-quarter GDP showed slower growth than the initial report.
Crude oil futures fell on Thursday, as bulging U.S. crude stockpiles offset indications of a recovery in demand.
Gold rose 1 percent after comments from the Fed pushed back expectations for the first U.S. rate hike in nearly a decade.
Japanese shares outperformed the region by clinching a new multi-year high, as the rest of Asia traded mixed on Thursday.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed amid firming oil prices, moderate housing data and some debate over Yellen's congressional testimony.
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