U.S. stock futures signaled a higher open on Friday as markets await the monthly U.S. labor market report.
European markets closed lower on Thursday after ECB President Mario Draghi's press conference disappointed investors hoping for more stimulus.
Gold ended lower as the euro rebounded against the dollar after ECB chief Mario Draghi said the bank would reevaluate the case for more stimulus.
Oil fell in choppy trading on Thursday as the debate for a sustainable price level continued.
Asian stock markets rallied on Thursday on the back of strong U.S. data, with China's benchmark index leading the gains.
The euro rebounded from a more than two-year low against the dollar on Thursday.
U.S. stocks rallied into the close, with the Dow ending the day at a record amid encouraging economic reports on Wednesday.
U.S. stocks futures signaled a higher open as markets awaited weekly jobless claims figures and the latest ECB interest rate decision.
U.S. Treasurys extended gains after a report showed nonfarm productivity grew a bit faster than initially thought in the third quarter.
European shares closed higher, as investors bet the European Central Bank would announce additional stimulus measures.
Gold steadied near $1,200 as a rise in oil prices provided support, but strength in the dollar weighed on the metal's appeal as a hedge.
U.S. crude futures held their gains after data from the Department of Energy showed oil inventories fell by 3.7 million barrels.
The U.S. dollar demonstrated broad-based strength on Wednesday, bolstered by more upbeat comments on the U.S. economy
Asian equities were mostly higher on Wednesday, with indices in Japan and Shanghai ending at fresh multi-year highs.
Stocks rose Tuesday in a mild rebound from the prior day's drop, ahead of monthly data on car sales.
U.S. sovereign bonds fell on Tuesday, after the lengthy downturn in oil prices came to a halt overnight.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday, as overnight gains in oil prices boosted energy stocks and an upturn on Wall Street helped sentiment.
Gold slipped on Tuesday on worries a strong dollar and volatile oil markets could undermine an overnight rally that lifted the yellow metal.
Brent crude slipped on Tuesday, trading in a band between about $70 and $72 and giving up some of Monday's gains.
Asian equities rose on Tuesday, with Shanghai and Japanese stocks closing at multi-year highs on hopes of Chinese stimulus and as investors dismissed Japan's rating downgrade.
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