Asian markets mostly rose on the first trading day of the Year of the Sheep, buoyed by a bailout deal between Greece and the euro zone last week.
U.S. stocks rallied on Friday to close at highs on an eleventh-hour resolution between Greece and its creditors in the euro zone.
U.S. government debt prices fluctuated on Friday, after data showed new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected.
European markets ended mixed on Friday, with investors reacting to fresh economic data amid continued uncertainty over Greece.
The euro jumped against the dollar in midday trading on reports that a deal had been reached between Greece and the European Central Bank.
Gold fell as the dollar and European shares rose ahead of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers on Greece's bailout programme.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open on Monday as uncertainty surrounded Greece's deal with its euro zone creditors.
The number of rigs drilling for oil in the United States fell by 48 last week, about half the reduction seen in the previous week.
Asian equities were mixed on Friday as traders wait and see if Greece will apply for an extension of its bailout program before the Friday deadline.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed after the S&P 500 touched a new intraday record, amid lower oil prices and Germany's rejection of a Greece plan.
U.S. government debt prices extended early losses on Thursday after a report on weekly U.S. jobless claims came in lower than expected.
European markets turned around on Thursday with the news that Greece has asked for an extension to its loan agreement.
Gold rose on a weaker dollar after Federal Reserve minutes from January showed officials expressed concern on raising interest rates too soon.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a flat to higher open on Friday ahead of a crucial meeting between Greece and its euro zone creditors.
The dollar recovered on talk the Swiss National Bank was buying the greenback.
Brent traded around $60 a barrel on Thursday after U.S. government data showed crude stocks hit a record high last week.
US government debt prices edged up on Wednesday, after yields hit seven-week highs on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Wednesday despite surprisingly dovish Fed minutes, amid apparent progress in the Greece-euro zone negotiations.
European shares finished higher with investors reacting to a slew of earnings and ongoing negotiations surrounding Greece's bailout program.
Japanese shares rose to a fifteen-year high on Thursday, while trade in the rest of Asia was quiet with several markets closed for Lunar New Year.
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Japan's economy is barely growing, its population is falling and wages are stagnant, but investors see big opportunities in its property market.
Don't expect Greek banks to reopen before around July 20, said Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Constantine Michalos.
Greek's ag sector was already facing a challenging 2015, but now there's fear the uncertainty could disrupt the food and wine trade.