U.S. stock index futures rose on Thursday, ahead of one of the heaviest days for U.S. and European second-quarter earnings.
Stocks mostly rose on Wednesday as investors weighed earnings and tracked global events.
U.S. long-term Treasury debt prices edged higher for a third straight session on continued safe-haven demand as global tensions persisted.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday amid corporate earnings news and ongoing turmoil in Gaza and Ukraine.
Oil rose on Wednesday, with U.S. crude outpacing Brent, after oil stockpiles in the United States fell more than expected.
Asian stock markets were mixed on Wednesday as profit-taking offset a positive lead from Wall Street overnight.
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, building on gains after CPI rose in June, with sentiment also stabilized by encouraging earnings reports.
Yields fell on Tuesday as benign US inflation data suggested less pressure for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates sooner than expected.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday with investors shrugging off concerns surrounding events in both Gaza and Ukraine.
U.S. stock index futures rose on Tuesday, as developments over the downed Malaysia Airlines plane helped stabilize sentiment.
The U.S. dollar turned flat against the euro, giving up earlier gains which drove the European currency to an eight-month low.
Gold eased on Tuesday, but held above $1,300 an ounce as escalating global tensions burnished its safe-haven appeal.
Asian equity markets rose on Tuesday as geopolitical concerns in eastern Ukraine and the Gaza strip eased.
The euro hit an eight-month low against the dollar on Wednesday as worries drove investors away from the single currency.
Stocks declined Monday as global disapproval of Russia increased after the downing of a passenger plane in Ukraine.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a flat-to-higher start to trade on Wednesday, with earnings due early from Boeing and PepsiCo.
U.S. Treasury prices continued to rise on Monday on safe haven demand heightened by investor caution over unrest in the Middle East and Ukraine.
European shares closed lower on Monday as sentiment remained subdued due to the ongoing tensions in Gaza and Ukraine.
Gold steadied above $1,300, aided by anticipation of increased geopolitical risks as the U.S. began demanding answers from Russia after MH17.
Oil rallied as investors closely watched an intensifying crisis with Moscow over the downing of a civilian jet in Ukraine.
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