U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday, ahead of first-quarter earnings early in the day from three Dow-listed companies.
Stocks rose on Monday after the S&P 500's largest weekly advance since July.
U.S. Treasury yields were little changed on Monday after recent strong economic data and last week's efforts to settle unrest in Ukraine.
Gold fell to a two-and-a-half-week low on Monday, hurt by sharp ETF outflows and a stronger dollar.
The dollar fell against a basket of currencies on Thursday after Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen reiterated an accommodative monetary policy stance.
European shares closed higher on Thursday, as investors focused on Wall Street earnings and the latest U.S. jobs data.
The yen slipped to 10-day lows against the dollar on Friday following upbeat U.S. economic data and hopes for an end to violence in Ukraine.
Stocks wavered between gains and losses on Thursday amid a slew of quarterly earnings.
U.S. bonds held modest losses on Thursday, as dovish remarks from Janet Yellen and rising demand for stocks softened demand.
Brent crude futures turned lower after Russia said top diplomats have agreed to take immediate steps toward calming tensions in Ukraine.
Oi fell as investors weighed tension between Russia and Ukraine against prospects of a recovery in Libyan supply.
US markets were poised for a higher open with results from Netflix and Kimberly-Clark and an anticipated Alibaba prospectus in focus.
Oil strengthened slightly as traders saw little new to temper worries over tensions in Ukraine.
Gold ended lower as the dollar gained and accommodative Fed policy counterbalanced worries over the strength of Chinese demand.
Asian stocks ended mixed on Wednesday in a choppy session with activity subdued ahead of Friday's Easter holidays.
Asian shares fell on Monday with the absence of a lead from Wall Street last week due to the Easter holidays.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a higher open, with multiple big names reporting earnings before Wall Street opens.
US stocks rose Wednesday after better-than-expected earnings from Yahoo.
U.S. bonds fell back on Wednesday, as the previous session's stock market rally caused investors' bid for "safe-haven" assets to wane.
European shares closed lower on Tuesday, as Ukraine worries and fears about slowing demand in China weighed on stocks.
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