U.S. equities closed mixed Friday after a choppy trading session with NBC News reporting the House pulled a key health-care bill.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Friday as investors awaited a vote on the Republican-led health-care bill.
European markets closed lower on Friday amid investor uncertainty over a delayed vote on Trump's health-care bill.
Asian markets closed mixed on Friday, as key health care vote in the U.S. was delayed.
The dollar edged up against the yen on Friday, recovering from its worst run of daily losses versus the safe-haven currency since 2010.
Gold prices edged lower on Friday against a backdrop of a rising dollar.
U.S. crude broke a four-day losing streak in thin trade on Friday, but posted a weekly loss as concerns persisted over an excess of crude.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Friday as traders await a vote for the Republican-led health-care bill.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday after a key vote in the House regarding a Republican-led health care bill was delayed.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed as investors eyed data and the House's vote on a bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare.
European markets close higher on Thursday as investors continued to monitor developments surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump's pro-growth agenda.
The dollar held under $1.08 per euro for a second day on Thursday as investors awaited a vote on Republican health care plans.
Oil prices were lower on Thursday as the market remained under pressure from bloated U.S. crude inventories and rising output.
Gold prices on Thursday held below a 3-week peak hit in the prior session, as the dollar recovered from seven-week lows.
Stocks closed mixed as Wall Street eagerly awaited a vote on the House's health care proposal and monitored oil prices.
U.S. bonds rose as investors started doubting whether Donald Trump will deliver tax cuts and infrastructure investment.
Asia markets traded mostly higher on Thursday after U.S. equities closed mixed ahead of a key health care vote in Congress.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly lower open on Thursday as traders eyed the release of data and a key vote in the House.
European markets moved lower on Wednesday amid increasing concerns regarding U.S. President Donald Trump's economic growth agenda.
U.S. equities fell sharply on Tuesday as banks faced pressure from falling yields, while investors turned their eyes to a key House vote.