Oil gained on Monday after Russia said it was prepared to meet other producers to discuss the situation in the global oil market.
Gold retained gains on Monday as weak U.S. jobs data eased fears the Federal Reserve will hike rates this year.
The dollar nursed losses on Monday after weak U.S. jobs data led traders to pare bets that the Fed was poised to hike rates as early as this month.
Asian stocks kicked off the week on a positive note after a weak U.S. employment report cooled expectations for an imminent U.S. rate hike.
U.S. stocks turned higher Friday, in attempt to extend a recent recovery, as investors digested higher oil prices and a weaker-than-expected jobs report.
U.S. government debt prices rose on Friday after the latest nonfarm payrolls report missed expectations.
European equities pared losses to trade higher on Friday, after official jobs numbers from the U.S. came in way below expectations.
Oil prices reversed losses on Friday after Baker Hughes reported drillers took 26 rigs out of U.S. oilfields last week.
Gold jumped more than 2 percent on Friday and was on track for its biggest daily gain since January on a flurry of short-covering after jobs data.
The euro reversed earlier losses to trade sharply higher on Friday after the September jobs report widely missed expectations.
Asian stocks were mixed on a subdued Friday, as investors awaited the crucial U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for September.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, attempting to put a steady start to the fourth quarter, as investors looked ahead to Friday's jobs report.
Treasurys were unchanged on Thursday after traders bought US government debt on caution ahead of a key US jobs report.
European stocks closed mixed to lower on Thursday, as start-of-quarter enthusiasm petered out among investors and telecom stocks weighed on investor sentiment.
Oil prices fell as much as 1 percent on Thursday as the government's storm monitor altered forecasts for the path of the latest U.S. hurricane.
Gold recovered from two-week lows on Thursday as the dollar lost ground to the euro, but uncertainty ahead of jobs data held prices in a narrow range.
The yen and euro came under pressure on Thursday, as stock markets edged higher after their worst quarterly performance in four years.
U.S. stock index futures turned lower as Wall Street digested the monthly jobs report.
Asian equities kicked off the fourth quarter on a positive note, as an overnight rally on Wall Street spurred risk appetite.
U.S. stocks closed higher, following a rally in global markets, but the major averages still posted the worst quarter in four years.
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Central banks are in the spotlight in the week ahead, with decisions on monetary policy due in Australia and Japan.
Emerging economies risk “leading the world economy into a slump,” with lower growth and a rout in financial markets, the Financial Times reports.
Dilma Rousseff of Brazil announced Friday that she was cutting her salary by 10%, reducing the size of her cabinet and slashing thousands of jobs, the NYT reports.