U.S. equities traded mixed Thursday on the back of remarks made by newly minted Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Thursday as investors eyed the auction of $28 billion in seven-year notes.
European markets failed to hold onto gains by Thursday's market close, on the back of weakness seen in U.S. markets and a mixed batch of corporate earnings.
Asia markets traded lower on Thursday after a mixed close in the U.S. as Fed minutes hinted that a rate hike is coming 'fairly soon.'
The dollar traded close to 1-month highs as the lack of a clearer signal from the Fed countered praise for a strong currency.
Oil prices rose after data showed a small increase in U.S. inventories, suggesting a global glut is shrinking as OPEC cuts output.
Gold was steady after the minutes of the latest Fed policy meeting further dampened expectations for an interest rate hike next month.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat-to-higher open as traders digested remarks from new Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin.
U.S. equities closed mixed after minutes from the Federal Reserve's previous meeting hinted that a rate hike coming "fairly soon."
U.S. government debt prices edge higher on Wednesday as investors focused on economic data and the latest minutes from the Federal Reserve.
European markets finished roughly flat on Wednesday, after investors waded through a raft of corporate earnings and news from individual stocks.
Asia markets traded higher as investors continue to wait for policy details from the Trump administration on tax reforms and deregulation.
The dollar index erased earlier gains after Fed meeting minutes showed the next interest rate increase could be soon.
Oil prices fell as analysts forecast U.S. crude stockpiles increased by about 3.3 million barrels last week, its seventh weekly build.
Gold held firm on Wednesday after falling as much as 1 percent the session before.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday as traders focused on a host of earnings reports.
U.S. equities kicked off the week on the right foot, closing at record highs Tuesday.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Tuesday as investors eyed fresh economic data after President's Day.
Europe stocks end higher after strong euro zone data; banks weigh as HSBC sinks 6.5%
Asia markets traded mixed, while South Korean shares hit highs not seen since mid-2015 during the Tuesday session.