Asian markets closed mixed Friday, after a wild ride that saw the Chinese market shut down prematurely twice to stem rapid selloffs.
U.S. bonds were mixed on Monday, as renewed turmoil in Chinese equity markets failed to boost “safe haven” assets.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open Monday, as European equities gained despite turmoil in Chinese stocks.
Oil settled 10% lower for the week after global oversupply and a bleak demand outlook made it hard to guess the market's bottom.
Gold prices fell further, retreating from the previous day's nine-week high.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower Thursday as China news overnight and low oil prices renewed concerns about global economic growth.
U.S. government debt prices rose in choppy trade Thursday as stocks fell amid turmoil in China and continued oil price concerns.
European markets closed sharply lower on Thursday, as further turmoil in China and a turbulent oil environment, rocked investor sentiment.
China's stocks were suspended from trade on Thursday after the CSI 300 tumbled more than 7 percent in early trade, triggering the market's circuit breaker.
Gold climbed above $1,100 an ounce for the first time in nine weeks as investors sent money into the metal amid a global stock market rout.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Friday after the jobs report showed creation of 292,000 jobs.
Oil lurched to new 12-year lows before paring losses on Thursday, with some traders betting a rout had run its course, for now.
It hit a one-month low of $1.0709 two days ago.
U.S. stocks closed lower, pressured by continued concerns about global economic growth, low oil prices and increased geopolitical tensions.
European markets closed sharply lower on Wednesday after geopolitical risks increased uncertainty among investors.
Asian markets remained pressured Wednesday after North Korea's purported nuclear test. But markets in China bucked the trend to finish solidly higher.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed Tuesday, stabilizing after a sharply lower start to the year, amid pressure from declines in oil prices and Apple stock.
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes were mixed on Tuesday, as jittery Chinese markets weighed on risk sentiment and boosted demand for "safe-haven" assets.
European markets finished higher on Tuesday, as global sentiment regained some ground after steep falls in the previous session.
China's shares took a wild ride Tuesday, darting between gains and losses to close mixed, while other Asia markets retraced some declines.