Oil prices slipped on Monday, despite data showing a sharp drop in Saudi Arabia's crude oil exports.
Gold prices plunged as much as 4 percent to their lowest in more than five years on Monday as sellers in top consumer China offloaded the metal.
U.S. Treasury prices started the week on the back foot, with signs that the crisis in Greece may be abating dimming the appeal of safe-haven bonds.
The dollar reached its highest in three months against a basket of currencies on Monday.
U.S. stocks were expected to open a touch weaker on Tuesday, as earnings season gets into full swing with the likes of Apple reporting this session.
Asian shares traded mixed on the first trading day of the week due to weak global cues and as commodity prices took another tumble.
U.S. stocks closed mixed, but posted solid gains for the week, as strong earnings boosted the Nasdaq to another record high.
European equities finished around the flatline on Friday, after the European Council approved a short-term loan to Greece.
Oilfield services firm Baker Hughes reported U.S. drillers took seven oil rigs out of fields last week, capping two weeks of increases.
The dollar was on track for its biggest weekly gain in two months on Friday as investors bet on the chances of a U.S. interest rate hike.
U.S. Treasurys were little changed on Friday before inflation data that could help determine the timing of a U.S. interest rate rise.
Asian stocks rose on Friday, thanks to a positive lead from Wall Street overnight.
U.S. stocks were expected to open a tad higher on Monday, with focus on a slew of second-quarter earnings reports.
U.S. stocks closed near highs as investors focused on earnings beats amid progress towards near-term resolution in the Greek debt crisis.
Europe finished higher on Thursday after Greece's parliament approved Prime Minister Tsipras' reforms plan and the ECB extended its emergency funding.
Oil prices diverged Thursday as a UK oilfield outage boosted Brent and a bearish industry report on inventories weighed on WTI.
Treasurys fell Thursday after Greece’s parliament voted for reforms to secure a bailout and hawkish comments from Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen.
Gold was near its lowest level since November after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said a U.S. interest rate rise is likely this year.
U.S. stock markets were tipped to open mixed on Friday, giving up some of the previous day's gains ahead of inflation data.
The dollar index rallied to a seven-week peak, with an easing in jobless claims reinforcing market expectations of a US interest rate hike.
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