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.
Asian equities rose on Thursday after the Greek parliament voted in favor of a new bailout plan, but Chinese market volatility remained a worry.
U.S. stocks closed mildly lower on Wednesday as investors remained anxious ahead of an impending Greek parliament vote.
European equities ended higher on Wednesday as investors eyed a Greek parliamentary vote on a raft of reform measures.
Gold prices fell to 4-month lows on Wednesday, as Fed Chair Yellen said the U.S. central bank remains on track to raise interest rates this year.
Oil prices fell on Wednesday as investors digested the likely impact of increasing Iranian fuel exports at a time of heavy oversupply.
The dollar rose on Wednesday after Federal Chair Yellen reinforced market expectations for a U.S. interest rate hike, possibly as soon as September.
U.S. Treasury prices nudged down Wednesday ahead of a testimony on the economy by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to Congress.
Asian equities were mixed on Wednesday, with Shanghai stocks widening losses despite better-than-expected Chinese gross domestic product data.
U.S. stocks were tipped to open higher on Thursday with earnings, Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen and the European Central Bank in focus.
U.S. stocks closed higher as second-quarter earnings season began and investors eyed developments in Greece and a slight recovery in oil prices.
European equities finished higher on hopes that the Greek parliament will be able to pass the legislation needed to get a third bailout.
Oil prices were higher by midday Tuesday, reversing losses after Tehran and six global powers reached a landmark nuclear deal.
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