Asian markets were mostly lower on Tuesday, despite major Wall Street indexes closing in the green, after a deadly explosion in the U.K.
The dollar struggled to recover ground against other major currencies on Tuesday.
Gold prices were steady on Tuesday despite a deadly blast at a concert in the English city of Manchester.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, weighed down by President Trump's plan to sell off half the country's huge oil stockpile.
U.S. government debt prices were slightly higher Tuesday, as investors awaited for more news out of Trump's first overseas trip as President.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open, as investors geared up for more news out of Donald Trump's first overseas trip as President.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday as President Donald Trump continued his first trip abroad since taking office.
Markets in Europe ended mixed Monday, as investors kept a close eye out for news out of President Trump's first visit overseas.
Asian equities closed the session mostly higher on Monday, following the continued recovery on Wall Street in the last session.
The dollar slipped to a more than six-month low against a basket of currencies on Monday.
Gold prices extended its biggest weekly gain in five weeks.
Oil was bolstered by confidence that top exporters will agree this week to extend supply curbs, and possibly deepen the cuts.
U.S. government debt prices were relatively flat on Monday as President Donald Trump tours the Middle East on his first foreign trip.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Monday as President Donald Trump tours the Middle East on his first foreign trip.
U.S. government debt prices fell on Friday as investors become less worried over the stability of the U.S. administration.
U.S. equities closed higher on Friday as concerns about Donald Trump's presidency recede for the time being.
European markets closed higher on Friday as prices in the U.S. and Asia stabilized after a heavy sell-off in recent sessions.
Asian markets ended the session mixed on Friday, following a higher lead from Wall Street.
Oil prices were heading for a second week of gains on growing expectations that exporters will extend output cuts.
The dollar was on track to record its worst week since August on Friday, having given up almost all the gains made since Trump was elected.