U.S. government debt prices were lower on Monday as investors digested the results from the first round of the French election.
European markets closed higher after centrist presidential candidate, Macron, secured a first round victory in the French election.
Asian markets were mixed as Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen progress to the final round of the French presidential election.
Oil gave up gains on Monday as a rise in U.S. drilling countered expectations that OPEC will extend output cuts until the end of 2017.
Gold fell more than 1 percent on Monday after centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won the first round of French presidential election
The euro surged and the yen sank after the first round of France's presidential election turned out bang in line with opinion polls.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Monday as the market's favored candidate progressed to the second round of the French election.
Stocks fell slightly as investors looked ahead to France's presidential election while digesting more quarterly results from companies.
U.S. bonds rose as investors eyed developments in France, where the first round of the French presidential will take place.
European markets closed mixed on Friday after a suspected terrorist attack in France two days before a key presidential vote.
Asia markets were higher in Friday trade after a strong session in the U.S. amid caution following a suspected terrorist shooting in Paris.
The euro inched higher on Friday as investors battened down the hatches for results of the first round of a tightly-fought French election.
Oil prices fell on doubts that an OPEC-led production cut will restore balance to an oversupplied market.
Gold prices treaded water as investors awaited the outcome of weekend French elections and possible announcements about tax cuts in the U.S.
Stocks rose as more companies released quarterly results while Steven Mnuchin said the administration was close to "major tax reform."
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Thursday as investors digested several pieces of data and kept an eye on the French election.
U.S. futures pointed to a slightly higher open after Steven Mnuchin said the White House would unveil a tax plan "very soon."
European markets edged higher on Thursday as investors continued to digest political uncertainties and reacted to corporate earnings.
Asian shares traded sideways on Thursday, following key earnings on Wall Street and a sharp fall in oil prices.
The dollar inched lower against a basket of currencies, suffering from a solid euro performance before the first round of French elections.