Brent crude was on track for its biggest weekly rally since 2009 following OPEC's decision to cut crude output.
Gold recovered as the dollar drifted lower after U.S. jobs data, but is still on track for a fourth consecutive weekly decline.
U.S. stock index futures traded flat-to-lower on Friday as investors digested a better-than-expected jobs report.
Asian markets stuttered on Friday, snapping out of the reprieve seen post-OPEC output deal, as dollar strength pauses and investors eye U.S. payrolls.
U.S. equities closed mostly lower on Thursday as declines in tech offset a rally in financial stocks.
U.S. government debt prices fell sharply Thursday as investors eyed a slew of economic data, while oil prices kept climbing.
European markets close lower as investors focus on political developments in Italy and key data releases after an OPEC deal.
The dollar on Thursday lost ground as traders booked gains following a solid November and caution ahead of Friday's payrolls report.
Brent crude rose above $54 a barrel for the first time in 2016 after OPEC and Russia agreed to restrict production.
Gold fell as a surge in oil prices boosted bond yields, denting interest in non-yielding gold as an alternative investment.
Japan's benchmark index rose more than 1 percent on Thursday as China PMIs offered support and OPEC reached a deal to cut oil production on Wednesday.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat open on Thursday as traders digested economic data and corporate earnings, while oil prices rose.
Stocks closed mixed on Wednesday, the last day of the month, as energy stocks surging on an OPEC deal to cut production.
U.S. sovereign bond prices were lower on Wednesday as investors digested news that OPEC reached an agreement to cut crude production.
European markets closed higher with investors closely following developments in Italy and an OPEC deal.
The U.S. hit highs on Wednesday and after a surge in oil prices pushed U.S. Treasury yields higher.
Oil prices surged as as some of the world's largest oil producers agreed to curb oil output.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday as traders eyed a sharp jump in oil prices ahead of a potential production cut deal from OPEC.
Asia stocks traded mixed, with oil prices in focus after fresh doubts over an OPEC production deal sent prices tumbling on Tuesday.
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday, led by health care, as investors digested falling oil prices ahead of a key OPEC meeting.