U.S. stock index futures fell sharply on Monday, tracking European and Asian markets downwards, as the Greek crisis entered a new chapter after the instigation of capital controls.
China's Shanghai Composite index crashed more than 7 percent on Friday, chalking up its worst single-day loss since January 19.
U.S. stocks closed lower, failing to hold initial gains, as lack of resolution between Greece and its creditors weighed on investor sentiment.
European equities closed mixed on Thursday after wobbling in earlier trade, as hopes for a deal between Greece and its creditors seemed to fade.
Mainland shares endured a sharp selloff late Thursday, while other bourses were lackluster after Greek talks hit a stalemate overnight.
U.S. stock markets were expected to open higher on Thursday, unwinding some of the previous day's losses, with focus on the crisis in Greece.
Bonds fell on optimism that Greece would avert a debt default after its creditors presented a final cash-for-reform proposal to euro zone leaders.
Ongoing Greek debt talks sidelined currency investors, demonstrating their unwillingness to take bold positions as deadlines for a deal come and go.
Gold eased for the fifth straight session on Thursday as traders awaited further news on Greece's negotiations with its creditors.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a positive open for Wall Street, with focus on a slide in Chinese stocks and developments in Greece.
Crude oil slipped for a second straight day, weighed by weaker U.S. refined fuels markets and potential negative impact from Greece's debt crisis.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors weighed the renewed impasse in the Greece debt talks and digested domestic data.
Asian shares advanced amid rangebound trade on Wednesday, with Japan's Nikkei 225 index clinching an 18-year peak.
The dollar pared earlier losses on Wednesday after edging lower while U.S. 10-year Treasury yields dipped.
U.S. crude futures ended 1.21 percent lower after mixed supply data.
U.S. Treasury yields trimmed earlier losses on Wednesday after a Treasury Department auction of $35 billion in five-year notes.
Gold ended lower on Wednesday as the dollar pared earlier losses versus the euro, while traders took to the sidelines to await news on Greece.
U.S. stocks closed mildly higher as investors remained optimistic on the Greece debt talks and eyed continued signs of moderate economic growth.
European equities closed higher Tuesday as the countdown to a potential debt deal between Greece and its creditors continued.
Oil turned sharply positive Tuesday as heating oil and gasoline rallied, having earlier fallen on supply concern and dollar strength.
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