U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Tuesday as traders focus on earnings and rising oil prices.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed in choppy trade as investors eyed fresh economic data and remarks from Federal Reserve officials.
European markets moved lower on Monday afternoon as investors focused on the potential impact that trade barriers could have on global growth.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday, dragged down by declines in financial and health care stocks.
The dollar recovered slightly following reaction to a G20 summit dominated by Trump's protectionist bent extended last week's sales.
Oil prices fell as investors made record cuts to bets on rising prices after US drilling data fed concerns about the effectiveness of OPEC-led production cuts.
Gold prices hit a two-week high on Monday as the dollar slumped to near 6-week lows.
Asian equities were mixed on Monday as investors mulled headlines out of the G-20 finance ministers meeting in Germany at the weekend.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Monday as traders eye speeches from Federal Reserve officials.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Friday morning as investors eyed several pieces of data.
European markets ended slightly higher on Friday after hitting record highs during the previous session.
The dollar hit five-week lows against its peers on Friday, in the wake of the Federal Reserve's cautious message this week.
The dollar plumbed to five-week lows after the U.S. central bank's signal of a slower pace of rate increases this year disappointed bulls.
Oil was helped on Friday by a weaker dollar, as investors weighed the impact of OPEC output cuts against rising U.S. oil output.
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower Thursday as modest gains in financial stocks failed to offset declines in health care and utilities stocks.
U.S. government debt prices were mostly lower on Thursday morning as investors eyed a big batch of data.
Asian markets traded sideways on Friday, following a flat to lower close on Wall Street, in a light regional data day.
European markets closed higher on Thursday following the U.S. Federal Reserve announcement of a new rate hike.
The dollar recovered as investors bought the currency on the back of sharp falls prompted by the Fed's failure to give a hawkish message on further rate rises.
Oil prices surrendered early gains, as support from a weaker dollar was offset by a stubbornly high level of U.S. inventories.