U.S. Treasurys extended losses slightly after the Treasury Department's two-year notes sale on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks closed lower under pressure from an overnight plunge in the Shanghai Composite and a continued decline in commodities.
European stock closed lower on Monday, after a sharp selloff in Asian shares highlighted concerns about Chinese market volatility and slowing growth.
U.S. stock futures suggested a positive Wall Street open on Wednesday, as the spotlight turned to the end of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day meeting.
Gold lost ground on Monday with expectations for a near-term U.S. interest rate hike seen keeping momentum firmly with the bears.
The U.S. dollar hovered around a nearly two-week low against a basket of major currencies on Monday.
Crude oil futures hit four-month lows on Monday after a steep drop in China's stock markets sparked concern about its economic health.
U.S. sovereign bonds rallied on Monday, as a sell-off in global stock markets and commodities lifted demand for safe-haven assets.
U.S. stocks were tipped to open higher on Tuesday, ahead of the start of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day meeting, a raft of earnings and data.
Chinese stocks led the sell-off in Asia on Monday, as the fall in commodity prices, questionable growth in the mainland sapped risk appetite.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower, despite surprisingly strong Amazon earnings, as signs of slower global growth weighed on sentiment.
European stocks finished off Friday in the red, following a volatile five days of mixed earnings and a sell-off in commodities.
US crude closed lower on Friday after Baker Hughes data showed an increase in US oil rigs.
Gold turned higher after sliding more than 1 percent to its lowest since early 2010 on Friday, as the dollar fell from its highs.
The dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Friday in choppy trade.
U.S. stock markets were expected to open a touch firmer on Monday, with a selloff in Chinese stocks likely to be in focus alongside earnings reports.
A sell-off unfolded in Asia's stock markets on Friday, hit by a triple whammy of U.S. losses, a continued slump in commodities and soft Chinese data.
The U.S. Treasury market was little changed on Friday before economic data that could help shape views on the timing of a rise in U.S. interest rates.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Thursday as a deluge of mostly lackluster earnings pressured the major averages.
Treasury yields reversed gains in choppy trading after weekly jobless claims fell to their lowest level in nearly 42 years.
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