WTI settled down as a rallying dollar weighed on the commodities complex amid a bearish price outlook by Goldman Sachs.
European equities finished lower, having fluctuated for much of the session on Friday, following weak US data and strength in the euro.
Stock markets in Shanghai were the biggest laggards on Friday, while the rest of Asia advanced on the back of an impressive U.S. lead.
Gold closed higher, logging their biggest weekly gain since mid-January as soft US consumer sentiment data weighed on the dollar.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat-to-lower open on Monday, with housing market indicators set to dominate this week after a run of soft economic data.
US oil closed lower on Friday but managed to end the week slightly higher, marking its ninth straight weekly gain.
U.S. stocks closed one percent higher on Thursday as investors cheered further weakness in the dollar and calmer bond markets, amid mixed economic data.
The Treasury Department auctioned $16 billion in 30-year bonds at a high yield of 3.044 percent, which was the highest since November.
The dollar fell to a 3-month low against the euro as disappointing data on factory activity and consumer sentiment spurred doubts about recovery.
European equities ended higher as new regulation from the European Commission helped the continent's steel producers post strong gains.
Asian equities traded mixed on Thursday, with Sydney and Tokyo coming under pressure as their local currencies strengthened against the greenback.
Crude moved lower on Thursday as weak data from the world's top economies raised concern about the outlook for global fuel demand.
The U.S. dollar traded lower against a currency basket after downward producer price data challenged hopes for better U.S. economic growth.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat to slightly higher open on Friday, amid data releases and following a record market close on Thursday.
Gold hit a three-month high as the dollar came under pressure following mixed data that pushed back expectations of when interest rates will rise.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed as investors remained wary of climbing bond yields and the lack of a strong second-quarter rebound in the economy.
Treasury yields rose after trading lower following the Treasury Department's auction of $24 billion in 10-year notes.
European equities reversed earlier gains to end lower on Wednesday with investors reacting to weaker-than-expected U.S. retail data.
Chinese stocks retreated late Wednesday after a fresh batch of economic indicators came in just shy of expectations.
U.S. oil futures closed down 25 cents at $60.50 a barrel despite crude stockpiles slipping for a second straight week.
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