U.S. government debt prices were lower Friday as investors looked to key data this week and anticipated a meeting of the Fed next week.
Gold retreated from a 12-week high as equities and oil recovered from an earlier rout.
Asian markets advanced Monday, continuing to recover from the global rout that hammered stocks in the first few weeks of 2016.
The dollar hit a one-week low against the euro on Thursday after a plunge in U.S. durable goods orders.
Asian markets bounced Friday, tracking a rally in European and U.S. markets, getting a boost from an uptick in oil prices and comments from the ECB.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday, as oil tried to hold above $30 a barrel ahead of a major day of earnings.
Crude oil futures pared gains in late trading Tuesday, after The Wall Street Journal reported inventory had a larger-than usual weekly build.
European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday, buoyed by a recovery in oil prices and dovish remarks from the ECB.
Gold edged higher on Monday, buoyed by expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve may have fewer chances to raise interest rates this year.
The safe-haven yen and the low-yielding euro halted their rise on Tuesday, as stock markets and oil prices recovered.
U.S. stocks ended higher but well off session highs Thursday, as some recovery in oil prices and hopes of more stimulus from the European Central Bank helped extend Wednesday's late-session recovery.
Oil prices fell on Monday as news that Iraq's output reached a record last month kept investors focused on oversupply.
The dollar edged down on Monday as renewed selling on oil markets drove investors into currencies often deemed less risky investments.
European stocks finished sharply higher on Thursday, as investors cheered the latest European Central Bank news.
U.S. sovereign bond prices fell after the European Central Bank outlined a policy path and as stocks and oil prices rose.
Gold fell on Friday as hints of monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank weighed on the euro and pushed stocks higher.
The dollar firmed Friday, boosted by expectations of monetary easing by in Europe and Japan, and by strong U.S. housing data.
Crude oil posted its biggest one-day gain since August 27.
Asia markets lost early gains and slid into negative territory, following another Wall Street selloff on concerns over global growth, China and oil.
U.S. stocks closed lower but well above session lows as the S&P 500 held a technical level and biotechs recovered in late trade.