Gold prices rose on Monday, supported by safe-haven demand due to uncertainty over U.S. policy.
Stocks closed mostly higher, boosted by strong quarterly earnings from banks, while investors also digested several pieces of economic data.
U.S. government debt prices fell on Friday, as investors digested key economic data.
European markets closed higher on Friday as investors digested better-than-expected corporate earnings from the U.S.
Asian markets fell on Friday, as investors digested China's full-year trade figures in yuan-terms and waited for more data to be released.
The U.S. dollar gained against the yen and was little changed against the euro on Friday, rebounding from five-week lows.
Oil prices fell on lingering doubts over the extent of OPEC cuts, with sentiment worsened by concerns over the economic health of China.
The price of gold eased on Friday from a 7 week high touched in the previous session after strong U.S. retail sales.
Stocks fell on Thursday after President-elect Donald Trump disappointed investors during his first news conference since July.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat open on Friday as traders digested some big earnings reports and economic data.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Thursday as investors continued to digest President-elect Donald Trump's latest remarks.
European bourses closed lower on Thursday as investors digested the latest remarks by President-elect Donald Trump.
The dollar sank to a five-week low below 114 yen on Thursday and was on course for its worst week since November.
Oil was supported by reports that key members of OPEC were starting to cut production and by forecasts of strong demand growth in China.
Gold rose to a 7-week high on Thursday on a weaker dollar.
U.S. equities closed higher in choppy trade, shrugging off a sharp decline in health care stocks following remarks made by Donald Trump.
Bond prices fell as investors digested Donald Trump's remarks at his first press conference as president-elect, as well as new supply.
Asian shares traded mixed following a choppy session in the U.S. with stocks ending higher after President-elect Donald Trump held a raucous press conference.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday as traders eyed comments from a number of Fed speakers.
European stocks closed higher on Wednesday as investors digested the first address of President-elect Donald Trump.