U.S. stock index futures pared gains as data showed consumer spending remained muted despite warmer weather and lower gas prices.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Monday as investors eyed gains in bond yields and awaited the week's data releases.
U.S. Treasury yields resumed their climb on Monday after the April labor market report, and ahead of a number of Treasury auctions this week.
European equities finished mixed on Monday, with the French index the worst performer out of the major bourses, dragged down by shares of Airbus.
Asian stocks mostly advanced on Monday as China rolled out its third interest rate cut since November.
Oil slipped on Monday as signs U.S. shale oil production was recovering after a recent price rally renewed concerns of a growing global supply glut.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply lower Wall Street open on Tuesday, as global stocks declined on the back of a sharp fall in bond prices.
Gold was little changed on Monday, after the impact of Friday's mixed U.S. data supporting bets the Fed will not raise rates until late 2015.
The dollar rose against the euro on renewed worries over a Greek exit from the eurozone, while the New Zealand dollar plunged against the greenback.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors cheered a jobs report that showed economic growth but not enough for most to see immediate Fed tightening.
European shares rallied on Friday after the U.K. election outcome and a U.S. jobs report that showed economic growth but not enough to warrant a rate rise immediately.
Asian shares traded mostly firmer on Friday on the back of a positive lead from Wall Street and bets that Beijing will roll out more easing measures.
Gold retained losses from the previous two sessions on Friday as equities and the dollar firmed
The dollar gained against the euro as a mixed U.S. jobs report stoked uncertainty over the health of the U.S. economy.
US oil prices settled higher after oilfield services firm Baker Hughes reported that the U.S. oil rig count fell for the 22nd consecutive week.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Thursday as investors awaited the key April jobs report and eyed easing in oil prices and bond yields.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat to slightly lower open, as investors weighed April employment report and looked ahead to the week's data.
U.S. stock index futures briefly turned positive on Thursday amid weekly U.S. jobless claims number.
Treasurys rose, getting a lift from weak global equity markets and breaking a slide that had pushed yields on 30-year bonds to more than 3 percent.
European equities trimmed losses on Thursday and closed flat, rebounding from heavy selling earlier in the session.
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