Asia markets retraced much of their earlier losses following the conclusion of the first U.S. presidential debate.
The dollar rose against the euro after concerns surrounding Deutsche Bank caused general unease over Europe's banking sector.
Oil fell after Saudi Arabia said it did not expect to agree on output cuts at a meeting with other producers in the Algerian capital.
This hinted that investors were turning to riskier assets in a belief that Clinton won the first presidential debate against Trump.
U.S. futures traded near the flatline on Tuesday after the first debate between U.S. presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Stocks closed sharply lower as investors kept a close eye on a key OPEC meeting and looked ahead to a U.S. presidential debate.
Asia markets traded lower on Monday, with sentiment likely dominated by the first U.S. presidential debate and an informal OPEC meeting.
Europe stocks closed lower as sentiment was curbed by a report suggesting Deutsche Bank was seeking assistance in its negotiations with the U.S.
The dollar fell against the yen after comments from a top BOJ official and uncertainty from impending U.S. presidential debate.
Oil rallied on Monday as the world's largest producers gathered in Algeria to discuss ways to support the market.
Focus switched to the upcoming U.S. presidential debate which could prove clues to the outcome of November's election.
Stocks closed lower as oil prices fell sharply while investors digested key manufacturing data, following two strong sessions.
U.S. government debt prices rose on Friday as investors digested the release of September manufacturing activity and comments from Fed speakers.
European stocks closed lower Friday as investors paused for breath after recent gains.
Markets in Asia ended mixed on Friday, as traders continued to digest announcements from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan.
The dollar index edged higher on Friday, reversing earlier selling, after comments from Boston Fed Reserve President Eric Rosengren.
Oil fell on Friday, paring weekly gains, on a report that Saudi Arabia did not expect an agreement at talks next week among major crude exporters.
Gold edged lower, but the yellow metal was still on track for its biggest weekly gain in nearly two months.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open as traders eyed the release of data and comments from Fed speakers.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Thursday, with the Nasdaq having another record-setting session.