European equities closed lower on Monday as geopolitical tensions continue to rattle sentiment, while shares in Deutsche Bank surged.
China's Shanghai Composite index clinched fresh seven-year peaks on Monday, outperforming the region which has largely seen a mixed performance.
The dollar dropped 1.5 percent against the euro and slipped from 13-year highs against the Japanese yen on Monday.
Benchmark yields retreated from seven-month highs as concerns about Greece's ability to avert default renewed demand for low-risk government debt.
Oil fell on Monday on a slump in Chinese demand and worries over OPEC's decision to pump without restraint.
U.S. stocks were expected to open flat to a little lower as investors focused on data that could offer clues on the timing of a possible rate hike.
Gold steadied after a three-day losing streak on Monday as the dollar and stock markets fell.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed on Friday as investors eyed developments in Greece and weighed a bond yield rally on a strong jobs report, which supports the case for a rate hike this year.
European equities closed largely lower Friday, after investors reacted to better-than-expected economic data from the U.S.
Stock markets in China rode out a volatile session to settle at new seven-year peaks on Friday, while other bourses in the region nursed modest losses.
U.S. Treasurys plunged on Friday, sending yields soaring, after the monthly jobs report came in much stronger than expected.
The dollar rallied to a 13-year peak against the yen and rose sharply against the euro.
Gold hit an 11-week low on Friday, as the dollar extended its gains after better-than-expected U.S. employment data.
Oil seesawed in volatile trade on Friday, with Brent briefly hitting seven-week lows.
U.S. stocks closed lower as recent volatility in bonds and lack of resolution on Greece kept investors on edge ahead of Friday's employment report.
Treasurys sold off in what market participants described as a technically driven rally in prices.
European equities closed lower on Thursday, as Greece remained in the spotlight and following a spike in bond yields after ECB comments.
Chinese equities witnessed extreme volatility on Thursday amid news of margin financing curbs.
The euro on Thursday traded back-and-forth against the U.S. dollar.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors found encouragement in signs of economic growth and coming resolution in the Greece debt talks.
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