Gold rose to a three-week high on Tuesday as the dollar reversed gains, global stocks fell and investors assessed the impact of China's move.
Asina equities mostly erased early gains to end in negative territory on Tuesday, after the People's Bank of China allowed its currency to depreciate.
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent higher as a recovery in oil prices and a Warren Buffett acquisition encouraged investor sentiment.
U.S. stock index futures indicated another sharply lower open on Wednesday, with Dow futures down by around 165 points after China moved to devalue its currency for a second day in a row.
U.S.government debt prices fell as investors shift focus to scheduled speeches from U.S. Federal Reserve members and retail data this week.
Crude oil prices snapped a three-session losing streak after a rally in U.S. gasoline and diesel.
Gold rose 1 percent to above $1,100 an ounce on Monday, its biggest increase in more than seven weeks, as the U.S. dollar turned lower.
The dollar slipped from a nearly four-month high after comments stoked uncertainty over whether the Fed would hike rates in September.
China's Shanghai Composite index bucked the cautious sentiment across Asia on Monday, surging nearly 5 percent to end at a two-week high.
U.S. stocks closed slightly lower as news of an activist stake in American Express offset some of the pressure from oil’s decline.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Tuesday after the PBoC allowed the yuan to depreciate 2 percent against the U.S. dollar.
U.S. bond prices rose after earlier dropping as all-important non-farm payrolls data fell short of forecasts.
Crude oil futures rolled towards its longest run of weekly losses since the turn of the year.
Gold slipped on Friday as the dollar edged higher on a solid U.S. jobs report, but pivoted into positive territory.
The dollar dropped from a near four-month high against a currency basket on Friday, as investors pared back bullish bets following jobs data.
Asian equities traded mixed on Friday, as investors turned their attention to the release of the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
U.S. stock index futures extended gains after a report that Greek banks could get their first capital injection after a bailout deal is agreed.
U.S. stocks closed lower, with the Nasdaq off 1.6 percent, as investors weighed declines in oil and disappointing earnings ahead of the jobs report.
U.S. Treasury yields inched down slightly on Thursday following weekly jobless claims data that came in lower than expected.
Gold edged higher on Thursday, supported by the retreating U.S. dollar and a tumble in global equities as traders awaited U.S. jobs data.