The dollar skidded to a 2-week low against a basket of currencies on Thursday after President Trump said that the currency was too strong.
Markets in Asia closed mixed on Thursday, with Japanese shares falling amid a stronger yen against the dollar.
Stocks fell after the U.S. dropped "the mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan while bank stocks dropped despite strong earnings.
Oil prices were little changed on modest volume on Thursday.
Gold pulled back from an earlier five-month high on Thursday as the dollar clawed back some of ground.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday after President Donald Trump said the dollar was getting "too strong."
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Wednesday ahead of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s meeting with his Russian counterpart.
U.S. equities closed lower on Wednesday as investors assessed the geopolitical landscape.
European markets edged higher on Wednesday and hit highs not seen since 2015 despite investor concerns over a drumbeat of geopolitical news.
Asian markets closed mixed on Wednesday, as tensions continue to ratchet up on the Korean Peninsula.
Brent oil extended gains, after Saudi Arabia was said to be pushing its fellow OPEC members and some rivals to prolong supply cuts beyond June.
The dollar fell to session lows on Wednesday after President Donald Trump said he thinks the currency is getting "too strong."
Gold climbed to a 5-month high, extending its nearly 2 percent gains from the previous session, as investors shifted to safe-haven assets.
U.S. futures pointed to a slightly lower open as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets his Russian counterpart.
U.S. equities cut losses on Tuesday after President Donald Trump pointed to possible changes in Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform.
U.S. government debt prices rose as investors awaited talks between Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian officials.
European markets close mixed on geopolitical tensions; Dialog Semiconductor down 14%
Asian equities closed mixed on Tuesday, on geopolitical tensions and as investors eyed Toshiba's twice-delayed earnings results.
The safe-haven yen rose, as investors considered a spectrum of risks including possible U.S. action in Syria and North Korea.
Crude oil eased from a five-week high as rising U.S. shale oil production offset concerns over geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.