U.S. Treasury prices nudged down Wednesday ahead of a testimony on the economy by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to Congress.
Asian equities were mixed on Wednesday, with Shanghai stocks widening losses despite better-than-expected Chinese gross domestic product data.
U.S. stocks were tipped to open higher on Thursday with earnings, Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen and the European Central Bank in focus.
U.S. stocks closed higher as second-quarter earnings season began and investors eyed developments in Greece and a slight recovery in oil prices.
European equities finished higher on hopes that the Greek parliament will be able to pass the legislation needed to get a third bailout.
Oil prices were higher by midday Tuesday, reversing losses after Tehran and six global powers reached a landmark nuclear deal.
Gold eased on Tuesday as the U.S. dollar came off its lows and the market awaited Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's semi-annual testimony.
The dollar posted moderate losses against the euro and yen on Tuesday.
U.S. sovereign bonds rose on Tuesday after the release of two U.S. economic data points.
Asian shares ended mixed on Tuesday as volatility returned to mainland markets and oil plunged following long-awaited deals in Greece and Iran.
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent higher, following gains overseas on news of a bailout agreement between Greece and its creditors.
European equities ended sharply higher on Monday after European negotiators reached a deal over a third bailout for Greece.
Gold slipped 1 percent on Monday as the dollar rose against the euro after leaders struck a deal to negotiate a Greek bailout.
U.S. stock futures traded mixed as investors digested prepared remarks by Fed Chair Janet Yellen for a speech to Congress later in the day.
Oil prices recovered as nuclear talks between Iran and world powers continued without producing a deal that would let more Iranian oil on to markets.
The dollar strengthened across the board on Monday after euro zone leaders clinched a deal with Greece in an all-night summit.
U.S. stock markets were tipped to open higher on Monday following news that Greece and its international creditors have reached a bailout agreement.
Treasury prices fell, pushing up yields, after a bailout deal between Greece and its creditors dented the appeal of safe-haven bonds.
Asian equity markets ended mostly higher on Monday on optimism that European officials will soon agree on a third bailout deal for Greece.
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