European markets closed lower Friday as earnings season continues.
The dollar on Friday after data showing a deceleration in consumer spending overshadowed a economic growth reading.
Oil prices edged lower Friday on doubts about OPEC's first planned output cut in eight years.
Gold rose on Friday, after the FBI said it will further investigate Hillary Clinton's use of a private email system.
Asian markets were mixed Friday as investors parse a deluge of economic data and corporate earnings results.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a slightly higher as investors digested another slew of corporate earnings and the all-important U.S. GDP figures.
U.S. equities closed lower on Thursday as investors parsed through a fresh batch of corporate earnings results and economic data.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Thursday as investors digested the release of several pieces of data and a bond auction.
European stocks closed under pressure on Thursday afternoon; oil prices rally above $50 a barrel.
The dollar hit a high on comments from Sweden's central bank, and on expectations of a December Federal Reserve rate hike.
Oil edged above $50 a barrel on Thursday, drawing support from sources' comments that OPEC's Gulf members are willing to cut their output.
Physical demand ahead of the festival season in India helped gold prices stay afloat amid a firm dollar.
U.S. stock closed mostly lower on Wednesday as earnings season continued, while solid economic data helped financials.
U.S. government debt prices were under pressure on Wednesday, as investors digested new data releases and a bond auction.
Markets in Asia traded mixed on Thursday, with energy plays in the region under pressure following drop in oil prices.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open as traders eyed a host of big earnings and the release of several pieces of data.
European stocks closed in negative territory on Wednesday afternoon following lackluster trade on Wall Street and a decline in oil prices.
Asia markets fell across the board on Wednesday, with Australian shares leading losses as oil prices withdrew further.
Oil came off lows after government data showed a surprise drop in U.S. crude inventories, offsetting skepticism over OPEC's planned output cut.
The dollar fell as the greenback looked vulnerable to weakness on uncertainty surrounding Fed monetary policy and the US election.