U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday, following declines in overseas developed markets on soft data, despite gains in oil prices and better U.S. data.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open on Thursday morning.
U.S. sovereign bond prices were higher on Tuesday morning amid a "risk-on" move away from equities due to the slump in the oil price.
European equities finished sharply lower on Tuesday, as volatility in commodity markets weighed on sentiment.
Asia markets ended mostly lower on Tuesday, with Japanese shares losing ground on the back of a stronger yen.
The yen soared to its highest in 17 months against the dollar as sentiment in stock and commodity markets soured, with crude oil retreating.
Gold rebounded by 1 percent on Tuesday, snapping two days of losses as risk appetite evaporated.
U.S. oil prices surged 5.18 percent on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported a surprise draw in domestic crude stockpiles.
U.S. stocks closed lower Monday as pressure from a decline in oil prices mostly offset gains in health care stocks.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open with investors reacting to a rebound in the price of oil and some strong data from China.
U.S. bonds were mixed with investors closely watching a spike in the price of oil and digested remarks from a key U.S. Federal Reserve member.
European equities closed higher on Monday, despite oil prices and a number of telecom stocks falling into negative territory.
Asian markets were mixed Monday, not getting much of a boost from solid U.S. jobs data last week, while Japan shares lost ground as the yen rose.
The U.S. dollar hit its lowest against the yen in two weeks on continued expectations of a slow path of Fed rate hikes this year.
Gold fell on Monday after strong U.S. economic data boosted investor risk sentiment.
Oil prices fell, with WTI closing at a one-month low as investors doubted that producers will freeze output.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open Tuesday as oil held mostly lower and traders piled into safe-haven assets.
U.S. stocks closed higher Friday, shaking off pressure from low oil prices, after encouraging data on domestic employment and manufacturing.
U.S. government debt prices traded in a back-and-forth range on Friday, as investors digested the latest U.S. nonfarm payrolls data.
European markets closed lower on Friday in a choppy day of trade as investors reacted to a slide in oil prices and fresh jobs data from the U.S.