U.S. government debt prices were higher, building on a global bonds rally, as investors looked to the release of a host of data.
European stocks finished the session with solid gains on Friday as the recovery in global markets continued, despite uncertainties over the Brexit vote.
Asia markets ended mostly higher on Friday, tracking global stocks' recovery from the post-Brexit sell-off despite a slew of downbeat data.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open Tuesday with "risk-on" sentiment pausing for breath after a strong rally last week.
Gold rose 1 percent and was headed for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a weaker dollar.
Oil prices steadied on Friday from early losses, with traders citing more bullish investor positioning for the second half of 2016.
The U.S. dollar tumbled against the safe-haven yen Friday amid uncertainty over the fallout from Britain's vote to exit the EU.
U.S. stock index futures traded mixed, indicating a slightly higher open, as traders eyed the release of data.
U.S. government debt prices rose, erasing losses, after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney hinted at more stimulus for the UK.
European stocks rose in late trade Thursday as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney gave a dovish speech over the fallout from the U.K.'s referendum result.
Asia markets lost some momentum on Thursday, even as global markets recovered from their post-Brexit plunge.
The British pound traded more than 1 percent lower after Mark Carney, the head of the Bank of England, made remarks about the U.K. economy following the Brexit vote.
Gold steadied, but the metal remained on track for its biggest monthly rise since February in the wake of Brexit.
Oil fell, pressured by returning Nigerian and Canadian output and as traders looked to book profits.
U.S. stocks closed higher, helped by gains in oil prices, as global markets recovered for a second day from their post-Brexit plunge.
U.S. sovereign bond prices were lower Wednesday with Brexit fears momentarily fading.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat open on Friday as traders eyed the release of a host of data ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
Europe soared Wednesday as markets realized that any change to the status quo in the EU after Brexit is unlikely to change in the short-term.
Asia markets closed higher on Wednesday, following gains in U.S. and Europe as jitters eased after the Brexit vote spurred a $3 trillion global rout.
The euro and sterling spiked higher, as markets regained some appetite for risk.