U.S. stock index futures struggled for direction, holding mostly lower after the nonfarm payrolls report soundly beat expectations.
The report showed the addition of 271,000 jobs, with a 5 percent unemployment rate. Average hourly earnings increased 9 cents.
Dow futures gave up earlier gains to fall more than 50 points, while bond yields climbed after the data release. The 2-year yield briefly climbed above 0.9 percent and the 10-year yield traded near 2.3 percent.
The euro fell below $1.08 and the yen weakened to 122.63 yen against the U.S. dollar.
Economists polled by Reuters forecast about 180,000 new jobs were added in October, with unemployment holding near September's 5.1 percent rate.