The Treasury auctions $62 billion in three-year and 10-year notes, as well as 30-year bonds, and there are just a few Federal Reserve speeches scheduled throughout the trading week. There are no major economic data releases scheduled on Monday.
Debt prices rose Friday despite a much better-than-expected employment report. Nonfarm payrolls grew by 227,000 in January while the unemployment rate edged higher to 4.8 percent. However, average hourly earnings were up just 3 cents and 2.5 percent on an annualized basis.
Overseas, Investor uncertainty about France's presidential election took its toll on French bonds on Monday, pushing up the premium investors demand for holding French over German government bonds to its highest in almost four years.
The move came after far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen launched her presidential bid, vowing to fight globalisation and take France out of the euro zone.
French 10-year bond yields hit 17-month highs while nervous investors pushed yields on top-rated German bonds to their lowest level in almost two weeks and dumped riskier, lower-rated debt in southern Europe.
In oil markets, prices edged lower on Monday, with Brent crude futures falling 1.74 percent to $55.82 per barrel, while U.S. oil prices slipped 1.39 percent to trade at $53.08.
— CNBC's Patti Domm, Jeff Cox and Reuters contributed to this report