U.S. stock index futures posted sharp drops ahead of Monday’s open, as losses from markets overseas weighed on sentiment.
A slight gain on Friday was not enough to stop stocks from posting a loss this week.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday as investors assess the possibility of a trade war.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell Wednesday as Boeing shares pulled back on worries the U.S. could engage China in a trade war.
Stocks fell on Tuesday, erasing earlier gains, as tech shares fell from their session highs.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell on Monday, erasing earlier gains, as investors worried a trade war could develop.
U.S. stocks surged on Friday, pushing the Nasdaq composite to a record, after February jobs growth far exceeded expectations.
The dollar was firm on Friday as U.S. job growth recorded its best month in over 1-1/2 years.
National Alliance Securities' Andy Brenner and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss European sovereign rates after the European Central Bank meeting.
Stocks closed higher on Thursday after President Donald Trump implemented steel and aluminum import tariffs that excluded Canada and Mexico.
Christy Tan of the National Australia Bank also says that trade protectionism will have a limited impact on currency performance.
The euro fell on Thursday after ECB President Mario Draghi said regional inflation remained subdued and rising protectionism is a risk.
Stocks fell on Wednesday on news that Gary Cohn was resigning as President Donald Trump's chief economic advisor.
U.S. protectionism could "potentially derail the very optimistic" global trade and growth outlook, says Roy Teo of LGT Bank.
The peso pared losses against the U.S. dollar after the White House said tariffs might allow exemptions for Canadian and Mexican producers.
Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management says Friday's jobs report won't impact forex markets because it won't change the Fed's plan to raise rates this month.
U.S. stocks traded higher on Tuesday, but Wall Street remained on edge over an ongoing debate over tariffs proposed by Donald Trump.
The dollar slipped to a one-week low after an agreement between North and South Korea to hold direct talks.
U.S. stock index futures fluctuated ahead of Monday’s open.
Tony Boyadjian of Compass Global Markets says the hung parliament is "going to force" the center-right coalition to take shape.