U.S. stocks dropped on Tuesday after President Donald Trump said a highly anticipated summit with North Korea may not happen after all.
U.S. government debt yields were largely flat Tuesday, ahead of the release of minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting due Wednesday.
European stocks closed higher Tuesday, as China said it would reduce tariffs on cars and auto parts and pressure on Italian markets eased.
Asian markets were subdued on Tuesday, shrugging off gains seen on Wall Street as recent U.S.-China trade tensions eased.
The dollar fell on Tuesday from a five-month high, losing momentum after a broad rally.
Crude is trading near the highest since late 2014, supported by concern over falling Venezuelan output and a potential drop in Iranian exports.
Gold prices edged up Tuesday, backing off a 2018 low struck in the previous session.
Stocks close higher as trade tensions between the U.S. and China dissipated for the moment.
U.S. government debt yields ticked higher Monday following a sharp increase last week, when both the 10-year Treasury note yield and two-year Treasury note yield notched multiyear highs.
French and U.K. stocks closed higher Monday with investors digesting weekend developments in U.S.-China trade talks.
Asian markets edged higher on Monday, with weekend developments in U.S.-China talks in the spotlight.
The dollar edged up against the yen on Monday, after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. trade war with China is "on hold."
Crude prices strengthened on Monday, reversing course as geopolitical tensions continued to support the market.
Gold prices edged down on Monday as the dollar rose and demand for safe-haven assets eased.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite closed lower on Friday as tensions between the U.S. and China weighed on investor sentiment while both countries continued negotiations on trade.
The yield on U.S. 10-year Treasury note yield hit a new multiyear high overnight, returning to a level not seen since 2011.
European shares closed lower on Friday afternoon as concerns over geopolitics and trade intensified.
Asian shares mostly closed higher on Friday, shrugging off the soggy close seen on Wall Street.
The euro headed for its fifth successive weekly decline versus the dollar, in what would be a first for the currency since 2015.
Gold prices rebounded on Friday, as the U.S. dollar eased after Italian political tension sparked a sell-off in the country's bond markets and investors sought a safe haven in bullion.