Oil edged higher on Tuesday, supported by strong demand, expectations of a drop in U.S. crude inventories.
The dollar rose for a second straight session on Tuesday, continuing to benefit from optimism surrounding U.S. tax reform.
Asia markets were mostly lower in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
U.S. government debt yields pared earlier gains Tuesday after the U.S. Commerce Department reported that export growth stalled.
US stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Tuesday, as investors turned their attention to new data and earnings, while keeping an eye on key US news.
European markets closed higher Monday, despite the U.K. and the EU failing to reach a Brexit agreement as yet.
Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, following a decline in U.S. stocks in the Friday session.
Gold prices fell on Monday toward the four-week lows hit last week as the U.S. dollar strengthened.
The Dow Jones industrial average notched a record closing high on Monday after the Senate narrowly passed a major tax bill over the weekend.
Oil prices fell on profit-taking as the market eyed signs of rising U.S. production, though futures remained close to recent mid-2015 highs.
The dollar hit a three-week high versus the yen after the U.S. Senate approved a major tax overhaul over the weekend.
U.S. government debt yields rose on Monday, as investors continued to digest the news that the Senate had narrowly passed a major tax bill.
Stocks finished lower on Friday after a report that Michael Flynn was directed by Trump to talk to Russians sent investors on a wild ride.
European equities finished Friday in the red, as investors turned their attention to markets moves and news coming out of the U.S.
Oil prices rose a day after OPEC and other major producers agreed to extend output curbs until the end of 2018.
Gold is still on track for a weekly decline.
The euro zone's brightening growth prospects also attracted investors despite falling bond yields.
Markets in Asia were mixed and the dollar retreated slightly against a basket of currencies.
U.S. government debt yields fell Friday after a hitch the GOP tax plan stalled a Senate vote.
Stocks rallied on Thursday as the possibility of the Senate passing a bill aimed at overhauling the U.S. tax code increased.