Oil prices fell on forecasts for rising U.S. crude output and a gloomier outlook for demand growth from the International Energy Agency.
Gold rose slightly on Tuesday, as a weakening U.S. dollar and sluggish stock market helped pull the precious metal off a one-week low.
U.S. government debt yields reversed course, falling in the late morning after initially rising on the heels of stronger PPI data.
US stock index futures pointed to a relatively weak open Tuesday, as investors continued to pore over earnings.
Stocks closed slightly higher, but a decline in GE, coupled with worries about tax reform, capped gains in the major indexes.
European stocks closed in the red on Monday as investors focused on earnings and monitored political woes in the U.K.
Asian shares finished the Monday session lower after U.S. stocks closed mostly down on Friday.
Oil prices were trapped between bullishness from tension in the Middle East and downward pressure from evidence of rising U.S. production.
The dollar was on a firmer footing ahead of domestic economic data, including inflation and retail sales numbers, due later this week.
Gold recouped some of the previous session's sharp price drop on Monday
U.S. government debt yields varied on Monday, as investors grew more troubled over Republican tax reform timeline.
The major U.S. stock indexes snapped multi-week winning streaks while some of the largest tech stocks pulled back.
European markets closed the week lower as a slowdown in corporate earnings spurred profit-taking among investors.
Most Asia markets closed lower on Friday following Wall Street's slide after Senate Republicans unveiled their tax plan.
Disappointment that a landmark U.S. tax overhaul may be delayed until 2019 put a brake on the currency's recent rally.
Crude oil fell as expectations OPEC and other producers will extend their production cut agreement were offset.
Gold eased on a firmer dollar but uncertainty over U.S. tax reforms helped prices stay close to a three-week high.
U.S. government debt yields rose on Friday, after fresh consumer sentiment data missed expectations; tax reform is in focus.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open Friday, as investors digested the latest news surrounding the U.S. economy.
U.S. equities fell on Thursday, pulling back from record highs, on worries that tax reform could be delayed until 2019.