U.S. and European equity futures climbed Monday along with crude oil and Treasury yields as investors tried to calibrate economic risks from the omicron coronavirus strain, bringing some calm back to markets.
Stocks rose along with U.S. equity futures Friday, bringing some relief for shares from the inflation fears still roiling Treasuries.
MSCI Inc.’s Asia-Pacific gauge posted its biggest rise this week, helped by Japan’s bourse and China’s technology stocks. The view that the worst of Beijing’s regulatory blitz has passed salved sentiment. U.S. and European contracts climbed after the S&P 500 snapped a two-day fall.