Oil rebounded after dropping to a one-month low previously, prompting investors to buy ahead of a May OPEC meeting.
Gold firmed as forecast-beating euro zone inflation boosted the euro against the dollar.
U.S. equities traded lower on Friday as investors digested economic data and key corporate earnings.
U.S. government debt prices fell on Friday as investors digested key economic data.
The euro rose against the U.S. dollar on Friday after strong euro zone inflation figures.
"We have a very strong product roadmap both in hardware and in software," CEO Nick Woodman says.
European markets closed slightly lower on Friday as investors reacted to fresh earnings and geopolitical tensions.
The stock opened trading 10 percent lower at $13.50 a share, below its IPO price of $15.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating on Apple into the company's earnings report next week.
Time Inc said on Friday it had evaluated potential offers but decided to pursue its own strategic plan, sending its shares tumbling more than 20 percent.
Capacity is much more of a concern for ETF issuers than the much-talked-about myth of ETF liquidity.
The noted economist says stormy days could be ahead for the economy and the market.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Friday morning.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Pacific Crest lowers its rating on Amazon to sector weight, citing increasing competition and "moderating" growth trends.
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Even after a huge rally, the Wizard of Wharton remains strikingly bullish on the market.
One trader says there is more pain to come for oil.
Analysts upgraded their price targets and earnings forecast for Samsung in 2017, prompting shares to rally.