Asian markets assisted by a rebound in Japan, as traders weighed the global recovery's resistance against an oil shortage and the possibility of stricter monetary policy to combat inflation.
Japanese stocks rose as the yen fell and Japan's PM Kishida said that he is not exploring any adjustments to the country's capital gains tax at this time.
Hong Kong and China's stock markets rose.
Futures in the US declined.
Stocks in the US dipped on Friday as job growth statistics dropped short of expectations but indicated an increase in profits.
Price pressures, such as rising wages and rising energy prices, are bolstering the argument for tighter monetary policy
The Federal Reserve is likely to begin cutting asset purchases in the coming weeks, while policymakers at the Bank of England moved to reaffirm signs of an impending interest rate hike to combat inflation.
Treasury futures dipped on Friday when the 10-year US Treasury yield surpassed 1.6%.
The price of West Texas Intermediate crude was near its highest level since 2014.
The dollar index remained stable.