Most Asian equities and US futures fell as rising oil costs fueled inflation fears, pushing bond rates higher.
MSCI's Asia Pacific share index was set to fall for the first time in four sessions, as stocks in Japan, Hong Kong, and China fell.
US futures fell as American equities rose on Friday, with the S&P 500 having its best week since July as results boosted confidence.
Bond rates in New Zealand and Australia have risen after New Zealand's inflation has surged to its highest rate in ten years.
The yield on Australia's three-year bond increased by as much as 18 basis points, reaching its highest level since January.
Treasury rates continued to rise, while the dollar rose.
Energy prices continued to rise, with West Texas intermediate crude oil reaching a high of more than $83 a barrel for the first time since 2014. Brent has surpassed $85 per barrel, the highest level since 2018.
PBoC Governor Yi Gang said that authorities can control the dangers presented to the Chinese economy and financial system from the struggles of the China Evergrande Group.