Global equities declined on Monday as a result of a string of explosions in the Ukrainian capital and heightened anxiety about the future of the economy.
Which led investors to seek refuge in safe haven assets like the dollar and Treasuries.
Data released on Friday that showed unemployment decreased in September dispelled any hope that the Federal Reserve would adopt.
This indicates that the labour market is not being adversely affected by high inflation.
The dollar remained stable versus a basket of currencies, but many market-based indicators of investor risk aversion revealed yet another rise.
At least five people were killed by Russian missile attacks throughout Ukraine on Monday during rush hour.