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- Fed's Bostic: Baseline is 75bps rate hikes in November
- Yellen reportedly ready to remain Treasury secretary after midterm elections
- The U.S. Embassy in Russia advises U.S. citizens living in Russia to leave Russia as soon as possible
- Eighth round of EU sanctions on Russia released
- Bank of England announces temporary bond purchases
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- GoldOn Wednesday, spot gold rebounded before the U.S. market, rising nearly $50 from the daily low, and finally closed up 1.91% at $1,659.90 per ounce; spot silver rose with the U.S. dollar and finally closed up 2.74% at $18.88 per ounce. .📝 Review:Gold rose about 2 percent on Wednesday as a retreat in the U.S. dollar boosted its safe-haven appeal, but the prospect of sharp interest rate hikes kept non-yielding gold prices near 2-1/2-year lows.🕵️ Operation suggestion:short at 1657.67 position, the target point is 1639.15.
- ForexThe U.S. dollar index gave back all its gains and fell below the 113 mark, and finally closed down 1.29% at 112.71; the 10-year U.S. bond yield once exceeded 4% within a day, but plunged sharply before the U.S. market, and finally closed at 3.737%. The 2-year U.S. Treasury yield was close to falling below 4%.📝 Review:The U.S. dollar index was at 112.660 late Wednesday, having hit a 20-year high of 114.79 earlier. While the dollar initially rose broadly, it retreated sharply as the New York session progressed.🕵️ Operation suggestion:short EUR/USD at 0.97157 position, the target point is 0.96646.
- Crude OilIn terms of crude oil, the two crude oils rebounded sharply. WTI crude oil rebounded in the European market and recovered the US$80 mark, and finally closed up 5% at US$81.87 per barrel; Brent crude oil approached the US$90 mark and finally closed up 4.14%. At $89.21 a barrel.📝 Review:Oil prices rose for a second day on Wednesday, rebounding from recent losses as the dollar eased from recent gains and consumer demand rebounded after data on U.S. fuel inventories showed a larger-than-expected decline.🕵️ Operation suggestion:short at 81.298 position, the target point is 80.150
- IndiceThe Dow ended a six-day losing streak and closed up 1.88%, the Nasdaq closed up 2.05%, and the S&P 500 closed up 1.97%. Most sectors such as silver stocks, gold stocks, and oil and gas stocks rose. Star technology stocks strengthened. Netflix closed up about 9%, Alibaba closed up about 4%, and Amazon closed up about 3%.📝 Review:U.S. stocks ended sharply higher on Wednesday after a recent sell-off, helped by lower U.S. Treasury yields, but Apple fell on worries about iPhone demand. The S&P 500 rose for the first time in seven sessions, closing Tuesday at its lowest level since late 2020.🕵️ Operation suggestion:Short The Nasdaq index at 11466.800 position, the target point is 11198.500
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