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  • Forex
    On Monday (November 7), due to the rise in market risk appetite, the US dollar index extended its decline and closed down 0.52% at 110.21. The euro against the US dollar returned to above the parity level, the pound against the US dollar rose above the three levels of 1.13, 1.14 and 1.15 successively, and the risk-sensitive Australian dollar against the US dollar also erased all losses during the Asian session, and the dollar against the yen once pushed the 146 mark.
    📝 Review:The dollar fell 0.91% against a basket of currencies on Monday; the euro and sterling both rose against the safe-haven dollar on Monday, helped by risk-on sentiment as investors digested positive euro zone data and looked to take profits from a stronger dollar.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:long GBP/USD at 1.15079, target price 1.16118
  • Gold
    Spot gold turned lower in U.S. stocks, falling below the $1,680 mark, and finally closed down 0.35% at $1,675.32 per ounce; spot silver touched $21 per ounce intraday, the first time since October 5, and closed down 0.2%. At $20.79 an ounce.
    📝 Review:Gold held steady near a three-week high hit in the previous session on Monday, buoyed by a weaker dollar, while investors looked ahead to U.S. inflation data later in the week that could influence the size of the Fed's rate hikes.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1673.73, the target price is 1702.23
  • Crude Oil
    Crude oil fell at the opening and turned up for a while during the session. WTI crude oil touched US$93 per barrel, but finally closed down 0.61% at US$91.87 per barrel. The market was slightly bullish on US oil prices before the US mid-term elections. Brent crude oil broke through $99 during the session, and finally closed down 0.62% at $97.96 a barrel.
    📝 Review:Oil prices ended lower on Monday, paring gains after hitting their highest in more than two months, boosted by slowing coronavirus restrictions; China's October crude oil imports rebounded to their highest level since May. The dollar fell against the euro on Monday, while the pound was supported by risk-on sentiment and a rebound in European stocks, which provided support for oil prices.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 91.162, the target price is 92.870
  • Indice
    It turned down in the intraday and turned up collectively in the late session. The Dow closed up 1.31%, the Nasdaq closed up 0.85%, and the S&P 500 closed up 0.96%. Pharmaceutical stocks and oil stocks were mostly higher, while cruise stocks and new energy vehicle stocks were among the top losers. NIO closed down about 6%, and Tesla closed down about 5%.
    📝 Review:U.S. stocks ended sharply higher on Monday as investors focused on Tuesday's midterm elections that will determine control of Congress, and shares in Facebook parent Meta Platforms surged ahead of news of layoffs.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:short the Nasdaq index at 10972.100, the target price is 10666.000

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