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- Medvedev: The future goal should be the complete disintegration of the Ukrainian regime
- Ukraine to stop exporting electricity to EU from October 11
- Media says Germany supports joint issuance of EU bonds, which German government denies later
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- GoldSpot gold accelerated its decline, falling all the way from 1699.89 to a minimum of 1665.50, and finally closed down 1.69% at $1668.15 per ounce. The World Gold Council pointed out that gold continued to be under pressure, with further outflows from gold ETFs in September. Spot silver fell more than 3% during the session, and finally closed down 2.46% at $19.64 per ounce.📝 Review:Gold prices fell more than 1 percent on Monday as a rally in the dollar and bets on aggressive rate hikes by the Federal Reserve pushed non-yielding gold to its lowest level in a week. Gold has fallen for a fourth straight session in what could be its worst stretch since mid-August.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 1669.33, the target price is 1654.07.
- ForexOn Monday (October 10), the US dollar index stood at 113 and closed up 0.381% at 113.16. The Russian ruble fell to 63 against the dollar for the first time since July 7. U.S. Treasury markets were closed on Monday for the U.S. Columbia Day holiday.📝 Review:The dollar rose for a fourth straight session on Monday as investors looked ahead to U.S. inflation data later in the week that could show price pressures in the world's largest economy remain high, putting the Federal Reserve's aggressive monetary policy on course continue until next year.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short EUR/USD at 0.97092, the target price is 0.96340.
- Crude OilCrude oil began to give back some of last week's gains. WTI crude oil closed down 1.95% at $91.03 per barrel; Brent crude oil closed down 2.14% at $96.66 per barrel.📝 Review:Oil prices fell nearly 2% on Monday, snapping a five-session winning streak as investors worried that an economic cloud could herald a global recession and hit fuel demand.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 89.757, the target price is 91.238
- IndiceU.S. stocks opened higher and moved lower for four consecutive days. The Dow closed down 0.32%; the Nasdaq closed down 1.04%, having fallen 1.3% during the session to its lowest level since September 2020; the S&P 500 closed down 0.75%. New energy vehicle stocks, popular Chinese concept stocks, and charging pile stocks topped the list. Rivian fell more than 7 percent. The U.S. Philadelphia Semiconductor Index fell more than 3%, hitting a new low since November 2020.📝 Review:U.S. stocks fell on Monday, with the Nasdaq posting its lowest close since July 2020, as investors worried about the impact of rising interest rates.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short the Nasdaq index at 10963.700, the target price is 10765.500
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