Hot spot tracking

  • Fed officials continue to hawk
  • Russia extends restrictions on remittances abroad by residents of unfriendly countries
  • OPEC+ rumored to discuss production cuts at next meeting

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  • Gold
    On Thursday, spot gold first fell and then rose. The US market once rose to a high of $1,664.78, and finally closed up 0.04% at $1,660.57 per ounce; spot silver finally closed down 0.34% at $18.82 per ounce.
    📝 Review:Gold prices steadied on Thursday as a falling dollar offset higher U.S. bond yields and heightened concerns about the Federal Reserve's aggressive monetary policy.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 1663.49, the target price is 1641.61.
  • Forex
    The US dollar index fell sharply after rising to a high of 113.81 in European trading, and fell below the 112 mark, and finally closed down 0.68% at 111.94; the 10-year US bond yield rose to a high of 3.868% during the day, and then retreated Part of the increase, and finally closed at 3.781%.
    📝 Review:The dollar fell against a basket of major currencies. The dollar index was last down 0.4 percent at 112.148. Sterling rose sharply in choppy trading on Thursday, recovering from a record low hit on Monday, after the Bank of England bought British government bonds for a second day to stabilize financial markets.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short EUR/USD at 0.98212, the target price is 0.97520
  • Crude Oil
    In terms of crude oil, the two oils showed a volatile trend. WTI crude oil was close to the $80 mark, and finally closed down 0.34% at $81.60 per barrel; Brent crude oil was blocked at the $90 mark and finally closed down 0.73% at $88.50 per barrel.
    📝 Review:Oil prices ended lower in choppy trade on Thursday, topping $90 a barrel at one point, before retreating as traders weighed a worsening economic outlook and the possibility of an output cut by the OPEC+ alliance next week.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 81.184, the target price is 79.933.
  • Indice
    The rebound of US stocks did not continue yesterday. The Dow closed down 1.54%, the S&P 500 closed down 2.11%, and the Nasdaq fell 2.84%. Pharmaceutical stocks, new energy vehicle stocks, hotel and leisure stocks fell sharply.
    📝 Review:U.S. stocks ended sharply lower on Thursday on fears that the Federal Reserve's aggressive fight against inflation could hit the U.S. economy, and investors were also worried about volatility in global currency and debt markets. Tech giants Apple and Nvidia fell more than 4%, dragging the Nasdaq near its lowest level so far in 2022, hit in mid-June.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short The Nasdaq index at 11186.500, the target price at 11059.700.
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