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World stock markets were fighting for a fourth day of gains on Thursday as a near one-year high in oil prices, a revitalized dollar and rising bond yields refocused attention on inflation and normalizing economies.
Riskier currencies such as the GBP, NZD, and AUD skyrocketed to multi-year highs. 10-year Treasury yields rose to the highest level in almost a year. Oil tries to rebound from its previous week's losses.
The US is set to deliver $1.9 trillion stimulus. Nasdaq retreated after Monday’s deep slump. Oil dropped because of an attack on the crude terminal in Saudi Arabia.
Yesterday, S&P surged to the all-time high of 3960, driven by Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill. Today the stock index has taken a break. Meanwhile, the US dollar is edging higher today, pressing down its peers.
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Asia-Pac stocks traded higher as regional bourses took their cues from the fresh all-time highs on Wall Street.
Stock indices S&P 500 and Nasdaq are falling for seven days in a row. The New Zealand dollar skyrocketed to almost two-years highs. Fed’s Powell held a meeting yesterday and said that the central bank wouldn’t tight its easing policy anytime soon.
EUR/GBP on track towards fresh nine-month lows. Cable stays on the hunt towards 1.4000 as the dollar keeps more vulnerable for now.