At the end of the Asian market on Tuesday (December 5), as the Fed's interest rate hike cycle approached its end, major investment banks made predictions about the Fed's interest rate cut path.
On Monday, U.S. bond yields rebounded slightly, with the 10-year U.S. bond yield falling more than 10 basis points to close at 4.257%; the two-year U.S. bond yield, which is more sensitive to Fed policy rates, rebounded even more to close at 4.635%. The U.S. dollar index recovered some of its lost ground after three consecutive weeks of declines and rallied to a one-week high, eventually closing down 0.436% at 103.65.
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Gold has fallen significantly after reaching a new high, and the suspicion of reduced production has boosted the downward trend of oil prices.
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The prediction for this week is that Gold is likely to continue its upward trend. This is due to the influence of lower interest rates, which reduce the opportunity cost of buying gold with zero yield.
Investors remain optimistic that the Fed has wrapped up its rate-hiking regime and that the economy is on track for a soft landing.
The Dollar slid against the Japanese Yen to 146.90 from 148.25 Friday weighed by a fall in US Treasury yields. The 10-year bond yield plummeted to 4.20% from 4.36% while the 2-year rate slid to 4.54% from 4.72%. Other global bond yields were lower.
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Visa Inc (NYSE: V) registered yet another day of notable progress on Wednesday, achieving a consecutive two-day surge. The company's stock exhibited a growth of 0.47%, concluding the day at an impressive closing price of $248.11. This upswing comes despite the stock being just shy of its annual peak of $250.06, which was recorded on September 13th.