Following the US midterm elections, the Dow Jones advanced 2.13 percent with more all-time highs to follow before the year ends.
The Fed held interest rates steady after its meeting last week amid a strong U.S. economy. However, one more hike is expected before the year ends.
Data show that economic changes since Trump's election are mostly positive, such as employment and unemployment rates, but Federal debt is rising.
There’s a market turnaround based on rising trade volume while gold’s step sum continues its advance.
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Global debt now at $245 trillion, the highest in history. The stock markets fell over 3 percent while gold rose 2 percent and bond yields head...
The FOMC reduced its balance sheet by $37.91 billion this month, and its quantitative tightening could trigger deflationary forces in the stock market.
The U.S. bond market is suffering and consumer price inflation is above the Fed’s 2 percent target.
Gold rose for the third consecutive week while oil prices fell. Markets are expected to remain volatile as the mid-term election is fast approaching.