Sunday Outlook: Global equities soar to new records, bonds hit 11-month lows

Gold, silver slump as U.S. political risks fade, yields gain

  
A passerby wearing a protective mask is silhouetted in front of a screen of blank prices on a stock quotation board after Tokyo Stock Exchange temporarily suspended all trading due to system problems, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Tokyo, Japan October 1, 2020.

A passerby wearing a protective mask is silhouetted in front of a screen of blank prices on a stock quotation board after Tokyo Stock Exchange temporarily suspended all trading due to system problems, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Tokyo, Japan October 1, 2020.

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Global equities soar to new records, bonds hit 11-month lows, on stimulus hopes
Oil traders continued to focus on Saudi Arabia's pledge to deepen production cuts

Oil rises to 11-month high, logs weekly gain on Saudi output cut
Rally in global equities also feeds appetite for risk

Gold, silver slump as U.S. political risks fade, yields gain
Spot gold fell as low as $1,828.36 and was last down 3.6% at $1,843.06 per ounce

Dollar retreats from weekly high after U.S. jobs report
Additional fiscal stimulus expected

Mideast Stocks: Major markets log weekly gains; Qatar leads day's gains
First Abu Dhabi Bank lifts Abu Dhabi index


 

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