Overnight market review (April 27): Gold futures prices fell in midday trading in Asia on Wednesday, falling below $1,900 for a while. The dollar consolidated at its highest level in more than two years and suppressed demand for gold. Bringing into the U.S. market opened, U.S. stock index futures rose, Dow futures rose more than 200 points, Microsoft and Visa’s beautiful financial reports boosted market confidence, but Boeing’s weak financial report restrained the increase, and Google’s performance was generally expected to be in a hurry. Earnings season has cast a shadow over the prospect of accelerated monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve, and some analysts believe more strong earnings will be needed to support a further rally in stocks. Trading strategy deployment: It is recommended to go short at a high level.
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