Overnight Market Review (2022.7.7) Investors in global markets are worried about the possibility of a recession. Risk assets were bloody overnight. While crude oil fell by nearly 10%, most European and American stock markets also closed down. U.S. stocks staged a V-shaped reversal during the session and closed up in a thrilling manner, while pan-European stock indexes all fell by more than 2%.
On the other hand, safe-haven assets benefited. The U.S. dollar rose to a 19-year high, the U.S. Treasury yield curve also inverted, and the 10-year Treasury bond once rose to a high of 2.98%.
In the gold market, gold futures for August delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange closed down $37.60, or 2.10%, at $1,763.90 a barrel on Tuesday, the lowest closing price since early December.
Trading strategy deployment: it is recommended to go short at high levels
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