Gold traded near its highest level in two weeks with the end of some investors betting on a decline in metal prices after the publication of the first weekly gain in a month sequentially. Platinum fell while offering palladium. More
Approached Brent and West Texas Intermediate crude for the first weekly gains since September, where two different analysts still whether OPEC will cut production to support prices, which are in the bear market. More
Italian government bonds rose for two weeks, to send the yield of the 10 year old to reach a record high, amid speculation that the European Central Bank will expand its asset purchase program to buy sovereign debt.
Global stocks advanced with the acquisition of oil and metals after China cut interest rates. The euro fell, while bonds gained in the region after Mario Draghi said the ECB should push inflation higher.
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