Investing.com – Markets remain optimistic about the Fed after Friday’s Wall Street Journal article indicating the Fed’s intention to raise rates by only 50 basis points at the December meeting, which came in conjunction with dovish comments from the Fed member. , Mary Daly, who stated that the Fed will not continue to raise rates by 75 basis points, and that if this happens at the next November meeting, it will not continue.
It rose in today’s trading by 1.20%, adding 371 points so far, while the Nasdaq rose by 0.4%, and it rose for the largest 500 companies on Wall Street by 0.94%.
Tesla (NASDAQ:) fell 3.12% and now recorded at $207.78, as well as Lucid fell by 4.81% to record at $12.67 now, and Rivian fell by 2.91% and is now recording at $31.00.
While Apple (NASDAQ:) shares rose 1.53% to $149.54
At the same time, contracts declined by 0.19%, trimming the morning’s losses, which fell below $1650, to now record $1653 an ounce, while spot contracts recorded 1648.57, down by 0.55%.
The lowest level of the 112 is trading at 111,963 against a basket of foreign currencies, while the returns for 30 years, 10 years, and two years rise by 1.28%, 0.62%, 0.35%, respectively.
The 10-year treasury bond yield is now 4.238%, while the two-year treasury bond yield is 4.5068%.
It is now recorded at $84.65 a barrel, down by 0.48%, affected by the Chinese shutdowns that affect demand, while it records at $91.27 an ounce, down by 0.1%.