US and European stock futures have risen, oil prices are declining.

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Sydney, December 6, 2010 (FBC) US and European stocks rose sharply on Monday, with bonds delivering some of their recent gains and rising oil prices as Saudi Arabia increased its crude oil prices.

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MSCI Asia-Pacific shares outside of Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) were down 0.5% earlier in the day.

Japan’s Nikkei (.N225) is down 0.5%, despite a $ 490 billion stimulus package as the government seeks to boost its economic growth forecast. Read more

China’s Blue Chips (.CSI300) quoted state media Premier Lee Keqiang as saying that Beijing ‘s RRR will be reduced “in time” after a profit of 0.6%.

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Wall Street was looking to rally after Friday’s slide, with the S&P 500 up 0.4% and the Nasdaq up 0.1%. EUROSTOXX 50 is up 1.1% for the future and 0.8% for the FTSE.

Although the US wage bill was very low in November, the survey on households jumped by 1.1 million jobs was strong and unemployment fell to 4.2 percent.

“We think the federation will look at the economy more fully than previously thought,” said Barclay Economist Michael Gappen.

“So we look forward to accelerating the December meeting, followed by the first price hike in March. We expect to see three 25-point increase in 2022.”

The futures market is fully priced to move up to 0.25% in May and 0.5% in November.

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Falcon Perspective One of the reasons BofA’s chief investment strategist, Michael Hartnet, is looking forward to 2022 equity, “shock rate” and strengthening financial conditions.

It supports real estate, real estate, commodities, volatility, cash and emerging markets, and can compete for bonds, loans and stocks.

For now, short-term treasury products are booming, but the fact that investors have already started to rise higher means that economic growth and inflation over time and lower for the fund.

Ten-year U.S. stocks fell 13 points last week to 1.38%, down from a two-year low this year. U / S

The rise in short-term rates has helped keep the U.S. dollar afloat, especially on growth-related currencies that are seen as vulnerable to the widening of the omitro range.

The US dollar traded higher against the Australian and New Zealand dollars for 13 months, but the index was relatively stable at 96.214.

The euro dropped to $ 1.1294, still higher than its recent entry of $ 1.1184, and the dollar continued to hover around 113.00.

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Bitcoin, which was down to $ 41,967 at the end of the week, ended at $ 48,954.

On commodities, gold has received some support in the long-term bond deficit but has been trading sideways in the $ 1,720 / 1,870 range for several months. Earlier Monday, it was stable at $ 1,784 ounces.

Saudi Arabia’s oil exports to Asia and the United States have soared after rising oil prices, which appear to have hampered talks between the United States and Iran over a renewed nuclear deal.

Brent rose from $ 1.34 to $ 71.22 per barrel, while US crude rose from $ 1.39 to $ 67.65.

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Reporting by Wayne Cole; Correction by Sam Holmes

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