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Daily Recap

Stocks sold off in Asia and Europe after the US's sharp drop yesterday.  The Asia Dow was down 0.77%, with Australia the only big gainer.  In Europe, prices fell even more before rallying into the close, as the STOXX 600 lost 0.77% as well. 


In the US, stocks opened higher, but almost immediately fell 200 Dow points before rallying back to the unchanged level.  Today's feature is again the 3%+ yields available on 10-year US notes, and the prospect of further rate increases.

Gold didn’t like the competition from higher rates and a higher dollar.  It fell $8; silver followed along, down 15 cents, and platinum lost a big $21.  Copper was about unchanged, and crude oil bucked the trend - up 0.3%.

The US dollar index closed above 91, up 0.46% at 91.19.  The 10-year note closed with a 3.02% yield - potentially big numbers for the both.

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