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Debt ceiling talks in the US shook up the stock markets.
In the FOMC meeting minutes, officials had different opinions about US interest rates.
grade Watch was put on by Fitch for the US AAA grade. Negative because talks about the debt limit have stopped.
The US Treasury Secretary said again that the possible default date is early June.
Yields on US 2-year Treasury notes went up for the tenth day in a row. There is a 50% chance that interest rates will go up in June.
UK inflation was higher than expected, which was a surprise.
Nvidia's strong earnings beat and positive outlook caused its stock price to go up.
As expected, the RBNZ raised interest rates, and they said dovish things about it.
The price of iron ore hit a six-month low.
AUD/USD hit its lowest point in seven months.
Gold prices fell for the third week in a row.
Copper prices fell to their lowest level in six months, and the VIX index on Wall Street went up.
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