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Trump might veto stimulus

Stocks and oil moved higher while gold dropped. The US yield curve hit its highest since 2017, XRP slumped 25% while GBP/USD popped back over 1.35. *NOTE: This is the last daily market update for 2020, we will resume on January 4. Happy holidays!

Big Tech report Q3 results

The reaction to results from the biggest tech firms in the world after the close on Thursday has been mostly negative with investors focused on rising COVID cases and election uncertainty.

EUR/USD sinks to 19-month low

The euro fell to its lowest versus the US dollar since June 2020 in a sharp drop on Thursday caused by the ongoing strength in the dollar after the Fed meeting. Apple beat Q4 earnings estimates after hours.

Apple hits record high before earnings

The US dollar snapped a 3-day losing streak to end higher while stock indices dipped on Friday. Shares of Apple rose 9.4% across the week to reach a record high before its Q4 earnings release on Wednesday.

AAPL & AMZN pop before iPhone 12 & Prime Day

Monday was a big bullish day for global markets led by Chinese and US tech stocks in the lead up to the release of the new iPhone and Amazon Prime Day. Oil prices turned lower – as did the FTSE 100 after a new 3 tier lockdown was imposed in the UK.

Apple stock drops after Epic Games lawsuit ruling

Wall Street sank on Friday, led lower by Apple which fell after it lost its court case against Epic Games. The US dollar rose on speculation the Fed will begin tapering in November.