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    King dollar's decline ripples across the globe

    Reuters - 07/28/2020

    - An accelerating decline in the U.S. dollar is reverberating around the world, adding fuel to a global momentum rally that has boosted prices for everything from technology stocks to gold.

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    Fear factor: Investors rush into gold and other havens as stocks near highs

    Reuters - 07/22/2020

    Investors are piling into haven assets such as gold, the Swiss franc and cash as U.S. stocks approach all-time highs, looking to hedge big moves in equities amid economic uncertainty and a resurgent coronavirus pandemic. Prices for gold are up 22% this year and stand near record levels, as the metal draws investors seeking shelter from a potential reversal in stocks.

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    Virus worries and FOMO drive options bets on surging tech giants

    Reuters - 07/14/2020

    Options investors are ramping up bets on some of this year's biggest winners, including Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) , Netflix Inc (NFLX) and Tesla Inc (TSLA) , even as they turn cautious on the wider market amid a resurgent U.S. coronavirus outbreak.

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    Investors are waking up to a possible Biden victory in U.S. presidential election

    Reuters - 07/02/2020

    Investors are increasingly preparing for market volatility ahead of the U.S. presidential election, with some shifting stock positions and selling the dollar, as Democratic contender Joe Biden maintains a lead against President Donald Trump in opinion polls.

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    Investors are waking up to a possible Biden victory in U.S. presidential election

    Reuters - 07/01/2020

    Investors are increasingly preparing for market volatility ahead of the U.S. presidential election, with some shifting stock positions and selling the dollar, as Democratic contender Joe Biden maintains a lead against President Donald Trump in opinion polls.

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    Wall Street's 'fear gauge' jumps on fears of coronavirus resurgence

    Reuters - 06/11/2020

    The Cboe Volatility Index, known as Wall Street's "fear gauge," jumped to its highest level in more than a month on Thursday as concerns over a resurgence of the novel coronavirus pandemic felled U.S. stocks. The VIX rose to 40.79, its highest closing level since April 23. The S&P 500 ended 5.9% lower on Thursday.

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    Investors brace for market swings as Trump slips in election polls

    Reuters - 06/09/2020

    The U.S. presidential election is re-emerging as a potential risk to markets after a shift in polls that has seen President Donald Trump lose ground to Democrat Joe Biden. Concerns over election-fueled volatility have regained prominence in recent weeks, even as broader market swings have subsided and stocks have surged.

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    Relief rally or bear market bubble? For investors, it's hard to tell

    Reuters - 06/02/2020

    - What started as a bear market bounce in U.S. equities has transformed into one of the most dramatic rallies in memory, leaving investors looking to past rebounds, options markets and technical analysis for clues on how far it could run.

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    Wall Street climbs on stimulus hopes, as S&P, Nasdaq hit multi-month highs

    Reuters - 05/20/2020

    The three major averages on Wall St. notched their fourth gain in five sessions on Wednesday as investors again bet on a swift economic recovery from coronavirus-driven lockdowns and the potential for more stimulus measures from the Federal Reserve.

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    Wall Street climbs on stimulus hopes, as S&P, Nasdaq hit multi-month highs

    Reuters - 05/20/2020

    The three major averages on Wall St. notched their fourth gain in five sessions on Wednesday as investors again bet on a swift economic recovery from coronavirus-driven lockdowns and the potential for more stimulus measures from the Federal Reserve.

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    Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors prepare for more U.S. stock swings as states reopen

    Reuters - 05/16/2020

    Investors are bracing for more turbulence in U.S. stocks, as some states prepare to reopen their economies and global trade tensions rise. The Cboe Volatility Index , known as Wall Street's fear gauge, posted its biggest weekly gain in about two months, reflecting the S&P 500 index's 2.6% slide from its April 29 high.

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    Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors prepare for more U.S. stock swings as states reopen

    Reuters - 05/16/2020

    Investors are bracing for more turbulence in U.S. stocks, as some states prepare to reopen their economies and global trade tensions rise. The Cboe Volatility Index , known as Wall Street's fear gauge, posted its biggest weekly gain in about two months, reflecting the S&P 500 index's 2.6% slide from its April 29 high.

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    Investors prepare for more U.S. stock swings as states reopen

    Reuters - 05/15/2020

    Investors are bracing for more turbulence in U.S. stocks, as some states prepare to reopen their economies and global trade tensions rise. The Cboe Volatility Index , known as Wall Street's fear gauge, posted its biggest weekly gain in about two months, reflecting the S&P 500 index's 2.6% slide from its April 29 high.

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    Storm clouds gather over U.S. stocks as hopes of quick recovery fade

    Reuters - 05/14/2020

    - A lightning-quick rally in U.S. equities is showing cracks, as investors face mounting evidence that the economy's coronavirus-fueled woes may be far longer-lasting than many had anticipated.

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