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    • In this week’s Trade of the Week, IG market analyst Josh Mahony looks to go short gold with a stop-loss at $1,690 and a downside target at $1,615. He also looks at last week’s trade, which was short the DAX.        
    • Discuss today’s changes in stocks, and earnings announcements!      
    • Stocks in Asia staged an impressive rally following the gains on Wall Street on the first day of Q4. A surprisingly-dovish move from the RBA saw the central bank raise rates, but only by 25ps instead of the expected 50bps. The bank left the door open to more increases, but cited the recent rapid pace of tightening as a reason to ease off for the time being. European futures are pointing towards further gains after yesterday's positive session, which came after a weak period for stocks that ended Q3 on a poor note and left some indices at their lowest levels since 2020. Today's calendar is light on data, but includes speeches from three Fed officials and the president of the ECB.  
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