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Market Rundown: Nov 5, 2021

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Good Morning.
The Dollar is strong again, starting to rally at about 2AM. Bonds are slightly firmer and stocks are up small. Gold is up a buck or two, having backed off from up $7 when the dollar was unchanged at 2AM. Oil is strong this morning and is pretty volatile on OPEC type news. Grains are mixed and Crypto is slightly softer.
GoldFix Podcast
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Bitcoin Brief
Be Careful: Lots of Good news and no pop. Reminds you of anything? -Run Time 4:50
**More Fake News: Kroger “reported” it was now accepting Bitcoin cash. Newswires picked it up without verifying it. And again, it appears to be completely a lie**
Guidance
 This morning’s labor market report is expected to show the U.S. added 450,000 jobs in October, according to the median estimate of a Bloomberg survey of economists. There will be particular attention paid to wage growth as bond investors look for second-round inflation effects from higher wage demands. A high headline number, showing the labor market getting closer to pre-pandemic levels, may also bring forward the timetable for a Fed rate rise. The unemployment rate is expected to tick lower to 4.7% and the participation rate to rise slightly to 61.7%, when the data is released at 8:30 a.m. -Bloomberg
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