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After moving sharply lower over the past few sessions, treasuries showed a substantial rebound during trading on Wednesday. Bond prices moved notably higher early in the day and saw further upside as the session progressed.

Despite concerns about a global economic slowdown and the outlook for energy demand, crude oil prices rose sharply on Wednesday after data showed a dip in U.S. crude inventories in the week ended September 23rd. The dollar's sharp drop also contributed to the jump in oil prices.

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Gold futures settled sharply higher on Wednesday as the dollar tumbled and bond yields dropped after the Bank of England decided to intervene in the bond market by purchasing long-dated U.K. government bonds to address dysfunction in the gilt market.

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wallstreet sept13 28sep22 Stocks have moved sharply higher over the course of the trading day on Wednesday, regaining ground following recent weakness. The Dow and the S&P 500 are bouncing well off their lowest levels since late 2020.

Despite seeing a choppy ride, the Switzerland stock market ended on a firm note on Wednesday, thanks to some strong buying at several counters past mid afternoon.

The Treasury Department finished off this week's series of announcements of the results of its long-term securities auctions on Wednesday, revealing this month's sale of $36 billion worth of seven-year notes attracted above average demand.

The major European stocks closed higher on Wednesday, as investors reacted positively to the Bank of England's announcement that it would suspend its U.K. gilt selling next week and engage in temporary purchase of long-dated bonds for a couple of weeks, aiming to calm the market that has taken a hit after the government's mini-budget.

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