Stocks Rebound From Six-Week Low as Commodities Climb, Yen Falls

  • Dollar rallied this week as odds of a Fed rate-hike jumped
  • Gold on longest run of weekly losses this year; soybeans rise

Why RBC's Golub Thinks We Are in a Low-Yield Environment

Financial markets stabilized after being buffeted this week by speculation the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates. U.S. stocks erased a weekly decline, as commodity prices capped a gain, while the yen weakened on reduced demand for haven assets.

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