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What is relation between oil prices, gold, stock market and dollar prices ?

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Generally speaking, commodities and stocks react in opposite way to interest rate trend.  If long term interest rate is trending up due to inflation, then commodities prices tend to go up whereas stock prices generally is expected to decline.  When long term interest rate declines, the opposite is true.  John Murphy, Martin Pring and a few others have written about correlation among asset classes based upon economic cycle.

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