U.S. Equities fell from all-time highs, Treasuries tumbled and the US Dollar rallied after a strong jobs report clouded the Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate plans. Gold retreated. The S&P 500 Index fell in thin post-holiday trading to pare a weekly advance to 1.7%. The measure slumped as much as 0.9% after the jobs data signalled a vibrant labour market, but ground higher in the afternoon. Banks led the recovery after the 10-year Treasury yield retook 2% and two-year rates hit 1.85%. The US Dollar surged versus major peers. Gold fell toward $1,400 an ounce. The latest labour report delivered signs that the economy remains on track, countering some recent data that showed weakness in manufacturing. Stocks had rallied to records and bonds surged on market expectations that the central bank will lower interest rates by at least a quarter percentage point at its July meeting, though Fed Fund Futures showed traders trimming the amount of easing they expect.

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