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Despite a record shattering 3.283 million Initial Jobless Claims yesterday, the stock markets continued to rally for the third consecutive day on expectations of the $2tn stimulus package getting approved
The US stock market saw its first consecutive daily gain after more than a month. This syncs up well with the first new bond issue in Asia that has also
The recently announced Fed Stimulus seems to have given markets some comfort as Monday saw a huge rally in the US. Investor sentiment remains upbeat on hopes that the US
Financial markets are rallying this morning after the US Federal Reserve announced new measures, implying unlimited quantitative easing to support the flow of credit to households and businesses. Treasuries had
As more countries lockdown to fight the spread of the virus, policy makers scramble to try and ward off what may be a deep global recession. E-mini S&P futures fell
A time it was, and what a time it was, it was A time of innocence A time of confidences (Bookends theme, Simon & Garfunkel) No Confidence has been instilled.
Stocks of many banks have taken a major hit in the last month as Central Banks cut interest rates to reduce the economic impact of the ongoing pandemic. The table
US Treasuries Sell-Off even as Stocks continue to fall; Airline Sector First To Be Hit By Coronavirus
Old and wise traders have always whelped young traders with a final mantra, when everything is falling, only one thing goes up, US treasuries. That did not happen yesterday...
Asian markets struggled on Wednesday despite stimulus spending plans announced by various governments as the threat from a global recession loomed. S&P Global has forecast a global recession this year and their
More setbacks are in store for Asian markets after Wall Street had its worst day since 1987 with travel lockdowns, social isolation and distancing impacting economic activity. This has forced
Asian Markets woke up to the below Fed announcements: Fed slashes target range for benchmark rates to zero to 0.25% Fed will hold rates near zero until confident that the
The Federal Reserve announced an emergency rate cut of 50 basis points on 3rd March 2020 amid growing concerns over the impact of the Covid-19 virus on the US economy.
Shandong Ruyi Techonology Group unexpectedly repaid bondholders on the maturity of its $345 million dollar bonds that came due on December 19. This comes against a backdrop of investor concerns
Germany plans to issue green bonds for the first time in 2020, joining its European peers such as France and Poland. The sovereign intends to sell about €10 billion in
The US Federal Reserve left the fed funds rate range unchanged earlier this week at 1.50% to 1.75%, indicating that it intends to remain sidelined for the moment. Both comments
China's Ministry of Finance issued $6 billion worth of dollar-denominated bonds earlier this week, less than a month after its €4 billion sale of euro-denominated notes. Both transactions were well
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) lowered one of its key interest rates for the first time since 2015, signaling further easing across the globe. China's central bank cut its
Ecuador's dollar bonds slumped to a record low amid doubts over repayment, as hopes of more loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) become diminished. The country's Congress had rejected
Tsinghua Unigroup Co., one of China’s most strategically important technology companies, has seen the price of its dollar-denominated bonds sink as investors expressed fears over the chipmaker's financial health. Its
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