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The note comes after Credit Suisse, Citigroup and Standard Chartered stated over days that they will stop accepting Adani bonds as collateral for margin loans.
Major Wall Street indices closed in the red on Monday as investors and traders remained wary of rising bond yields. The 10-year U.S. treasury yield closed 11 basis points higher while the yield on the 2-year notes rose 18 basis points. The Nasdaq Composite closed 1% down while the S&P 500 ended 0.61% lower.
Markets Core bonds suffered a massive hangover on Monday. Ridiculously strong US data last Friday caused a further repricing in favour of central bank guidance, particularly in the US where money markets now discount a 5-5.25% terminal rate. The move ran its course uninterrupted by other data releases and with the backing from the likes […]
Inflation has peaked. This will bring central banks back to a more moderate interest rate policy. Against this backdrop, bonds offer higher returns than in more than a decade. But equities also have potential again after the massive corrections of 2022. In particular, value and dividend stocks appear to be best positioned. Read more in the latest «Guide to the Markets» of J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
The significance of private Chinese property developers on the global real estate scene will continue to dwindle in the next few years, as they are overshadowed by their state-owned counterparts. Rating agencies and analysts note the rapid decline of offshore dollar bond issuance by Chinese property participants.
We’ve seen the markets take a breather recently and that is hardly surprising considering the year-to-date rally. Stocks charged out the gate in 2023 as if in a hurry to consign 2022’s annus horribilis to the history bins. Observing the sharp and abrupt shift in sentiment, BlackRock's bond chief Rick Rieder has called the surge "extraordinary." However, Rieder, who handles around $2.4 trillion in assets, is not quite ready to get the bull outfit on just yet. Given the widespread compression in p