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  • The Wall Street Journal11 hours ago

    [$$] Stock Investors Seek Shelter Overseas

    Investors are returning to emerging markets, hoping to find bargains after one of the worst selloffs in years. Flows into developing countries’ stocks and bonds surged in November to $33.9 billion, their highest level since January, data from the Institute of International Finance showed. After years of double-digit returns, emerging markets have been slammed in 2018 by a host of concerns, from a stubbornly strong dollar to a trade conflict between the U.S. and China.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Rise Again on Growth Concerns

    U.S. government bond prices climbed Friday after data showing strong wage growth and low unemployment failed to assuage investor concerns about trade tensions and slowing growth. Yields, which fall when bond prices rise, slipped throughout the afternoon Friday as stocks tumbled, pushing investors to the safety of U.S. government debt. The move reversed an early climb that accelerated after the Labor Department said that U.S. employers slowed their pace of hiring in November, adding 155,000 jobs—below the 198,000 predicted by economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal.

  • Stocks drop 4 percent in rocky week on trade, growth worries
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Stocks drop 4 percent in rocky week on trade, growth worries

    Wall Street capped a turbulent week of trading Friday with the biggest weekly loss since March as traders fret over rising trade tensions between Washington and Beijing and signals of slower economic growth.

  • Stocks drop 4 percent in rocky week on trade, growth worries
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Stocks drop 4 percent in rocky week on trade, growth worries

    Worries that the testy U.S.-China trade dispute and higher interest rates will slow the economy have made investors uneasy, leading to volatile swings in the market from one day to the next. On Monday, news that the U.S. and China had agreed to a 90-day truce in their escalating trade conflict drove stocks sharply higher, adding to strong gains the week before. The next day, as doubts mounted over the likelihood of a swift resolution to the trade dispute, stocks sank.

  • Dow's recovery helps shore up markets around the world
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Dow's recovery helps shore up markets around the world

    Shares rebounded in Europe and Asia on Friday as worries over U.S.-China trade friction were calmed by conciliatory comments from Beijing. Attention was turning toward upcoming U.S. jobs data. KEEPING ...

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Wild Markets Pinch Trading, Vexing Investors

    Stocks surged in the late afternoon after The Wall Street Journal reported that Federal Reserve officials were considering stepping back from their predictable pace of quarterly interest-rate increases, reassuring investors who worried the central bank was on an overly aggressive path. An imbalance of buyers and sellers disrupted trading among bonds and other assets early in the session, traders said, spurring larger-than-average price fluctuations. The diminished liquidity is making it harder to buy and sell stocks, bonds and oil futures and exacerbating swings in the year’s final weeks, when markets are typically more subdued.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] US stock futures lower ahead of jobs data

    US stock futures pointed lower on Friday ahead of monthly data on the health of the labour market. The US Labor Department’s report on the pace of hiring in November will be the latest indicator for the nation’s economy. It comes less than two weeks before the Federal Reserve is expected to boost interest rates for the fourth time this year at its December policy meeting.

  • US stocks claw back from an early plunge on Fed report
    Associated Press4 days ago

    US stocks claw back from an early plunge on Fed report

    U.S. stocks clawed most of their way back from a deep slide Thursday that at one point had wiped out the market's gains for the year.

  • Barrons.com4 days ago

    The S&P 500 Is Close to a ‘Death Cross’ as the Stock Market Is in Tatters

    The S&P 500’s 50-day moving average hasn’t fallen below its 200-day since April 22, 2016, says Dow Jones Market Data

  • Asian shares skid as Huawei CFO arrest revives trade jitters
    Associated Press4 days ago

    Asian shares skid as Huawei CFO arrest revives trade jitters

    Asian stock prices skidded Thursday following the arrest of a senior official at Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei that could derail progress in China-U.S. trade talks. KEEPING SCORE: Hong Kong's ...

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Investor Anxiety Outweighs Good Economic Data in Market Rout

    The volatility sweeping financial markets this week underscores investors’ growing unease about the durability of the nearly decadelong bull market, even as most economists see little risk of near-term recession. There is, overall, “a lot of tension in the air,” said Wen Lu, a U.S. rates strategist at TD Securities in New York.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Economic Doubts Drag U.S. Treasury Benchmark Rate Further Below 3%

    A weekslong rally in government bonds has pushed the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note below 3% for the first time since September, signaling some investors are increasingly worried about the pace of U.S. growth. This year’s climb in the 10-year yield—which helps set borrowing costs for companies, consumers and state and local governments—has stalled in recent weeks, weighed down by trade tensions, stock swings, falling oil prices and concerns that an economic slowdown outside the U.S. could weigh on the expansion here. Government bonds rallied after the U.S. and China reached a 90-day trade truce, and gained further Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 800 points.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    The Stock Market Is Closed Today to Honor George H.W. Bush. Here’s What You Need to Know

    U.S. flags will fly at half-staff, and U.S. markets, including trading on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, will grind to a halt in honor of the 41st president of the United States.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Whack-a-mole turns grim for investors

    FT subscribers can click here to receive Market Forces every day by email. marks a pivotal step towards an eventual peace deal, the Treasury bond market has upped the ante with a grim prediction for the current economic and market cycles. towards inversion territory represents a shot across the bows of the equity and credit markets, and as I explain lower down, it’s an early warning call for asset allocation for 2019.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Hard to ignore falling global bond yields

    FT subscribers can click here to receive Market Forces every day by email. Given the inferior performance of global stocks versus the S&P 500 so far this year, one can argue that Wall Street is perhaps recognising that there are limits to US exceptionalism. Beyond the US, it has been looking pretty gloomy for many global equity markets since the summer.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Shortlived market respite puts investors on edge

    The market reprieve triggered by the US Federal Reserve’s perceived dovish turn on rate rises and a tentative Sino-American entente on trade has proven shortlived, setting investors up for a nail-biting end to an already stressful year. Last week, the US stock market had its best weekly performance since 2011. Two of the primary bugbears that have plagued financial markets this year remain: fears over rising interest rates and concerns over trade.

  • Asia shares sink after Wall Street sell-off
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Asia shares sink after Wall Street sell-off

    Asian stocks sank Wednesday after Wall Street plunged amid confusion about what Washington and Beijing agreed to in a tariff cease-fire. KEEPING SCORE: Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 1.6 percent to 26,840.74 ...

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] U.S. Government Bonds Gain as Stocks Sink

    U.S. government bond prices rose Tuesday, pushing the yield on 10-year Treasury notes further below 3%, as investors sought safer investments during the stock-market selloff. Yields, which fall when bond prices rise, declined along with stock prices as investors—including pensions, individuals and mutual funds—turned to less risky assets amid unsettled markets, analysts said. The rally in bonds intensified as major stock indexes extended losses during the trading session.

  • Barrons.com6 days ago

    Dow Drops 799 Points Because Everything Good Is Bad Again

    The market is reconsidering whether a dovish Federal Reserve and a window for trade talks between the U.S. and China are actually good news.

  • Asian stocks slip on worries over US-China tariffs truce
    Associated Press6 days ago

    Asian stocks slip on worries over US-China tariffs truce

    Asian shares were mostly lower Tuesday as investors questioned if a 90-day truce in a tariffs battle will allow the U.S. and China to resolve a range of issues from technology development to trade. WALL STREET: A cease-fire in a trade dispute between the world's two largest economies lifted major U.S. indexes on Monday. U.S-CHINA TRUCE: On Saturday, a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping ended with a verbal agreement to hold off on further tariffs for at least 90 days.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Treasury rally pushes 10-year yield to near 3-month low

    The rally in US Treasuries picked up pace on Monday, pulling down long-term yields, as investors continue to dial back expectations for a potentially faster pace of interest rate rises from the Federal Reserve next year. The yield on the benchmark 10-year note fell as much as 4.2 basis points to 2.9715 per cent, the lowest level since mid-September. The markets have been scaling back their bets that the Fed will raise interest rates beyond the three it has forecast for 2019 after bank chair Jay Powell said last week that borrowing costs were “just below” neutral — a level economists view as one in which monetary policy is neither helping nor hindering economic growth.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] US yield curve flattest since July 2007

    The widely-watched US “yield curve” has hit a new 11-year low as traders gird themselves for the Federal Reserve raising interest rates at its upcoming meeting later this month, and start to factor in slower economic growth in 2019. The yield curve consists of slope made up of yields of Treasury bonds of various maturities. Depending on how you measure it, the US yield curve has “inverted” ahead of every recession since WWII, making it a widely-followed market indicator for the economy.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    [$$] Fed chief Powell’s dovish comments keep investors guessing

    Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell’s more dovish stance helped buoy stocks last week, and briefly tipped the 10-year US Treasury yield below the 3 per cent mark again for the first time since mid-September. The question is whether US government debt can rally and keep yields below that level.

  • Asia shares mixed ahead of Trump-Xi meeting at G-20 summit
    Associated Press10 days ago

    Asia shares mixed ahead of Trump-Xi meeting at G-20 summit

    BANGKOK (AP) — Share prices were mixed Friday in Asia ahead of the planned meeting by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 summit this weekend.

  • Asian stocks gain after Fed chief hits rate rises may slow
    Associated Press11 days ago

    Asian stocks gain after Fed chief hits rate rises may slow

    BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks followed Wall Street higher on Thursday after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell suggested the pace of interest rate increases might slow.