Dollar Debt Will Be Elusive to Turkey as U.S. Sanctions Bite
August 21, 2018

The summer holiday in the bond market may be a long one for Turkey.

New dollar issuance, including government and corporate-sector bonds, has dried up, with no sales recorded since April, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. And with corporate-bond Continue reading

Yuan Gains After PBOC Move, Asian Stocks Climb: Markets Wrap
August 21, 2018

The yuan extended gains following a rally triggered by a surprise China central bank move to make it more expensive to bet against the currency. Asian stocks advanced Monday as the earnings seasons rolls on.

The offshore yuan built on Continue reading

Argentina Names New Central Bank Chief as Peso’s Plummet Worsens
July 11, 2018

Argentina’s central bank is getting a new chief after the monetary authority failed to stop the peso’s plunge despite obtaining the biggest loan in the history of the International Monetary Fund.

Luis Caputo, previously the finance minister, will take over Continue reading

WorldsBig-Three Central Banks to Meet With Different Agendas
June 10, 2018

The world’s three most powerful central banks convene next week, with the U.S. Federal Reserve setting the pace in a retreat from the era of easy money.

Three meetings within 36 hours of each other are set to conclude with Continue reading

The $300 Billion FAANG Surge Lives Another Week
June 10, 2018

The world’s favorite stocks fought through to their seventh rally in nine weeks, though not without landing a few blows on traders.

For about 24 hours on Thursday and Friday, losses in the FAANG block looked liable to snowball, bringing Continue reading

Tesla Asks for Model 3 Factory Volunteers to Prove Haters Wrong
April 2, 2018
  • Some Model S and X workers may switch to Model 3 line Friday
  • Reaching goal would be ‘incredible victory,’ executive says

Tesla Inc. exhorted its factory workers to prove wrong the “haters” betting against the company and is letting a Continue reading

What Market Players Are Saying on Departure of Grown Up’ Cohn
March 24, 2018

The resignation of globalist financier Gary Cohn as top White House economic adviser roiled markets Wednesday, sending the dollar down against the yen and U.S. stock futures lower. While global equities recovered from a trade-induced blow last week, market players Continue reading

Asian Stocks Fall as Traders Await Powell Hearing: Markets Wrap
March 20, 2018

Asian stocks started March on a weak footing after U.S. shares tumbled in afternoon trading Wednesday. Treasuries and the dollar held gains as traders awaited a second appearance from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, whose comments riled markets earlier this Continue reading