When Chen Yang was fresh out of university, China’s government rarely failed to protect lenders and borrowers.
JPMorgan Asset Management Opts for Full China Bond Inclusion
Morgan Stanley Abandons 2019 Fed-Hike Call, Cuts Yield Forecast
Vanguard Opts for Limited Addition of China's Bonds to Its Funds
Japan’s Government Bonds Have a Cute Sales Mascot, But Only One Buyer Matters
Three U.S. Job Gauges to Watch as Markets Project a Fed Rate Cut
Three Props for the Dollar's 2018 Rally Seen Reversing This Year
Stocks have barnstormed their way into 2019, but investors may soon enter a “show me the money” phase.
China's Double Edged Sword: How to Lure Cash But Keep Control
Mizuho Foreign-Bond Misadventure Follows Mass Japan Shift Abroad
China Opens to Foreign Credit Raters to Boost Bond Credibility
Goldman Strategist Sees Yen Soaring to 60 Per Dollar Next Crisis
Investors appeared to not have seen the coupon-payment failure coming, with prices on QPIG’s $300 million bond due in 2020.
Goldman Pushes Back Against Pushback on Its Dollar-Short Call
All of a Sudden, the New Year Market Rally Looks Under Threat
The Dark Case for Both QE, QT Being Bad. And Treasuries as Haven
There may be plenty of reason for caution with regard to stocks and credit.
“The equity bull market will be back. It never left,”Allen Sinai says.
Fed Shadow Rate at 5.45% Shows Stock Rout Justified, SocGen Says
Trump Says Buy the Dip. And Why Not, at Valuations Like These?
Market Focus on Fed in 2019 May Be All About the Balance Sheet