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George Soros says Europe should tap up an obscure bond used during the Napoleonic Wars to save itself from a coronavirus depression
Consols, also known as perpetual bonds, were used by the US in the 1870s and by the UK during the First World War.
BANK OF AMERICA: Stocks haven’t been this attractive relative to bonds in 70 years, suggesting further gains are coming
The stars have aligned for more stock gains, Bank of America says. The firm sees equities the most attractively valued in decades, versus bonds.
JPMORGAN: These 5 stock- and bond-market risks could resurface as the government continues blockbuster stimulus efforts
The same risks also arose during the financial crisis JPMorgan said, but record deficits and a different policy toolkit escalate the bank's concerns.
The UK sells negative-yield bonds for the first time — days after the Bank of England dismisses below-zero rates
Any change in the central bank's stance could boost the bonds' value. When interest rates fall, market yields follow and bond prices jump.
France and Germany’s $550 billion coronavirus rescue proposal is a 21st century Marshall Plan, but it could be dead before it even gets started
Germany and France proposed a $547 billion EU relief fund on Monday which proposes giving grants instead of loans.
Warren Buffett’s airline sales had a ‘dramatic effect’ on industry financing, United’s finance boss says
News of the famed investor's exit from the airlines may have indirectly led to United Airlines scrapping a $2.3 billion fundraising.
Chesapeake has seen its market value fall more than 99% from $10.1 billion in 2015 to $125 million today, according to data from YCharts.
Billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya says the economy is ‘completely divorced’ from the stock and bond markets — and issues a warning fo...
In case there was any doubt of what Palihapitiya thinks of the stock market, in a tweet posted Monday night he said, "THE MARKET IS TOO DAMN HIGH."
‘The greatest disconnect in history’: An investor who called the coronavirus sell-off warns of 2 market crashes this year
"It looks like bonds collapse first before stocks," investor Michael Gayed said in an interview with Marketwatch.
The market bottom is in, and 2021 could be a boom year for stocks, Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel says
The Fed has added more liquidity in the past eight weeks than was added in the entire year following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, Siegel said.