Sunday, May 19, 2019

Tag: Sell Off

Bonds bloodied as Trump spending plans spur dollar

Routs in global bonds and emerging markets intensified, while the dollar climbed with base metals as investors positioned for the wave of fiscal stimulus that Donald Trump has pledged to unleash. The yield on 30-year Treasuries rose to the highest since January, with last week’s record debt selloff bleeding into...

HSBC: There’s Now a Very High Chance of a Severe Fall In U.S. Stocks

The technicals don't look good. Yesterday's big stocks drop may have just been the beginning. Or so says HSBC Holdings Plc technical analyst Murray Gunn. In a new note, Gunn says he is now on alert for a big dip in U.S. equities. "With the U.S. stock market selling off aggressively...

Washington Tries to Break BRICS – Rape of Brazil Begins

Washington's regime change machinery has for the time being succeeded in removing an important link in the alliance of large emerging nations by railroading through a Senate impeachment of the duly elected President, Dilma Rousseff. On August 31 her Vice President Michel Temer was sworn in as President. In...

Italy Said to Seek Opening to Fund Lenders With $44 Billion

Italy, which failed to gain European Union approval for a bad bank just months ago, is considering ways to inject funds into some of its lenders after the U.K.’s vote to leave the trade bloc sparked a fresh selloff, according to people with knowledge of the talks. The government is...

Foreign Central Banks Jettisoning US Debt at Alarming Pace; Buying Gold

Continuing a trend that started last year, central banks around the world are dumping US debt at a record pace. Central banks sold off a net $17 billion in US Treasury bonds in March. Sales set a record in January, hitting $57 billion. China, Russia, and Brazil led the way,...

U.S. debt dump deepens in 2016

Central banks are dumping America's debt at a record pace. China, Russia and Brazil sold off U.S. Treasury bonds as they tried to soften the blow of the global economic slowdown. They each sold off at least $1 billion in U.S. Treasury bonds in March. In all, central banks sold a...

Revealed: Saudi Arabia owns $117 billion of U.S. debt

One of the biggest mysteries in global finance was just revealed: How much U.S. debt Saudi Arabia owns. Saudi Arabia stockpiled $116.8 billion of U.S. Treasuries as of March, the Treasury Department announced on Monday, ending four decades of keeping the figure secret. That makes Saudi Arabia the 13th largest foreign...

This Is The Longest Uninterrupted Selling Streak In History – Smart Money Sells Stocks...

One week ago we were surprised to learn that no matter what the market was doing, whether it was going up, down or sideways, Bank of America's "smart money" (institutional, private and hedge funds) clients, simply refused to buy anything, and in fact had continued to sell stocks for...

The classified 28 pages: A diversion from real US-Saudi issues

The controversy surrounding the infamous “28 pages” on the possible Saudi connection with the terrorists that were excised from the joint Congressional report on the 9/11 attacks is at fever pitch. But that controversy is a distraction from the real problems that Saudi Arabia’s policies pose to the United...

Saudi Arabia, 9/11, and what we know about the secret papers that could ignite...

There is growing clamour for declassification of the pages along with allegations about attempts by the Saudis to keep their alleged role in the attacks hidden. Twenty-eight secret pages of a report locked away in a room in the Capitol in Washington lie in the centre of a crisis between...

Obama may be preaching tough love to Saudi – but arms sales tell another...

Despite his rhetoric, and his administration’s perceived shift toward Iran, Obama has not fundamentally changed the US status quo toward Saudi Arabia. When President Barack Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday for a meeting of Gulf leaders, he was greeted at the airport by the governor of Riyadh, instead...

Saudis threaten $750B asset sale, but experts question it

Saudi Arabia says it may sell off $750 billion in U.S. assets if a Congressional vote doesn't go its way, but experts question if the desert kingdom would carry out the threat — or if it even owns the assets. Last month, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told the White...

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