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Mortgage securities rebound as Fed starts buying, concerns persist

   FILE PHOTO: The Wall St. Bull is seen standing on a nearly empty Broadway... 

Coronavirus worries and strife: Investors fear markets not out of woods despite big rally


   After a brutal meltdown, some investors have been wading back into U.S. stocks. But others are wary of another leg down as the coronavirus spreads and its economic impact is difficult to predict.
   Mar 29 2020
   People walk wearing masks outside The Federal Reserve Bank of New York in... 

Fed sets fee structure for BlackRock's role in mortgage bond purchases


   BlackRock Inc will earn less than $8 million a year in fees for its role assisting the Federal Reserve with its purchases of commercial mortgage-backed securities, one of the new programs the central bank is rolling out to backstop an economy under threat from the coronavirus outbreak, according to details of the arrangement released on Friday.
   Mar 27 2020
   FILE PHOTO: A Bank of America logo is pictured in the Manhattan borough of... 

'Maximum bearish': funds in record rush to cash in past week


   Investors rushed into cash and out of bonds at a record pace over the past week as the coronavirus pandemic caused mayhem in markets, BofA said on Friday, though it noted a key positioning signal at "maximum bearish" could signal a big rally ahead.
   Mar 27 2020
   FILE PHOTO: A sign for BlackRock Inc hangs above their building in New York 

Time to buy stocks again, market mavens say


   BlackRock, Credit Suisse and some other big banks reckon it is time to get back into equities after markets rallied this week following massive government and central bank stimulus packages to fight fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
   Mar 26 2020
   FILE PHOTO: A sign for BlackRock Inc hangs above their building in New York 

BlackRock says 'rebalancing into risky assets' after $2 trillion U.S. stimulus


   Asset manager BlackRock said on Thursday the market selloff had created significant value for long-term investors and told clients it now favored "rebalancing into risk assets".
   Mar 26 2020
   Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda attends a news conference in Tokyo 

Breakingviews - Bank of Japan gives lesson in perils of ETF buying


   The Bank of Japan has been an unhappy trailblazer in central banking. What happens to a central bank that has been buying equity exchange-traded funds since 2013 will fascinate peers who are resorting to ever more extreme measures to dig their economies out of a coronavirus-created hole. Among those particularly interested may be Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, who this week announced plans to buy ETFs that track high-grade U.S. corporate bonds.
   Mar 25 2020
   Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York 

Investors eye cracks in $4.4 trillion U.S. ETF market as sell-off rages


   Wild swings in asset prices have thrown a spotlight on liquidity in corners of the $4.4 trillion market for U.S. exchange-traded funds, which have played a key role for investors in Wall Street's coronavirus-fueled sell-off.
   Mar 24 2020
   Slovakia's Finance Minister Peter Kazimir attends the Asian Financial Forum... 

ECB purchases of exchange-traded funds can't be ruled out: Kazimir


   The European Central Bank might one day buy exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as part of its stimulus program but no decision on the matter has been made, ECB policymaker Peter Kazimir said on Tuesday.
   Mar 24 2020
   A Japanese flag flutters atop the Bank of Japan building under construction... 

Japan central bank loses billions on ETFs, may face annual loss


   The Bank of Japan on Tuesday acknowledged unrealized losses of 2-3 trillion yen ($18-$27 billion) on its holdings of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) after a rout in Japanese stock prices, raising the prospect it could post an annual loss this year.
   Mar 24 2020
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   After Moody's downgraded South Africa's investment rating to "junk" on Friday, the rand plummets - adding heaping further economic misery on Africa's most advanced economy. David Doyle reports.
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   Markets slide again on fear of long, global lockdown 01:18

Markets slide again on fear of long, global lockdown

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Hedge fund Fir Tree puts $410 million dislocation fund to work


   After years of waiting and watching from afar, hedge fund Fir Tree Partners is spending $410 million from its dislocation funds on stocks, pockets of the credit market and other securities, sure the historic market sell-off made new bargains.

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