‘South Africans need to reassess their finances to prevent sinking deeper into debt’

Savings expert and CEO of the SA Savings Institute, Gerald Mwandiambira, says South Africans need to reassess their finances in the midst of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic to prevent sinking deeper into debt. As many continue to feel the economic impact, the lockdown has seen some businesses closing their doors or retrenching staff. In the video below, Economist Mike Schussler talks about the looming retrenchments in SA: Many...

GF Securities Penalized for Role in Kangmei’s $12.6 Billion Fraud

By Wang Juanjuan, Liu Caiping and Denise Jia Brokerage house is banned from sponsoring listings for six months and from bond underwriting for a year as CSRC singles out 14 individuals for punishmentWant to know more on GF Securities Penalized for Role in Kangmei’s $12.6 Billion Fraud click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Caixin Global market news.Author: By Wang Juanjuan, Liu Caiping and...

Mexico’s Grupo Famsa cancels Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings for 2020 bond holders

Mexican retailer Grupo Famsa on Friday said it was withdrawing US Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings for the holders of its bond notes expiring in 2020.Want to know more on Mexico's Grupo Famsa cancels Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings for 2020 bond holders click here go to market news source. Nouvelles du marché du résumé du Nasdaq Commodity News.Author: Reuters

Bond Report: 30-year Treasury yield books biggest weekly drop in a month

US Treasury yields rebound on Friday as concerns about the impact of rising American coronavirus cases ebbed, pulling investors into stocks at the expense of government bonds. Want to know more on Bond Report: 30-year Treasury yield books biggest weekly drop in a month click here go to market news source. Nouvelles du marché du résumé de MarketWatch Stock Nouvelles. Auteur:

Fed’s corporate bond purchases slow in June

The Fed continues to slow its corporate bond purchases, buying only $1.3B in late June. The Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility was announced in late March to ensure the flow of credit in US financial markets. The central bank bought bonds issued by several hundred large companies, including PepsiCo (PEP +1.3%), AT&T (T +2.0%), and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B +2.3%), (BRK.A +2.1%), the Associated Press reports. Combined with purchases...

Big Tech went from growth stocks to Wall Street’s Treasury bond substitute during the coronavirus

Wall Street flocked into these names because they believe their business models can not only weather this downturn, but thrive in it.Want to know more on Big Tech went from growth stocks to Wall Street's Treasury bond substitute during the coronavirus click here go to market news source. Market news summary from CNBC Market News.Author:

TREASURIES-Longer-term yields climb on optimism about COVID-19 recovery

Longer-term US Treasury yields rebounded on Friday, following Wall Street higher as optimism about an antiviral drug to treat COVID-19 countered worries about the economic fallout from a record rise in coronavirus cases in the US. The yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note rose 2.8 points de base à 0.6332%, after dipping as low as 0.569% earlier in the Want to know more on TREASURIES-Longer-term yields...
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