Global equities hit five-month peak, bonds dip, as earnings season starts

World equity benchmarks hit a five-month peak and perceived safe -havens such as the dollar and US government bonds dipped on Monday as investors turned to second-quarter earnings for signs that corporate profits will recover from the economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic.Want to know more on Global equities hit five-month peak, bonds dip, as earnings season starts click here go to market news source. Market news summary...

TREASURIES-Yields rise, curve steepens as risk sentiment improves

Long-dated US Treasury yields increased on Monday as rising stocks reflected improving risk sentiment and as investors took advantage of last week's rally in bond prices to reset short trades and bets on renewed yield curve steepening. Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Monday, with the Nasdaq notching another record high as investors cheered signs of progress in COVID-19 vaccine development and an upbeat start to the...

UPDATE 1-AMC reaches agreement with bondholders to reduce debt by up to $630 million

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc said on Monday it had reached an agreement with bondholders to reduce its debt by up to $630 million, as the theater industry suffers from the impact of COVID-19 pandemic. Want to know more on UPDATE 1-AMC reaches agreement with bondholders to reduce debt by up to $630 million click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Reuters Market News. Author:

AMC reaches agreement with bondholders to reduce debt by up to $630 million

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc said on Monday it had reached an agreement with bondholders that would reduce its debt by up to $630 million, as it looks to reopen theatres after being shut for weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Want to know more on AMC reaches agreement with bondholders to reduce debt by up to $630 million click here go to market news source. Market news summary from...

Indonesia’s debt-sharing experiment worries rupiah investors

Indonesia's experiment to borrow money for free from the central bank has excited proponents of modern monetary theory and raised concerns about its effects on inflation and the rupiah. The "burden-sharing" agreement unveiled last week involves Bank Indonesia (BI) effectively buying about $28 billion worth of bonds the government plans to issue to finance its COVID-19 stimulus spending, while relinquishing interest payments. Want to know more on Indonesia's...

[TSE]Approval of Initial Listing (TOKYO PRO-BOND Market): List USD-Denominated Foreign Bond on TOKYO PRO-BOND Market with Value of USD 1.5 billion (The Metropolis of Tokyo)

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