LONDON (Reuters) – World stocks clawed back towards record highs on their third day of gains on Thursday as the dollar dropped to a three-year low, after top Federal Reserve and EuropeanCentralBank officials attempted to talk down rising bond market yields.
Investing the state’s revenues from oil and gas production and managed by a unit of Norway’s central bank, the Government Pension FundGlobal is one of the world’s largest investors in equities, bonds and real estate ... It initiated a dialogue with 16 banks on how ...
The BudgetReview said government borrows most of the financing it needs by issuing bonds sold to foreign investors, banks, insurers, and pension funds ... It said domestic banks in turn have increased their share of government bond holdings from 16.8% in January 2020 to 22% in December 2020.
A rally in banking stocks ... Among sectors, banks, media, metals and realty indices gained the most ... “The global market was mixed, not very convinced that world central banks like the US Fed will maintain a flexible monetary policy even during rising bond yield and inflation.
AxisBank was the top gainer in the ... The global market was mixed, not very convinced that world central banks like the FED will maintain a flexible monetary policy even during rising bond yield & inflation,” Vinod Nair Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services said.
On global market outlook Nair added, "The global market was mixed, not very convinced that world central banks like Fed will maintain a flexible monetary policy even during rising bond yield and inflation ... 8.80 crore), YESBank (Shares traded ... 3.54 crore), Bank of Baroda (Shares traded ... Bank stocks had a solid day.
Markets regulator Sebi also asked the bourse to explain why it did not migrate trading to a disaster recovery site after facing connectivity issues ... There were no trading glitches ... The global market was mixed, not very convinced that world central banks like the Fed will maintain a flexible monetary policy even during rising bond yield and inflation.
Dr Reddy's was the top loser in the Sensex pack on Monday, declining 4.77 per cent, followed by M&M, Tech Mahindra, IndusInd Bank, Axis Bank and TCS...World shares retreated amid rising bond yields and a rally in select commodities, with investors monitoring the progress of the USD 1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill in the US.
AT-1 bonds have call option at the end of five years and offer yield of 200 to 300 bps higher than bank fixed deposits ... However, increasing leverage (through ‘sophisticated’ AT-1 bonds) to enhance banks’ capital, is eerily reminiscent of the advocacy for increasing arms sales to bolster world peace!.
Bank of America’s monthly investor survey this week showed global fund managers were now almost fully invested, reporting the lowest cash positions since just before the Fed first mooted tapering its post-banking crisis bond purchases in 2013 ... If Fed bond buying via creation ...