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The charts that matter: rising bond yields send markets into a tizz

Moneyweek 27 Feb 2021
Expect more turbulence as the market calls central bankers’ bluffStockmarkets. Expect more turbulence as the market calls central bankers’ bluffWith bond yields climbing and stockmarkets sliding, markets are hoping central bankers will step in again to repress interest rates – but that won’t ….

Nigeria’s VP Proclaims Blockchain And Crypto Will Challenge Current Finance

Inside Bitcoins 27 Feb 2021
He gave this statement during the Bankers’ Committee Summit for the Central Bank of Nigeria, or CBN ... In fact, he warned that the space will challenge centralized financial institutions, citing its ability to create smart contracts.

FTSE dives as inflation fears mount

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Feb 2021
Higher bond yields continued to push global stock markets lower despite attempts by central bankers to calm fears about rising inflation.Sponsored ... .

European Equities: A Week in Review – 26/02/21

FX Empire 27 Feb 2021
The Majors. After a run of mixed weeks for the European majors, it was a bearish final week in the week ending 26th February ... The upside in the week came in spite of central banker attempts to placate market fears of a possible shift in monetary policy. Advertisement. The Stats ... At the end of the week, however, numbers from France disappointed ... ....

Weekend Long Read: Why China Can't Put Off Pension Reform Any Longer

Caixin Online 27 Feb 2021
That’s why the former central banker has been committed to delivering warnings and giving policy proposals ... The parties include the central government, local governments, companies and individuals ... responsibility for pension liabilities can be passed onto the central government.

Former Swiss central banker throws in towel to lead OECD

Swissinfo 26 Feb 2021
Former Swiss National Bank (SNB) chairman, Philipp Hildebrand, has pulled out of the race to become the next secretary-general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ... .

Expect more turbulence as the market calls central bankers’ bluff

Moneyweek 26 Feb 2021
US markets have seen sharp falls. © JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images. Are we heading for another bond market tantrum? The most important economic trend of the last 40 years is about to reverse ... Are we heading for another bond market tantrum?The last time the US central bank tried tightening the purse strings, the bond markets threw a tantrum ... .

Brace for volatility across asset classes: Lakshmi Iyer

The Times of India 26 Feb 2021
We would require the central bank to support at different intervals. It is not fair to expect the central banker to come in at every reaction because some of them are even globally led selloffs ... It remains to be seen how central bankers are going to do the balancing act.

US agrees in principle to S Korea’s partial release of Iran’s assets: Report

Press TV 26 Feb 2021
This is while Central Bank of Iran Governor Abdolnaser Hemmati has asserted that the Islamic Republic only allowed South Korea to remit its outstanding debt in the form of direct payment ... Iran’s top banker threatens legal action against South Korea. Iran’s Central Bank Governor ...

Use market crash as opportunity to dial risk if you missed it earlier: Maneesh Dangi

The Times of India 26 Feb 2021
The first phase of reflation trade is coming to an end and this is a phase when the economy is in a bad condition, central bankers are trying to douse the fire by keeping interest rates suppressed and flooding the economy with a lot of money.

Nigeria needs to regulate cryptocurrencies, not ban them: vice president

Metro USA 26 Feb 2021
The central bank has argued that cryptocurrencies, which are unregulated and not legal tender, are risky for the user ... But addressing top bankers at an online meeting also attended by central bank governor Godwin Emefiele, Osinbajo also said disruption creates efficiency and progress, as has been seen in other sectors.

In a Flash, U.S. Yields Hit 1.6%, Wreaking Havoc Across Markets

Yahoo Daily News 26 Feb 2021
Locked in the same patterns for months by the Covid-19 crisis, markets appear to have begun a long-awaited repricing process, as trillions of dollars of federal spending and positive vaccine results boost odds developed countries will heal faster than central bankers expected.

US dollar climbs on bond sell-off, risk currencies slide

Hong Kong Standard 26 Feb 2021
... central banks have signalled ... "But I think we're going to continue to see central bankers pushing against the notion of earlier-than-expected policy reversal and that, alongside an unwind of some end-month uncertainty, will provide a more constructive backdrop for the.