Bond Market Pricing in at Least One Interest Rate Hike in 2022
The bond market is currently pricing in a 56.8% chance of a rate hike by December 2022.
Revenue Drops 40% at Goldman’s FICC Unit
“We didn't navigate the [fixed-income] market as well as we aspire to or as well as we have in the past," Goldman's CFO says.
Brexit Fears Roil Markets
The interest rate on the 10-year German government bond has gone negative for the first time.
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IMF Sees Trouble in Emerging Markets’ Debt Load
Emerging economies and bond markets need to prepare for an increase in corporate failures, says the IMF.
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Junk Bond Protections Find Deeper Bottom
Investors "continue to trade away protections and take on more risk in search of higher yields," says a Moody's analyst.
Corporate Bond Market Booming
The flurry of deals came after issuance virtually halted for nearly two weeks.
Banks Strong Enough to Ride a CRE Bubble
The Federal Reserve reports that valuation pressures in the CRE market are increasing but vulnerabilities in the U.S. financial system have moderated.
Bond Market Liquidity Precarious: BIS
A report by the Bank for International Settlements says bond market liquidity hinges on the actions of just a few fund managers.
Will China Let More Corporate Bond Issuers Default?
Overcapacity and depressed prices threaten many of the country's corporate borrowers, who have gorged on debt for six years.