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“It is arduous to find bulls in the market and it seems to me that this game is about to become uglier.” Oil continued to be a drag on financial markets, with West Texas Intermediate back to $51 a.
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The overnight interest rates on repos backed by Treasuries traded to a four-month high near 0.25 percent on Thursday before easing to 0.19 percent on Friday. A week ago, they were at 0.09 percent. Some of the move on Friday was in anticipation of the long weekend, as U.S. bond markets are closed on Monday for the U.S. Columbus Day holiday.
Specter of a recession is raised as U.S.- China trade scuffle drags on. U.S. markets extended their month-long retreat Wednesday as investors accelerated their flight from equities for the.
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The market’s swings have been largely driven by two factors: developments in the U.S.-China trade dispute and investors jumping into bonds as they seek a safe place to park. has historically.
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NEW YORK, May 22 (Reuters) – Global equity markets slid on Wednesday as investors sought safety in bonds, the Japanese yen and Swiss franc amid renewed worries over the U.S.-China trade standoff.
Trade war and recession fears have caused nervous investors to seek refuge by piling into gold, government bonds and even bitcoin. "Even if US stock market sentiment were to start picking up,".
investors seek safety in bonds, alarming U.S. markets that a recession may be in the offing U.S. markets extended their month-long retreat Wednesday as investors accelerated their flight from equities for the relative safety of bonds, reflecting concerns.
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Haworth said there were signs investors were trying to "find the bottom in this market." The market’s swings have been largely driven by two factors: developments in the U.S.-China trade dispute and investors jumping into bonds as they seek a safe place to park money amid growing concerns about the global economy.
Small investors seek shelter in volatile market santa cruz Sentinel. San Mateo , San Jose , Motley , Europe , China . Investors seek safety in bonds, alarming U.S. markets that a recession may be in the offing Washington Post.