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Outflows from bonds hit $99m in May

Dawn 29 May 2022
Uncertainty for foreign investors remained high in May as the outflows from domestic bonds reached over $99 million against an inflow of just $15m in the treasury bills (T-bills) ... It shows that no foreign investor was ready to take the risk of investing in long-term bonds.
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Want To Invest In Gold? Zerodha's Nithin Kamath Has A Suggestion | Mint

Live Mint 28 May 2022
He said that by choosing Sovereign Gold Bond, gold ETF and gold mutual funds ahead of digital gold an investor will be able to save an additional 5 per cent difference on buying and selling of gold ... On why Sovereign Gold Bonds are best among all possible gold investment options, ...
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China to further open bond market for foreign institutional investors

ECNS 28 May 2022
The country aims to increase the diversity of investors, while improving the liquidity and stability of its bond market, according to a statement jointly issued by the central bank and top securities and foreign exchange regulators.
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INVESTING EXPLAINED: What you need to know about credit default swaps - insurance against going ...

The Daily Mail 28 May 2022
A credit default swap, often referred to as a CDS, is a form of insurance against the possibility of default on a bond or a loan ... The rise in the index this year suggests investors in such bonds (dubbed 'junk' because of the sizeable risk of default) should prepare for stressful times ahead.
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I know exactly where Wall Street is heading (Just kidding)

The Times of India 28 May 2022
Will this year's market turn out to be another shy bear, one that has barely shown its face only to disappear for months? Or will it return as a ferocious beast that will punish investors who do not protect themselves from harm? ... As an investor, I hope the market rises immediately ... What should investors make of this history?.
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Wall St Week Ahead: Stock rally fanned by hopes of Fed 'past peak hawkishness'

The Times of India 28 May 2022
Signs that growth may be slowing have helped bolster Treasury prices, suggesting investors are increasingly looking to bonds for safety rather than as assets that could be at risk during times of high inflation, said Anders Persson, chief investment officer of global fixed income at Nuveen.
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Markets have had a volatile year and experts fear cost-of-living crisis will hit economy: So ...

The Daily Mail 28 May 2022
here are a number of investment tools and rules of thumb that investors can use to steer them through choppy stock markets ... For example, if you are a cautious investor, but have a higher proportion of shares than model portfolios for cautious investors, you may want to dial down your holdings of equities and buy more bonds.
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The coming rage of the money hawks

The Philadelphia Tribune 28 May 2022
Inflation in the United States has probably peaked ... economy as a whole is overheated ... bonds and bonds that are indexed to protect investors against inflation ... A few days ago, billionaire investor Bill Ackman attracted a lot of attention with a tweet declaring that markets are crashing because investors don’t believe the Fed will do its job ... ....
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Seven tricks to dodge the storm clouds threatening your portfolio

This is Money 28 May 2022
There are a number of investment tools and rules of thumb that investors can use to steer them through choppy stock markets ... For example, if you are a cautious investor, but have a higher proportion of shares than model portfolios for cautious investors, you may want to dial down your holdings of equities and buy more bonds.
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Jeremy Grantham, Michael Burry, and other market gurus expect stocks to plunge further. Here's a ...

Business Insider 28 May 2022
Jeremy Grantham, Michael Burry of "The Big Short" fame, and other investors and commentators have warned stocks could tumble a lot further before the current downturn is over ... Grantham has also sounded the alarm on the surging prices of housing, bonds, energy, metals, and food.
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Russia makes debt payments in foreign currency – media

Russia Today 28 May 2022
According to the country’s settlement depository, the payments were made on Friday ... The coupons on Eurobonds maturing in 2026 and 2036 were due to be paid on May 27. The country forwarded the two payments to the depository last week in an effort to evade a technical default, which would ensue if the bond payments did not reach investors on time ... .
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GWG L Bond Investor Education Alert: Klaymantoskes Answers Commonly Asked Questions

MENA FN 27 May 2022
(MENAFN - EIN Presswire) KlaymanToskes Firm Encourages Investors to Act Quickly as Company Navigates Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, SEC Investigation NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 27, 2022 ... .
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The White House says 'pariah' Russia is poised to default on its bonds, as a ...

Business Insider 27 May 2022
Russia has $100 million of bond payments due Friday, in the biggest test yet of its ability to get money to investors ... However, Moscow's efforts to keep paying its debts became a lot more complicated this week when the US Treasury ended the sanctions exemption that allowed American investors to receive money from Russian bonds.
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Global equity funds see first weekly inflows in seven weeks

FX Empire 27 May 2022
Meanwhile, investors sold a net $9.94 billion of bond funds in the week, their eight consecutive weekly outflow. Global investors exited short- and medium-term bond funds worth $5.14 billion, while high yield funds witnessed outflows of $2.18 billion.
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Russia on cusp of ‘bond default by geopolitics’

Business Day 27 May 2022
New York/London — Russia is on the cusp of a unique kind of debt crisis which investors say would be a first time a major emerging market economy is pushed into a bond default by geopolitics, rather than empty coffers ... Emerging market debt crises are nothing new — Russia itself reneged on its rouble bonds in 1998.

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