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If there is one brokerage research firm that can turn the heads of all investors at once it would have to be Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS). After all, Goldman Sachs advises wealthy individuals...
For those who view negative interest rates on sovereign debt as a tax, there is good news. For those who want to use sovereign debt as a means of building wealth rather than just parking assets for...
The inverse relationship between prices and yields translates to one serious issue for bond holders: the value of those bonds they bought before recent days is dropping as yields rise.
Generally speaking, a merger worth $6.5 billion is considered a fairly large merger. In this particular instance, it is likely that the public may have never heard of either company involved. Sorry,...
There is still a massive amount of sovereign debt trading around the planet with negative yields. Yep, you get less money back than you invested.
24/7 Wall St. wanted to take a closer look at how key exchange traded funds that track Japan have reacted to the Bank of Japan's news ahead of Wednesday's FOMC announcement.
The Bank of Japan has announced a policy overhaul in its latest efforts to stimulate the economy.
Sometimes it can feel a bit dangerous stepping in front of a massive fad. Perhaps the Pokémon Go craze may have been built up too much when it comes to Nintendo.
A 9,000-kilometer (about 5,600 miles) high-speed, trans-Pacific submerged cable connecting the U.S. West Coast and Japan entered service Friday. Called the “FASTER Cable System,” the...
The demand for safe-haven trades is becoming almost zany. It seems unthinkable that there was nearly $10 trillion in sovereign debt with negative yields just a few weeks ago. Now the tally for...
Line Corp. has filed a Form F-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding its initial public offering (IPO). Each American Depositary Share (ADS) in the offering represents one...
Line Corp. has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding its initial public offering (IPO).
According to a report came from Fitch Ratings, there was a whopping $10.4 trillion in sovereign debt with negative yields in May.
Fighting deflation has a cost, and as of April 25 that cost is negative interest rate yields on $9.9 trillion in global sovereign debt. Of the total, $6.8 trillion is long-term debt and $3.1 trillion...
Japan recently adopted its own negative interest rate policy. Its long-term bond yields even hit record lows in recent days.