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Bond fund managers stay on guard against inflationary risk; bond investors brace for change of tack by central banks; a look at bonds with negative yields around the world; why should we bother with bonds?
‘Lousy’ liquidity sets stage for choppiness when Fed chief Jay Powell speaks this week
Sell-off comes after a series of market rallies from shocks
Investors are on the lookout for inflation signals now a calmer mood is upon us following the turmoil of 2020
Fear edges ahead of greed as fund managers snap up insurance against market shocks
Sudden droughts exacerbate rising episodes of stress for investors
Investors urged to have ‘eyes wide open about what is coming next’
US stock-index and oil futures pull back as cryptocurrency prices plunge this week
Technical hiccups at exchanges and some traders’ use of borrowing contribute to market volatility
SEC open to stricter rules after fining S&P Dow Jones $9m over 2018 ‘vol-mageddon’ crash
What works when valuations are high
Central bank liquidity cannot support elevated valuations indefinitely
Morgan Stanley-owned fund placing multibillion dollar bets on stocks holding steady
Decline in Vix index reflects bet on calmer markets and optimism about economic recovery
As froth and speculation builds, investors should prepare for shocks
Uncertainty abounds after unusual market reaction to upbeat economic data
Trader Lily Francus popularises concept for analysing long shadow of options over stocks
First quarter shows central bank largesse is still the driving force for investors
Credit Suisse leads declines in European financial groups while US institutions underperform
Banks face earnings hit following $20bn stock fire sale by prime brokerage client
Other participants may find themselves on the wrong side of a leverage gamble
Financial groups are just as exposed to wipeouts on careless investments as impetuous retail traders
Blow for investors as popular ‘minimum volatility’ funds stumble
Fund managers have grown increasingly worried a sharp rise in rates could knock markets
Ten-year Treasury yield jumps to highest level since last February in choppy trading