3rdPartyFeeds News

Need to Know: Stocks and bonds are moving in tandem, something many investors have never seen before. Here’s a strategy for that.

"For the past 30 years, the correlation between stocks and bonds has been negative." That's now changed, and here's the rub for investors. Read More...

Stock futures are edging up as March kicks off, while some Asian shares soared on a big rebound in China factory activity data.

Of course, there’s the risk that strong China growth could keep global inflation pressures higher, forcing U.S. and Europe long-term bond yields to rise even more (see Markets). That leaves equities “caught between responding positive to growth or negatively to inflation and potentially higher interest rates,” say analysts at Saxo Bank.


Read More

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment