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Tantrum Without A Taper! Should We Be Worried On The Rising US Bond Yields?

Any abnormal movements in US ten year yield, even those not caused by Fed policy stance, started to leave a severe dent on equity markets because the rising yield brought the fears of 2013 brutal crash.

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Global Stocks Steady Ahead Of Fed Meeting

The Nasdaq rose to a two-week high on a rebound in tech stocks at the heart of February's sell-off. MSCI's benchmark for global equity markets, which is heavily weighted to the big U.S. technology firms, advanced 0.14% to 677.96.

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Global Stocks, Oil Edge Away From Highs As Stimulus Rally Ebbs

The burst of market optimism from those events had helped Asian shares rise - Japan's Nikkei added 1.7% - but this faded out as Europe opened for business, with the STOXX Europe 600 down around 0.5%.

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Shares, Dollar Cheer US Stimulus, Bonds Downcast

The prospect of yet faster growth helped MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan firm 0.5%. Japan's Nikkei gained 0.9%, and Chinese blue chips 0.7%.

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World Shares Hit Fresh All-Time Highs; Earnings And Fed In Focus

China's consumer price index fell more than expected, but factory prices posted their first year-on-year rise in 12 months, suggesting gathering momentum in the industrial sector. up.

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Global Stocks Soured By Wall Street Sell-Off And 'Vaccine Nationalism'

Easyjet shares fell 2.3% after the airline warned it would fly no more than 10% of 2019's capacity, highlighting the plight of sectors hit by lengthy lockdowns.

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Stimulus Plans Fuel Biden Trade, But Wall Street Wonders If It Can Continue

Democrats’ slender majority in Congress mean the final shape and timing of many Biden policies - including a proposed $1.9 trillion stimulus package - remain uncertain.

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Global Stocks Fall, Bond Yields Rise As Investors Brace For Possible Democrat Triumph In Georgia

The euro rose to as high as $1.2328, a high last seen in April 2018, while the yen hit a 10-month high of 102.595 to the dollar.

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World Stock Markets Kick Off 2021 At Record Highs

European stocks opened higher, with Britain's FTSE 100 gaining 1.75%, Germany's DAX up 1.1%, Spain's IBEX up 1.3% and Italy's FTSE MIB rising 0.7%.

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Global Stocks, Oil Lead Risk Rally On U.S. Stimulus Hopes

The MSCI World Index was up 0.3% at 0751 GMT, extending recent gains after gains in Asia, where Japanese stocks hit a 30-year high. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.45%.

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Brexit Deal Anticipation Fuels Global Stocks And Sterling

The FTSE 100 rose 0.07% while the more domestically-focused British mid-cap FTSE 250 index hit its highest levels since February, and UK small caps a record high.

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Supply Squeeze Won't Ease On Global Stocks And Bonds In 2021

Many policymakers have recently topped up asset-purchase schemes, so that the crowding-out of private investors from public bond markets looks set to continue.

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Global Stocks And Sterling Pin Hopes On Brexit, Regulator Probe Stings Alibaba

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.45%. Australian stocks ended 0.33% higher, while Tokyo shares rose 0.45%.

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Global Stocks Steady As Worries Over New COVID-19 Strain Ease

Sterling was down 0.2%, after tumbling as much as 2.5% versus the dollar on Monday to a 10-day low as currency traders weighed twin fears over COVID and Brexit.

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Global Stocks Falter, Sterling Skids As New COVID Strain Shuts UK

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.2% after hitting a string of record peaks last week. Japan's Nikkei reversed early gains to be down 0.4%, off its highest since April 1991.

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