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Corporate Finance Balance Sheets

  • 10-year yield near 1-month high

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on what's next for the 10-Year yield.

  • SHANGHAI, Sept 19- China stocks slid on Tuesday, with traders awaiting clues on U.S. monetary policy from the Federal Reserve meeting and as caution prevailed over potentially tight liquidity before the National Day holiday. Investor risk appetite has also been curbed by a mixed bag of recent China economic data showing signs of a slowdown in some areas of the...

  • *Concern emerges on seasonal liquidity stress in China. SHANGHAI, Sept 19- China and Hong Kong stocks dipped on Tuesday morning, despite Wall Street's record-breaking run, as traders await clues on U.S. monetary policy from the coming Federal Reserve meeting and mixed China economic data has contained investor appetites. Risk appetites has also been...

  • Sept 18- The S&P and the Dow opened at record highs on Monday as appetite for riskier assets improved on easing tensions on the Korean peninsula and ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting that could unveil plans to trim its bloated balance sheet. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 51.47 points, or 0.23 percent, to 22,319.81. The S&P 500 gained 3.3 points, or 0.13...

  • *Focus on Fed's Sept 19-20 policy meeting. LONDON, Sept 18- The dollar hit an eight-week high against the yen on Monday, supported by a rise in U.S. It built on those gains on Monday as world stocks hit record highs, suggesting a high appetite across markets for riskier assets, rising half a percent on the day to 111.41 yen.

  • LONDON, Sept 15- A euro zone government bond sell-off resumed on Friday after hawkish rhetoric from a Bank of England policymaker bolstered a sense that central banks across the developed world are moving into tightening mode. Earlier, a missile test from North Korea on Thursday night had made many retreat to safe-haven assets such as German government bonds.

  • LONDON, Sept 15- A euro zone government bond sell-off resumed on Friday after hawkish rhetoric from a Bank of England policymaker bolstered a sense that central banks across the developed world are moving into tightening mode. Earlier, a missile test from North Korea on Thursday night had made many retreat to safe-haven assets such as German government bonds.

  • LONDON, Sept 15- The euro zone government bond sell-off resumed on Friday after some hawkish rhetoric from a Bank of England policymaker bolstered expectations that central banks across the developed world are in tightening mode. Earlier, a missile test from North Korea on Thursday night made many retreat to safe-haven assets such as German government bonds.

  • LONDON, Sept 15- The euro zone government bond sell-off resumed on Friday after some hawkish rhetoric from a Bank of England policymaker bolstered expectations that central banks across the developed world are in tightening mode. Earlier, a missile test from North Korea on Thursday night made many retreat to safe-haven assets such as German government bonds.

  • BEIJING, Sept 15- Total social financing, a broad measure of credit and liquidity in the economy, rose to 1.48 trillion yuan in August from 1.22 trillion yuan in July, data from the central bank showed on Friday. TSF includes off-balance sheet forms of financing that exist outside the conventional bank lending system, such as initial public offerings, loans from...

  • A glut of supply and growing expectations of tighter monetary policy in Europe and the United States had pushed investors away from government bonds up to Thursday, and yields-- which move inversely to prices-- had risen sharply. But another missile test from North Korea on Thursday night made many retreat back into safe-haven assets such as government bonds.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Investors in equities and risk assets should brace themselves for the end of quantitative easing, given the high correlation it has to high stock and junk bond prices, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, warned Tuesday. Equity and risk-asset investors are "unfortunately about to see the first change in dynamic in years" with...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Investors in equities and risk assets should brace themselves for the end of quantitative easing, given the high correlation it has to high stock and junk bond prices, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, warned Tuesday. Equity and risk-asset investors are "unfortunately about to see the first change in dynamic in years" with...

  • NY Fed's Dudley: New Fed members still bound by mandate

    New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley speaks to CNBC's Steve Liesman about the vacancies on the Federal Reserve board and deregulation.

  • NY Fed's Dudley: Expect balance sheet unwinding to happen very soon

    New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley speaks to CNBC's Steve Liesman about the Federal Reserve's policy moves.

  • *Spot gold on track to reach $1,375/ oz- analyst. LONDON, Sept 4- Gold prices shot up on Monday to their highest in close to a year as investors bought safe-haven assets on worries that North Korea might launch more missiles after its sixth and largest nuclear test. A weaker dollar also underpinned gold, which is likely to continue its upward momentum in the coming days,...

  • *Spot gold on track to climb to $1,375/ oz- analyst. LONDON, Sept 4- Gold prices shot up on Monday to their highest in nearly a year as investors bought safe haven assets amid worries that North Korea might launch more missiles in the wake of its sixth and largest nuclear test. A weaker dollar also underpinned gold, which was likely to continue to rally in coming days,...

  • *Spot gold may gain more to $1,345/ oz- technicals. Sept 4- Gold prices climbed 1 percent to their highest in almost a year on Monday after North Korea's latest and most powerful nuclear test drove investors towards safe-haven assets. "Gold has rallied following further escalation in geopolitical tensions around North Korea," said Jameel Ahmad, vice president of...

  • MOSCOW, Sept 1- Russia's Otkritie bank has a hole in its balance sheet that could be as large as $6.9 billion, a central bank deputy governor told Reuters, a shortfall that would make the bailout now underway the biggest in Russia's history. Earlier this week, the central bank announced it was taking over control of Otkritie, Russia's largest private bank, saying the...

  • TOKYO, Aug 31- Toshiba Corp failed to seal a deal to sell its prized chip business by an internal deadline of Thursday, raising doubts about whether it can plug a balance sheet hole in time to avoid a delisting and keep the unit competitive. The embattled Japanese conglomerate said in a statement it has tried but so far not come to an agreement and it was continuing to...