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FOREX-Dollar slumps to 6-week low, Bitcoin steadies after weekend drop


* Carry trade may thrive in low vol environment - ING
* MSCI EM FX index hits 1-month high
* Bitcoin trades near $57k after weekend plunge
LONDON, April 19 (Reuters) - The dollar slumped to a six-week low against major peers on Monday, with Treasury yields near their lowest in five weeks, after the U.S. Federal Reserve reiterated its view that any spike in inflation was likely to be temporary.
The dollar was also held down by improved risk sentiment amid a rally in global stocks to record highs.
Bitcoin stabilized after losses from Sunday, when it plunged as much as 14% to $51,541, which a report attributed to news of a power outage in China.

Wall Street gains, Treasury yields rise as inflation picks up steam

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BusinessWall Street gains, Treasury yields rise as inflation picks up steam
Stephen Culp
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A trading screen is seen following the opening of the markets by British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Chinese Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua at the London Stock Exchange in London, Britain June 17, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/Pool
Wall Street gained ground on Friday after solid U.S. inflation data and an uptick in Treasury yields suggested the economic recovery from the pandemic recession was gaining momentum.
All three major U.S. stock indexes were on track to post weekly gains as upbeat economic data boosted risk appetite ahead of first-quarter earnings.

Hot Inflation Data Fails to Move Bond Yields Higher

<p>Something very disruptive occurred in the bond market this past week and the smartest minds in the fixed income markets are scurrying to explain the anomaly that played out in one of the most counter-intuitive moves seen in recent months. After the 10-year Treasury note yield traded from 1.00% on Jan. 28 up to 1.75% [&#8230;]</p>

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Blog: 3 Reasons A Stock Market Crash Is Unlikely | Montgomery Community Media

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Blog: 3 Reasons A Stock Market Crash Is Unlikely
The long-awaited move into traditional value stocks is well underway, but that doesn’t mean that technology stocks are dead. In my conversation with CNBC’s Frank Holland, I outline reasons why big tech should not be overlooked, and why rising interest rates may not affect market leaders like Oracle, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook. Click Here to watch the full video.
 
Here’s To Your Wealth
The massive, historic stock market rally has continued virtually unabated since the Election which also coincided with the announcement of the vaccine rollouts. Those events, along with The Federal Reserve Banks relentless approach to easy monetary policy, has fueled a massive rise in stocks. What is more important, however, is what should investors do now?

Robust Rebound Won't Augur End to Stimulus: Central Bank Guide


Robust Rebound Won’t Augur End to Stimulus: Central Bank Guide
This content was published on April 19, 2021 - 23:01
April 19, 2021 - 23:01
(Bloomberg) --
The aggressive rebound in global economic growth still isn’t enough for most of the world’s central banks to pull back on their emergency stimulus.
In Bloomberg’s quarterly review of monetary policy covering 90% of the world economy, the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of Japan are among the 16 institutions set to hold interest rates this year.
The outlook suggests officials still want to guarantee the recovery from last year’s coronavirus recession by maintaining ultra-low borrowing costs and asset-buying programs. That may require them to accept any accompanying bounce in inflation.

Cryptocurrencies and Coinbase: Between flying high, volatility and regulation


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Central Banks to Pour Money Into Economy Despite Sharp Rebound


Central Banks to Pour Money Into Economy Despite Sharp Rebound
Bloomberg
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(Bloomberg) --
The aggressive rebound in global economic growth still isn’t enough for most of the world’s central banks to pull back on their emergency stimulus.
In Bloomberg’s quarterly review of monetary policy covering 90% of the world economy, the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of Japan are among the 16 institutions set to hold interest rates this year.
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The outlook suggests officials still want to guarantee the recovery from last year’s coronavirus recession by maintaining ultra-low borrowing costs and asset-buying programs. That may require them to accept any accompanying bounce in inflation.

FOREX-Dollar pinned near one-month low, Bitcoin steadies near $57k after weekend drop

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* Analyst says carry trade may thrive in low vol environment
* Bitcoin trades near $57,000 after weekend plunge
LONDON, April 19 (Reuters) - The dollar traded just above a one-month low against major peers on Monday, with Treasury yields near their lowest in five weeks, after the U.S. Federal Reserve reiterated its view that any spike in inflation was likely to be temporary.
The dollar was also held down by improved risk sentiment amid a rally in global stocks to record highs.
Bitcoin stabilized after losses from Sunday, when it plunged as much as 14% to $51,541, which a report attributed to news of a power outage in China.

Dollar slumps to 6-week low, Bitcoin steadies after weekend drop

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U.S. one hundred dollar notes are seen in this picture illustration taken in Seoul February 7, 2011. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
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The dollar slumped to a six-week low against major peers on Monday, with Treasury yields near their lowest in five weeks, after the U.S. Federal Reserve reiterated its view that any spike in inflation was likely to be temporary.
The dollar was also held down by improved risk sentiment amid a rally in global stocks to record highs.
Bitcoin stabilized after losses from Sunday, when it plunged as much as 14% to $51,541, which a report attributed to news of a power outage in China.

Breakfast links: DC parking enforcement is resuming in full, with higher fees for residential parking

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In an effort to control the spread of COVID-19, the DC jail has been holding people in what amounts to solitary confinement for 23 hours a day for nearly 400 days straight. Many say solitary confinement has its own health issues and amounts to a human rights abuse.  
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Libby Solomon is a writer and editor for GGWash. She was previously a reporter for the Baltimore Sun covering the Baltimore suburbs and a writer for Johns Hopkins University’s Centers for Civic Impact. A Baltimore resident, Libby enjoys running and painting in her spare time.

Coinbase Hangover Rattles Crypto Assets With Bitcoin Falling | FinancialContent Business Page


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(Bloomberg) — The mania that drove crypto assets to records as Coinbase Global Inc. went public last week turned on itself on the weekend, sending Bitcoin tumbling the most since February.
The world’s biggest cryptocurrency plunged as much as 15% on Sunday, just days after reaching a record of $64,870. It subsequently pared some of the losses and was trading at about $57,000 at around 1:25 p.m. in Tokyo Monday.
Ether, the second-biggest token, dropped below $2,000 over the weekend before also paring losses. The volatility buffeted Binance Coin, XRP and Cardano too. Dogecoin — the token started as a joke — bucked the trend and is up 25% over 24 hours, according to CoinGecko.

Marc Cuniberti: Unemployment and a shortage of workers

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There seems to be a lot of help wanted signs around town. It seems a bit odd that there would be a plethora of help wanted signs with the official unemployment rate sitting at 6%.
Albeit down from a March 2020 high of 14%, unemployment is still off its normal lows of around 4%. No surprise to anyone that there are many people out of work due to COVID-19. It is argued that the increased unemployment benefits may be dulling incentive for some to get back to work. Several media outlets have touched on the subject, and the debate rages on as to whether the lucrative unemployment bonus payments are keeping people from looking for work.

Coinbase Hangover Rattles Crypto Assets With Bitcoin Falling


Coinbase Hangover Rattles Crypto Assets With Bitcoin Falling
Bloomberg
1 hr ago
Shamim Adam and Emily Barrett
(Bloomberg) -- The mania that drove crypto assets to records as Coinbase Global Inc. went public last week turned on itself on the weekend, sending Bitcoin tumbling the most since February.
The world’s biggest cryptocurrency plunged as much as 15% on Sunday, just days after reaching a record of $64,869. It subsequently pared some of the losses and was trading at about $56,440 at around 8:25 a.m. in Tokyo Monday.
Ether, the second-biggest token, dropped as much as 18% to below $2,000 before also paring losses. The volatility buffeted Binance Coin, XRP and Cardano too. Dogecoin -- the token started as a joke -- bucked the trend and is up 7% over 24 hours, according to CoinGecko.

Vast Stretches Of America Have Now Descended Into A State Of Deep Economic Hopelessness – Investment Watch


Even though the stock market has been booming and the corporate media is full of talk about “recovery”, there are many communities in the United States where a permanent atmosphere of despair seems to hang in the air.  The federal government gives us doctored numbers that show that the national unemployment rate is low, but in small towns all across the country it seems like almost everyone is either unemployed or working extremely low paying jobs.  Earlier this month, one such town was profiled by USA Today.  Even before the COVID pandemic came along, the little town of Ogdensburg, New York was deeply struggling, but now economic conditions have become extremely dire…

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