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Municipal bonds were little changed Monday in steady trading as investors await a larger-than-usual new-issue calendar. Munis largely ignored the moves in U.S. Treasuries as the 10-year settled in at 1.59% and equities were mixed. Despite the recent outflows and volatility of the Treasury market, municipal bonds have and should continue to outperform, sources said.
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Successful trading is partially about managing yourself — ensuring that you keep your emotions in check and maintain the discipline to cut losing trades at the right time are commonly cited as key aspects of trading psychology. This video discusses a few simple ideas in this area that may help you to tighten up your
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The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule stand upright on the launchpad at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center ahead of the Demo-2 launch. Elon Musk’s SpaceX denounced a subpoena from the Department of Justice for its corporate hiring records, saying in a court filing that the investigation by the federal agency’s Immigrant and Employee
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The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s proposal to expand Regulation Best Interest to cover bank dealers would affect just a handful of dealers in an effort to reach regulatory parity. In a notice filed Thursday afternoon, the MSRB asked for comment on proposed changes to its Rule G-19 on suitability, to extend the requirements of the
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The row of two-story tall 3D printer bays at the company’s headquarters. Relativity Space The founders of two private rocket-building companies met today – one, the richest person on Earth; the other, leader of a venture pushing the boundaries of manufacturing. Jeff Bezos stopped by the gleaming new “factory of the future” of Relativity Space
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The US Senate has voted to approve Joe Biden’s $1.9tn stimulus legislation, taking the president’s plan to stoke America’s economic recovery a big step closer to securing its final passage in Congress. The upper chamber of Congress passed the fiscal stimulus legislation by 50 to 49, following party lines with all Democrats voting in favour
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The Puerto Rico Oversight Board’s proposed central government debt adjustment faces several obstacles, most prominently bond insurers’ possible withdrawal of support and local government opposition. Puerto Rico bankruptcy Judge Laura Taylor Swain gave the board until the end of Monday to submit a plan of adjustment for bonds, pensions, and unsecured debts. The board reached
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It was a quiet and uneventful Friday as the municipal market viewed the higher-than-expected growth in the jobs report as an indicator of economic recovery ahead and it prepared for the coming of more than $9 billion of tax-exempt and taxable supply combined next week. California will dominate the primary market with its $1.8 billion
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The EU will urge the US to permit the export of millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine to Europe as Brussels scrambles to bridge supply shortfalls that have hobbled its inoculation drive. The European Commission plans to raise the matter in forthcoming transatlantic discussions aimed at boosting collaboration on the fight against Covid-19, EU
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The U.S. Federal Reserve is in a predicament as fiscal deficits erode the American economy and the nation is seeing a spike in benchmark 10-year Treasury yields. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell expressed zero worries about inflation during an interview at a Wall Street Journal Jobs Summit on Thursday. Powell didn’t explain when the