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A LESSON learned after the 2008 financial crisis was that financial market shocks can turn into real economy shocks if they’re not nipped in the bud by policymakers.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Banks are facing billions of dollars in losses after a little-known US investment firm, Archegos Capital Management, defaulted last week on margin calls, forcing a brutal near US$30 billion (S$40.4 billion) stock fire sale.
SYDNEY: Asian stocks were on the backfoot on Wednesday while the safe-haven dollar held near a one-year high as Treasury yields resumed their upward march, hitting sentiment even as Chinese data underpinned signs of a solid global economic recovery.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets slipped Wednesday (March 31) following a soft lead from Wall Street, while focus turns to the US where Joe Biden is expected to unveil his latest multi-trillion-dollar recovery plan for the world's top economy
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks ended down slightly on Tuesday, with investors selling tech-related growth shares after U.S. Treasury yields hit a 14-month high.
NEW YORK: Asian shares were set to open higher on Tuesday as investors shook off earlier worries about a hedge fund default that roiled global banking stocks overnight, while rekindled concerns about inflation pushed bond yields higher.
TOKYO: Nomura Holdings Inc’s warning of a “significant” potential loss from an unnamed US client is related to the unwinding of trades by Bill Hwang’s Archegos Capital Management, according to people familiar with the matter.
BEIJING: The massive selloff in US-listed shares of Chinese technology companies isn’t linked to their fundamentals and makes for a bigger buying opportunity, according to Citigroup Inc.