Sunday, February 7, 2021

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares reach record high, oil tops $60 a barrel

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Hit Record, Bonds Drop on Reflation Trade: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury Long Bond Reaches 2% Milestone as Global Yields Awaken

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Traders See Strongest 10-Year Inflation Outlook Since ‘14

[Reuters] Dollar nurses losses as traders await more data to determine direction

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Markets See Inflation Breaking Out to Multi-Year Highs

[Reuters] Once a 'stonk,' Hertz reveals dilemma companies face in Reddit frenzy

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] An EV Company With Almost No Revenue Gains 3,000% in 8 Months — Topping Tesla’s Rally

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging Rates Most at Risk as U.S. Yields Reach 10-Month High

[Reuters] Analysis: Food price spikes see inflation rear its head in emerging markets

[Reuters] Japan bank deposits rise at record pace as firms, households hoard cash

[AP] Water fired at crowd as anti-coup protests swell in Myanmar

[NYT] Wall Street’s Most Reviled Investors Worry About Their Fate

[WSJ] The Biden Stimulus vs. the Bond Market

[WSJ] GameStop Mania Was the Wrong Way to ‘Democratize’ Finance

[FT] US long-term interest rates hit highest level in a year on stimulus impact

[FT] US corporate bonds grow more susceptible to sudden rise in rates

[FT] Taiwan senses opportunity to bolster relations with west after chip shortages

[FT] Draghi moves closer to forming Italian government