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Big Oil Takes Unsteady Steps to Cut Transition Risk

Article content continuedBloombergNEF is working with Bloomberg Intelligence (BI), both of which are research centers within Bloomberg LP, on climate transition scores for 39 major oil and gas companies. The scores are designed for investors to identify companies most threatened by accelerating global climate action and technological transformation, and to understand the material transition factors affecting the industry.BI is focused on the companies’ current carbon performance and future...

Market welcomes $2.5bn Victorian government bond

Investors have piled into a $2.5bn Victorian government bond.

Industry funds bin Westpac over scandal

The $158bn money manager has restricted its exposure to Westpac bonds until the prudential regulator completes its investigation into the Austrac debacle.

UK inflation rises to 0.6%; London average house price exceeds £500,000 – business live

Jamie Durham, economist at PwC, says the stamp duty holiday drove prices up in London: “Prices in the capital rose by nearly 10% on an annual basis, adding £45,000 to the average home in 12 months, and pushing the average house price to over £500,000 for the first time. The stamp duty holiday is a particular benefit in London and is likely to have played a significant part...

BOJ starts policy meeting as second virus emergency hits economy

The Bank of Japan began a two-day policy-setting meeting Wednesday to assess damage to the economy from a fresh state of emergency over the novel coronavirus amid expectations that monetary easing will be maintained.The policy meeting is the first since the BOJ announced in December that it will evaluate whether a spate of policy steps that have been taken to attain the central bank’s 2% inflation target have...

Bahrain expected to raise $2 billion in three-tranche bond sale

DUBAI: Bahrain is expected to raise $2 billion in a three-tranche bond sale on Wednesday, a document showed, as it seeks to plug a fiscal deficit exacerbated by the pandemic and low oil prices.It gave initial price guidance of around 4.875 percent for a seven-year tranche, around 5.75 percent for 12-year bonds and around 6.75 percent for 30-year bonds, according to the document from one of the banks...

Maybank IB expects FBM KLCI to end at 1,830 points this year

For the year 2021, Maybank IB has called for ‘overweight’ stance on mid-cap financial/ banks/insurers, utilities, healthcare/glove makers, autos large-cap oil and gas and construction sectors. ― Picture by Hari Anggara KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 20 — Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) expects the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) to end the year 2021 higher on the back of recovery mode at 1,830 points. Its Regional...

US stock futures climb and dollar falls after Janet Yellen urges spending spree ahead of Joe Biden&# …

US stocks were set to open higher on Wednesday - the day of Joe Biden's inauguration as the 46th president of the United States - while the dollar slipped and bond prices flatlined.Despite the political pageantry, Wall Street's focus was on Janet Yellen, Biden's pick for Treasury secretary and a former Federal Reserve chair, who yesterday urged lawmakers to "act big" on coronavirus stimulus.The winning streak was set...

£200 a month to invest? I’d make a passive income for life by investing in shares

Investing in shares has been a popular means of generating a retirement nest egg for many years. However, 2020 brought the stock market crash and economic uncertainty. So investors may naturally be more cautious about buying stocks because of the potential to lose money. That is always a risk when buying shares, But over the long run, indexes such as the FTSE 100 have always recovered from their...

Russia continues ditching US Treasuries as part of state de-dollarization policy

The Russian central bank has continued getting rid of US Treasury bonds, with the share of investments in American debt shrinking 19.2 percent in November, according to the US Treasury Department. The statistics, commonly published with a three-month lag, show the share of Russian holdings totaled a modest $4.968 billion. Investments in short-term Treasury securities amounted to $3.4 billion, while holding of long-term obligations totaled $1.568 billion.Russia used...

Jack Ma makes first public reappearance in three months, Alibaba stocks soar

Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma made his first appearance since October on Wednesday when he spoke to a group of teachers by video, easing concern about his unusual absence from public life and sending shares in the e-commerce giant surging.Speculation over Ma's whereabouts has swirled in the wake of news this month that he was replaced in the final episode of a reality TV show he had been...

Shares rise after Yellen’s call to `act big’ on coronavirus spending

Article content continued“They realized that there is some limits to what monetary policy can do to effect change in the real economy,” said Shaniel Ramjee, senior investment manager at Pictet Asset Management. “The Fed will continue buying bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury in order to fund the fiscal programs.”The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in almost 50 countries, was last up 0.1%.On Wall Street, Nasdaq...
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