The Stock Market Blog: April 2019

There are much controversy and criticism with regard to investments in USA bonds and shares by sovereign wealth funds. These monies are government-controlled investment accounts which spend money on the property of other countries. These resources can include government bonds, stocks, and real property. The concerns are the insufficient transparency and the possible misuse of control of the investments, especially relating to certain countries such as China, Russia, and the center Eastern claims. 2.5 trillion in sovereign wealth fund assets. Listed below are a few of the major sovereign investments in American and European shares. 3 billion investment in the Blackstone Group (BX), the private equity and investment advisory company. 200 billion in resources.

5 billion, in the top investment firm Morgan Stanley (MS). 1.8 billion, altogether SA (TOT), the French gas and essential oil company. The Korea Investment Corporation, Singapore’s Temasek, and the Kuwait Investment Authority have invested the convertible preferred stock of Merrill Lynch (MER). Barclays plc (BCS), the British banking and financial services company, is partly owned by China Development Bank or investment company and Singapore’s Temasek.

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07 Dec 09: 01:08(SGA) – FX NOW! 07 Dec 09: 00:28(SGA) – FX NOW! 06 Dec 09: 23:50(SYD) – FX NOW! USD/JPY, EUR/JPY Flows – Exporters not looking a present horse in the mouth? The fierce rally in USD/JPY in the aftermath of the US payrolls report seems bound to put even more daylight between the Nikkei and the 10,000 level at the reopen in 20 minutes.

Whether therefore suffices to make sure fresh (risk appetite related) yen weakness remains to be observed. Price action ahead of the Nikkei re-open suggests otherwise (are we going to a see a grab in foreign buyer curiosity about Japanese equities?). We question though that exporters will/are being too timid in taking advantage of the present designed to them by the united states Bureau of Labor Statistics.

News wise, the Nikkei reviews that the government is to use a three 12 months moratorium on applying withholding tax on foreign trader holdings of Japanese corporate and business bonds. We don’t have data to hand on foreign fascination with corporate bonds to know how potentially significant this is, but highly believe the answer is ‘not very’.

06 Dec 09: 22:35(SYD) – FX NOW! AUD/USD Flows – Rio sells JV stake to BP, did BP sell GBP/AUD? 06 Dec 09: 21:58(SYD) – FX NOW! 15bn (that’s nearly 1.5% of current Australian GDP). 7.84% over the past 90 days). 06 Dec 09: 21:08(SYD) – FX NOW! Much stronger than expected US payrolls boosted equities but most increases were not suffered as markets concerned about the effect on interest rates.