Europe investigates unexplained gas leak in Nord Stream pipelines

BERLIN – European authorities are investigating mysterious leaks on two currently closed Russian natural gas pipelines to Germany, with officials telling ships to stay away from the area. accidents for her No effect on gas supplies in Europe Since both links are not currently in use. Germany halted Nord Stream 2 pipelines in February due … Read more

Morgan Stanley says investors should consider this port in the market storm right now

It appears that the massive selloff in the British pound, which is credited with exacerbating the global rout of markets last week, will continue to wreak havoc on Monday. Old Blighty’s economic woes add to the list of growing concerns in the markets, which is driving more investors into the dollar and out of riskier … Read more

Rising bond yields change the calculus of stocks

Bond yields are trading at their highest levels in more than a decade. This poses another threat to the stock market, which has struggled to find a foothold this year. When interest rates were at their lowest, as they were after the 2008 financial crisis and then again after the pandemic, it was easy for … Read more

The rise of the dollar causes problems for global economies

The US dollar is experiencing a one-time high in a generation, a rise that threatens to get worse slowdown in growth The inflation problems of global central banks are amplified. The dollar’s role as the primary currency in global trade and finance means that its fluctuations have wide-ranging effects. Currency strength is felt in Fuel … Read more

Can the Fed Tame Inflation Without Further Crushing The Stock Market? What’s next for investors?

The Federal Reserve isn’t trying to criticize the stock market for quickly raising interest rates in an attempt to slow still-hot inflation — but investors need to be prepared for more pain and volatility because policymakers won’t be scared, investors and strategists said of a deep selloff. “I don’t think they’re necessarily trying to drive … Read more

The next financial crisis may already be ripe, but not as many expect

A growing number of traders, academics and bond market experts are concerned that the $24 trillion US Treasury debt market may be headed for a crisis as the Federal Reserve begins its “quantitative tightening” at full speed this month. With the Fed doubling the pace that its bond holdings will “roll” its balance sheet in … Read more