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Investors are banking on rate cuts to extend the stock market’s gains. Here’s why their hopes could be dashed.

Stocks and bonds have priced in multiple interest-rate cuts from the Federal Reserve this year and next, but it's unlikely that one will come in June.
Flashing red lights.

The bond market is sending a ‘clear warning’ that stocks are topping

Numerous yield curve inversions are a sign that equities are topping and the S&P 500 could cap at 2,800, according to analysts from Societe Generale.

China just tested its ‘nuclear option’ in the trade war

China's 'nuclear option' in the trade war is dumping US Treasurys. It just sold $20 billion of them, its largest offloading in more than two years.
William Gross, Manager of the world's biggest bond fund at Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO) participates in the Obama administration's Conference on the Future of Housing Finance in the Cash Room of the Treasury Building in Washington, August 17, 2010.

16 brilliant quotes from Bill Gross, the legendary ‘Bond King’ who retired earlier this year

Bond investor Bill Gross has a net worth calculated at around $1.5 billion. Here are 16 of his greatest quotes.
An extreme cycling enthusiast performs a stunt before falling into the East Lake in Wuhan, Hubei province, China.

Why everyone’s so hung up on the recession red flag called ‘the yield curve’

When "the yield curve" inverts in the bond market, recessions typically follow.
Christian Sewing, the new CEO of Deutsche Bank, speaks at the Deutsche Bank annual shareholders' meeting on May 24, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. Shareholders, frustrated by years of poor performance by Deutsche Bank, are calling for Achleitner to step down.

Deutsche Bank’s malaise goes deeper than its tumbling share price

Deutsche Bank's descent into becoming the sick man of the European banking market has been a bumpy ride.

Venezuelan assets are rallying as the world’s biggest economies recognize Juan Guaidó as the country’s new president

Investors have fresh hopes for Venezuela with key bonds rallying after the US announced it would recognise Juan Guaidó as the country's head of state.

PG&E’s $30 billion in potential liabilities is worrying debt holders who fear they won’t be paid

Trading figures for PG&E signal that investors fear losses as a result of the company's exposure to $30 billion in liabilities for its role in the fire.

Saudi Arabia lured in a whopping $27 billion in orders for the kingdom’s first bond sale since the Khashoggi murder

Saudi Arabia has tapped international debt markets for the first time since the murder. Demand shows investors haven't been swayed by the PR disaster.

Stocks are fighting to stave off their the worst December since the Great Depression

Stocks rose for a second session Friday as Wall Street attempted to shake off concerns about political turmoil, trade tensions and slowing growth.