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Tesla’s $1.8 billion bond hits a crucial milestone as it surges to its highest level since 2017

The junk bond tumbled to a low in May and traded below its face value for years as Tesla weathered Model 3 production delays and rapid cash burn.
Traders work on the floor at the NYSE in New York

The stock and bond markets are poised to close out their best tandem year in two decades

Both asset classes have been driven higher by the Federal Reserve's rate cuts, increased Brexit certainty, and the 'phase one' US-China deal.
FILE PHOTO: Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in Manhattan, New York City, U.S.

Stocks rise to fresh record highs after Trump says China deal will be signed ‘very shortly’

The S&P 500 is on course to close 30% higher for 2019, which would be its best annual performance in six years.

Morgan Stanley fined $22 million over alleged bond-market ‘pump and dump’ scheme

The bank bought French bond futures to prop up its Belgian bond holdings and sell the latter assets, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers alleged on Tuesday.

Goldman Sachs sees gold soaring 9% in 2020 as Trump’s trade war and recession fears grip investors

The investment bank pointed to a host of reasons, even Modern Monetary Theory, as factors in its forecast.

China will raise a record $6 billion through bond sale that saw massive demand

Investors placed orders for more $20 billion worth of the dollar bonds, according to a report from Bloomberg.

The ongoing move out of stocks into bonds and cash is the biggest since 2008, Goldman Sachs says

The shift signals investors are selling stocks for stabler assets, as equities are more exposed to trade uncertainty and slowing economic growth.

Another hedge fund blames a large quarterly loss on Argentina’s recent market collapse

Third Point isn't the first hedge fund to note losses from Argentine debt. Autonomy Capital reportedly lost about $1 billion betting on the country.

Once-toxic Greek debt is now in high demand as global recession fears mount

Negative yields signal a shift in investments across the eurozone, with account holders now prompted to buy riskier assets over saving cash.

A record $1.1 trillion has shifted out of stocks over the last year. Here’s why the market is still climbing, and could see further gains soon.

"Such periods of outflows tend to see somewhat better equity returns over the following 6 months," Bernstein analysts said in a client note.