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The Fed will start buying debt backed by emergency small-business loans — giving banks more leeway to offer critical aid
The Fed's new program will allow banks to sell their small business debt and shore up cash for additional relief lending.
The Fed is powerless to stop the market’s riskiest debt from getting downgraded and defaulting, Goldman says
The bank's baseline scenario sees the 12-month trailing default rate jumping to 13% through 2020 and $555 billion in bonds downgraded to junk status.
The sell-off arrived as liquidity in the Treasury market sank to historic lows. The Fed has since opened a new facility for easing such trades.
JPMorgan: The best possible outcome for a quick market recovery is shaping up as signs emerge globally
Markets with "direct policy backstops" stand to rebound fastest, but those with a more U-shaped trend still present value to investors, JPMorgan said.
‘I will be watching carefully’: Elizabeth Warren just put the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve on notice about the $500 billion cor...
A battle is brewing among top Democrats and the Trump administration around oversight of a $500 billion lending program for large corporations.
UBS outlines an ‘enormous opportunity’ to buy up high-quality stocks and bonds following a sharp sell-off in recent weeks
Recent weeks saw equities across all S&P quality rankings tumble, and investors should "own high-quality names" when the virus threat fades, UBS said.
The Fed starts a new program to provide dollars to central banks and calm the $5 trillion currency market
The facility will allow foreign central banks to swap US Treasuries for dollars as demand for the currency skyrockets amid coronavirus concerns.
BANK OF AMERICA: After a ‘Fast and Furious’ market downfall, investors should buy whatever the Fed buys
Investment-grade corporate bonds will jump first as the Fed begins buying debt and sector outflows slow, the bank's strategists said.
Earlier this week, the Fed engaged BlackRock to purchase tens of billions of bonds as part of its massive debt-buying program.
The Fed’s balance sheet exceeds $5 trillion for the first time in history amid the bank’s wave of coronavirus relief efforts
The Fed bought up $355 billion in Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities in the past week to further ease coronavirus-fueled liquidity concerns.