07 October 2022

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Elon Musk's Revived Twitter Deal Could Saddle Banks With Big Losses (2)
Volatility in high yield, loan markets might force Morgan Stanley, Barclays, others to sell $13 billion in Twitter debt at discount Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter would be paid for in part with $13 billion of debt seven banks agreed to provide when the takeover was sealed in April. Photo: CARLOS BARRIA/REUTERS By Alexander Saeedy , Laura Cooper and Ben Dummett Oct.
Futures Slide As OPEC+ Cut Sparks Gas Inflation Fears And "Tighter For Longer" Fed (2)
by Tyler Durden Thursday, Oct 06, 2022 - 12:02 PM Two days ago, when stocks were melting up even as oil was storming higher and threatened to rerate inflation expectations sharply higher, we mused that algos were clearly ignoring this potentially ominously convergence. Stock algos still haven't noticed what oil is doing.
U.K. Bond Markets Come Under Pressure Again (1)
Bank of England slows bond purchases, sparking fresh uncertainty The Bank of England began purchasing U.K. sovereign bonds last week after the new government's package of unfunded tax cuts provoked market turmoil. Photo: Carlos Jasso/Bloomberg News By Anna Hirtenstein Oct.
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