15 minutes ago β€’ Posted by Jasper Lawler

Investors end 2-year buying spree in China government bonds

The monthly outflow of funds from China government bonds comes just as more indices have included China debt. Rising Treasury yields have lessened the appeal of the yield gap available from China.

Investors end buying spree in China government bonds

1 hour ago β€’ Posted by William Ramstein

Peloton faces logistical challenges--can share prices rise?

Peloton has been sitting on a pile of cash, mainly of unearned revenue, and has recently seen their struggle continue a shipment of goods across oceans has proven to be difficult. Peloton has seen a 19% price sink this year. Planet Fitness is however seeing a rise, up 11% this year.

1 hour ago β€’ Posted by Jasper Lawler

Stock market inflows in last 5 months exceed previous 12 years!! - BofA

β€œBig flow to know: inflow to stocks past 5 months of $576 billion exceeds inflow in the prior 12 years of $452 billion.” (There were no typos in that sentence.)

Stock market inflows in last 5 months exceed previous 12 years - BofA

1 hour ago β€’ Posted by Martin Boujol

Signs of recovery: the world trade is now above pre-Covid levels

Source: Jeroen Blokland, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis

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Signs of recovery: the world trade is now above pre-Covid levels

2 hours ago β€’ Posted by William Ramstein

Video game console sales: 2021 could show peak revenues for years to come.

Unit shipments and revenues in 2021 are projected to see a huge rise even from 2020 levels. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo saw worldwide console unit shipments increase 13% year over year to 44.7 million in 2020 from 39.5 million in 2019. The Switch alone racked up 27.4 million units, and the console could have enough momentum to overtake the Wii as Nintendo's most successful TV-connected console in terms of lifetime units shipped by 2022. The chip shortage and competition to find alternative chip manufacturers will be a hurdle for console makers.

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