Stocks rally as Trump delays tariffs on China — Cramer and other experts weigh in

Stocks rallied Thursday after President Donald Trump made “small concessions” to China by delaying tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods until the last half of October. Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” said Trump is pushing for the Federal Reserve to mirror the ECB’s latest actions. Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Leuthold Group, said the bond market is in a prime position to spur more gains in the U.S. stock market. Even this morning there is still a really close relations


Stocks rallied Thursday after President Donald Trump made “small concessions” to China by delaying tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods until the last half of October. Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” said Trump is pushing for the Federal Reserve to mirror the ECB’s latest actions. Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Leuthold Group, said the bond market is in a prime position to spur more gains in the U.S. stock market. Even this morning there is still a really close relations
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Stocks rally as Trump delays tariffs on China — Cramer and other experts weigh in

Stocks rallied Thursday after President Donald Trump made “small concessions” to China by delaying tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods until the last half of October.

Trump’s “gesture of goodwill” follows an earlier move by Beijing to exempt 16 types of American products from additional tariffs.

Markets also got a boost after the European Central Bank cut its deposit rate and relaunched a bond-buying program.

Three experts break down what comes next.

Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” said Trump is pushing for the Federal Reserve to mirror the ECB’s latest actions.

“I think the Europeans should be careful. The president is no fan of [Angela] Merkel, the president is no fan of the way that the Europeans have handled their auto tariffs and they could be next. If they continue to make it so the euro is being debased, they ought to be very careful. I think the president is itching for something against them … I don’t think he’ll call [ECB President Mario] Draghi a bonehead because he wants our Fed chief to do exactly what Draghi is doing and just stay in step. The problem is they have no growth whatsoever so they gotta do something. We have some growth.”

Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Leuthold Group, said the bond market is in a prime position to spur more gains in the U.S. stock market.

“There are some other good things going on here. I think not only the good trade news, but the fact that bond yields have shown a propensity to rise again shows a big vote of confidence coming from the bond market, which is healthy for stocks too. Even this morning there is still a really close relationship between the direction of that 10-year yield and the direction of the stock market. Also, economic surprise indices around the globe have picked up. They certainly have here in the United States but they also have [picked up] in the emerging world, in China and Europe so that kind of fresh upside economic momentum is starting to cause recession fears to fade a bit, so I think it’s more than just about the trade news. … We might be starting on a little change of character not only in bond yields but also in leadership in the stock market.”

Sameer Samana, global equity and technical strategist at the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, said the market is not as bearish as investors expected, but it’s still worth being prudent.

“At least on an expectation basis, it’s clear now to say that people probably got a little too ‘beared up.’ We were there in the fourth quarter of last year too and the way expectations work is eventually reality starts to outperform. The tricky part is unfortunately you do still have a lot of headwinds; a lot of the PMIs [purchasing managers’ indexes] and a lot of the business confidence is still very low, small-business confidence … ticked down, consumer confidence has started to roll over just a little bit, so we would probably be more in the cautious camp. There are some good things going on, but the market is also 200 points off its lows and you’ve got yields about 30 or so basis points higher, which has kind of been the April and July moves. It’s right in line with that. We would say at this point it’s probably a good time to rein in some of that stock exposure and maybe at least look at some of those longer duration fixed income instruments.”

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China to scrap foreign investment quotas to attract more money into its stock, bond markets

Investors watch the electronic board at a stock exchange hall on February 11, 2019 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province of China. China’s foreign exchange regulator said on Tuesday that it had decided to scrap quota restrictions on two major inbound investment schemes, as a weakening yuan and rising outflows prompt Beijing to seek to attract more foreign capital. It said the move would “make it much more convenient for overseas investors to participate in China’s domestic financial markets, making China


Investors watch the electronic board at a stock exchange hall on February 11, 2019 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province of China. China’s foreign exchange regulator said on Tuesday that it had decided to scrap quota restrictions on two major inbound investment schemes, as a weakening yuan and rising outflows prompt Beijing to seek to attract more foreign capital. It said the move would “make it much more convenient for overseas investors to participate in China’s domestic financial markets, making China
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China to scrap foreign investment quotas to attract more money into its stock, bond markets

Investors watch the electronic board at a stock exchange hall on February 11, 2019 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province of China.

China’s foreign exchange regulator said on Tuesday that it had decided to scrap quota restrictions on two major inbound investment schemes, as a weakening yuan and rising outflows prompt Beijing to seek to attract more foreign capital.

While underlining China’s thirst for overseas funding as its economy slows amid a debilitating trade war with the United States, the move also appears largely symbolic, as two-thirds of the existing quotas remain unused.

China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) would remove quotas on the dollar-dominated qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) scheme and its yuan-denominated sibling, RQFII, it said in a statement on its website.

It said the move would “make it much more convenient for overseas investors to participate in China’s domestic financial markets, making China’s bond and stock markets more broadly accepted by international markets.”

The removal of quotas comes amid an escalating Sino-U.S. trade war that threatens growth in the world’s second-biggest economy.

Beijing hopes that foreign capital inflows could help to offset rising outflows and lend support to its yuan, which has dropped to its lowest levels against the U.S. dollar since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008.

Inflows could also help bolster China’s balance of payments, as some analysts fear the country is slipping dangerously towards twin deficits in its fiscal and current accounts.

The removal “is a clear signal that policymakers want to encourage capital inflows,” wrote Win Thin, Global Head of Currency Strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman.

“The corollary is that they are still very worried about capital outflows and so will make sure to avoid any steps that might increase them,” he said.

China in January doubled the QFII quota to $300 billion, but only $111.4 billion of the limit had been used by foreign investors by the end of August.

China’s securities regulator also published draft rules earlier this year that would combine the QFII and RQFII programmes while also simplifying access for overseas investors.


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‘We can’t really buy into’ the bond yield bounce, says Wells Fargo rate strategist

Don’t get too bullish on the bond yield bounce. So says Wells Fargo Global Head of Rate Strategy Michael Schumacher, who warned investors on Thursday not to look at the recent rally in U.S. Treasury yields through rose-colored glasses. “We can’t really buy into it,” he said on CNBC’s “Futures Now” amid a broad-based rally in both stocks and bond yields that followed an agreement between U.S. and Chinese trade officials to restart negotiations in October. Those worrisome factors have led to extre


Don’t get too bullish on the bond yield bounce. So says Wells Fargo Global Head of Rate Strategy Michael Schumacher, who warned investors on Thursday not to look at the recent rally in U.S. Treasury yields through rose-colored glasses. “We can’t really buy into it,” he said on CNBC’s “Futures Now” amid a broad-based rally in both stocks and bond yields that followed an agreement between U.S. and Chinese trade officials to restart negotiations in October. Those worrisome factors have led to extre
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'We can't really buy into' the bond yield bounce, says Wells Fargo rate strategist

Don’t get too bullish on the bond yield bounce.

So says Wells Fargo Global Head of Rate Strategy Michael Schumacher, who warned investors on Thursday not to look at the recent rally in U.S. Treasury yields through rose-colored glasses.

“We can’t really buy into it,” he said on CNBC’s “Futures Now” amid a broad-based rally in both stocks and bond yields that followed an agreement between U.S. and Chinese trade officials to restart negotiations in October.

“We think about all the catalysts out there: trade, Brexit, Hong Kong,” Schumacher said, adding that while U.S.-China trade headlines turned notably positive on Thursday, they didn’t convince him that we were any closer to an immediate resolution.

“Is it in Donald Trump’s interests right now to try and strike a deal? Probably not, most likely not until early next year. What about the Chinese government? We’re not so confident there’s a deal coming there, either,” he said. “The way we look at it is, yeah, there’s a brief period of good news right now, but you’ve got so many choppy factors out there.”

Those worrisome factors have led to extremely depressed bond yields, particularly on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note. Bond yields move inversely to bond prices, which means as yields have plummeted, bond prices have skyrocketed.

“If you think about [bonds] fundamentally right now, we’d say they are overvalued today,” Schumacher said.

But with $17 trillion of sovereign debt and $1 trillion of corporate debt now trading at negative yields, it’s getting tougher for investors to know where to turn, the strategist acknowledged.

“What kind of saver, what sort of investor, wants to get a negative real yield?” he said. ” Now, the comeback to that is, ‘OK, we get it, but it’s not really a fundamental market right now.’ … Trade is dominating. Brexit’s important. Hong Kong is out there. Until these factors calm down a fair bit, the fundamentals simply don’t matter that much.”

As such, Schumacher predicted the 10-year would “bounce around” for the rest of 2019, in line with the market’s recent volatility.

And, for investors, very short-maturity Treasurys — of 1-year duration or less — is the best place to wait out the roller-coaster ride, he said in a Thursday phone call with CNBC.

Bonds continued their climb late Thursday.

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The 10-year yield hasn’t done this in 20 years, and it could be a bullish sign

Call it a bond yield bounce. That action caused a 12% spike in the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) in August, a move rarely seen in the Treasury market. “Now that some of the artificial buying has pulled back, it should lead to a bounce in interest rates and a sell-off in the bond market,” Maley said. If the Fed cuts as expected, I think the yield curve eventually straightens out,” he said. “And, in my opinion, … the opportunities right now are much more attractive in the stock market


Call it a bond yield bounce. That action caused a 12% spike in the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) in August, a move rarely seen in the Treasury market. “Now that some of the artificial buying has pulled back, it should lead to a bounce in interest rates and a sell-off in the bond market,” Maley said. If the Fed cuts as expected, I think the yield curve eventually straightens out,” he said. “And, in my opinion, … the opportunities right now are much more attractive in the stock market
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The 10-year yield hasn't done this in 20 years, and it could be a bullish sign

Call it a bond yield bounce.

U.S. Treasury yields turned higher on Thursday following news that U.S.-China trade talks were to resume in October, mirroring a broad-based move up in the stock market. The yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury rose to 1.57%.

And, lucky for yield-hunters, this positive action “could last for a little while,” says Matt Maley, chief market strategist at Miller Tabak.

“Yields have been going down all year, and there’s been a good reason for that,” he said Thursday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation,” pointing to Wall Street’s concerns around slower growth, U.S.-China trade, Brexit and other geopolitical issues.

Those worries have led to what Maley called “artificial buying” in the bond market, with investors flocking to bond-based mutual funds and other investments in the interest of hedging their existing positions. That action caused a 12% spike in the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) in August, a move rarely seen in the Treasury market.

“Now that some of the artificial buying has pulled back, it should lead to a bounce in interest rates and a sell-off in the bond market,” Maley said.

That theory is not only supported by the moves in the TLT — which, as of Thursday, was the most overbought it has been since its inception in 2002 — but by bond yields themselves, the strategist said.

Ten-year yields, for example, are “the most oversold they’ve been since 1998,” Maley said.

“These are kind of the streams I think will lead to tradeable moves, not just ones that’ll last for a couple of days,” he said. “I’m not necessarily saying it’s the end of the whole move [and] rates are going to go straight up from here, but I do think it’s one that’ll last for a while.”

Indeed, the 10-year yield did decline slightly on Friday, to 1.553%.

For Mark Tepper, president and CEO of Strategic Wealth Partners, “all the easy money in Treasurys has already been made.”

“As an investor, it’s important to understand that the 30-year yield is pretty much in line with the dividend yield on the S&P 500 right now. So, which would you rather own over the next 10 years?” he asked during an interview on the same segment. “You’re getting the same yield with a growth component if you invest in stocks.”

And if the stock market rally holds and sends the S&P back to its all-time high around 3,025, yields will follow, Tepper said.

“Right now, all eyes are on the Fed. If the Fed cuts as expected, I think the yield curve eventually straightens out,” he said. “And, in my opinion, … the opportunities right now are much more attractive in the stock market.”

The Fed meets Sept. 17-18.

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The FBI is visiting Facebook to talk about 2020 election security, with Google and Twitter tagging along

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Gut health start-up uBiome files for bankruptcy five months after FBI raid

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JP Morgan upgrades Virtu Financial, says stock will rebound after rough year

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Ray Dalio warns of ‘serious problems’ and a bond ‘blow-off’ as a repeat of the late 1930s looms

Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is worried that the current landscape is starting to resemble Depression-era conditions that could hammer investors. In a LinkedIn post Thursday, the billionaire Bridgewater Associates founder said high levels of debt and central banks’ ineffectiveness are two of the key factors that need watching. The U.S.-China conflict is adding to the problems as an existing power battles an emerging one. “If/when there is an economic downturn, that will produce serious problems in


Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is worried that the current landscape is starting to resemble Depression-era conditions that could hammer investors. In a LinkedIn post Thursday, the billionaire Bridgewater Associates founder said high levels of debt and central banks’ ineffectiveness are two of the key factors that need watching. The U.S.-China conflict is adding to the problems as an existing power battles an emerging one. “If/when there is an economic downturn, that will produce serious problems in
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Ray Dalio warns of 'serious problems' and a bond 'blow-off' as a repeat of the late 1930s looms

Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is worried that the current landscape is starting to resemble Depression-era conditions that could hammer investors.

In a LinkedIn post Thursday, the billionaire Bridgewater Associates founder said high levels of debt and central banks’ ineffectiveness are two of the key factors that need watching. The U.S.-China conflict is adding to the problems as an existing power battles an emerging one.

“If/when there is an economic downturn, that will produce serious problems in ways that are analogous to the ways that the confluence of those three influences produced serious problems in the late 1930s,” Dalio wrote.


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US Treasury yields steady amid renewed trade talk hopes

U.S. government debt yields held steady Friday after Chinese officials said the country would be open to calmly resolving its trade war with the world’s largest economy. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 1.52%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at around 1.983%. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, after China’s commerce ministry said Thursday that it was opposed to escala


U.S. government debt yields held steady Friday after Chinese officials said the country would be open to calmly resolving its trade war with the world’s largest economy. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 1.52%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at around 1.983%. Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, after China’s commerce ministry said Thursday that it was opposed to escala
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US Treasury yields steady amid renewed trade talk hopes

U.S. government debt yields held steady Friday after Chinese officials said the country would be open to calmly resolving its trade war with the world’s largest economy.

At around 7:42 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 1.52%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at around 1.983%.

Market focus is largely attuned to global trade developments, after China’s commerce ministry said Thursday that it was opposed to escalating trade tensions with Washington.

President Donald Trump also said Thursday that some trade discussions between both sides had taken place on Thursday, with more scheduled over the coming weeks.

Trade tensions have dominated market sentiment for much of this year, with wild swings in global markets as rhetoric between world’s two largest economies fluctuates from conciliatory to combative.

On Wednesday, the rate on the benchmark 30-year Treasury bond sank to an all-time low, while the U.S. yield curve inverted even further.

The move extended losses from earlier in the week, when the spread between the 10-year rate and the 2-year yield — seen by many as an important recession prognosticator — registered its lowest level since 2007.

On the data front, personal income figures for July will be released at around 8:30 a.m. ET. Consumer spending for July and the latest monthly and annualized core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) index will be released at the same time.

Chicago PMI (Purchasing Managers’ Index) and consumer sentiment data for August will follow slightly later in the session.

There are no major Treasury bond auctions scheduled on Friday.


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Treasury yields off record lows as investors monitor US-China trade developments

U.S. government debt prices ticked lower Thursday morning as investors monitored U.S.-China trade developments and looked ahead to fresh economic data. At 4:00 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was trading higher at 1.4827%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 1.9600%. Bond yields move inversely to prices.


U.S. government debt prices ticked lower Thursday morning as investors monitored U.S.-China trade developments and looked ahead to fresh economic data. At 4:00 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was trading higher at 1.4827%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 1.9600%. Bond yields move inversely to prices.
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Treasury yields off record lows as investors monitor US-China trade developments

U.S. government debt prices ticked lower Thursday morning as investors monitored U.S.-China trade developments and looked ahead to fresh economic data.

At 4:00 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was trading higher at 1.4827%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 1.9600%. Bond yields move inversely to prices.


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