Corporate bonds

Amazon loses less than other technologies on corporate bond announcement

The “wait and see” mood on the back of weak corrective slopes in the market seems like an appropriate solution investment position for the current week, where the “no deal” used as a safety bet could become the dominant practice.

In Europe, Germany’s annualized consumer inflation gauge posted a further update to 7.3%, while average retail prices gained 2.5% on a monthly basis in March. . Both of these numbers sound alarm bells, so another clear sign that the value of silver is falling could prompt investors to convert more euro-denominated funds into potentially rising market assets. The crowd is braced for a tense expectation of the European Central Bank‘s (ECB) strenuous effort to give or not give early hawkish clues at its April 14 meeting.

Major European stock index futures are losing ground. The next psychological supports of 14,000 for the prices of the German Xetra DAX and 6,400 for the French CAC 40 are likely to give way and then give way to the bears. Some market members who are still keen to buy dips are still present but they represent a tiny minority as the leading indicator for Wall Street’s S&P 500 has touched below 4,400.

Market flagships Apple and Microsoft fell 2.55% and 3.94% respectively, with the iPhone maker not immediately attracting safe haven attention even at prices around $165 a share. , after the recent $180 zone, while Microsoft has been hit for a while after UBS estimated that Office 365, its second largest earner, may experience slower growth ahead as the labor trend home is not so strong.

News of some consumer graphics processing unit (GPU) cancellations with the upcoming fork for the Ethereum cryptocurrency partially reduced demand, leading Nvidia’s prices down 5.2% for touching the zone below $220 per share at Monday’s close, though the semiconductor maker stormed the $290 hill just at the end of March when its CEOs announced the placement Nvidia’s upcoming chip production at rival Intel’s facilities.

The regular release of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics with a new expected 40-year consumer price record of 8.4% rather confuses the market, but does not encourage immediate action, while the Investors are torn between whether to wait for a better time on stocks or simply invest in Treasuries. The decision is not so easy because bond yields are rising almost every day, “promising” to become a better investment tomorrow or even the day after.

At least for part of the market, corporate bonds could become a real alternative, a fact that resurfaced after Amazon, the world’s largest e-commerce platform, launched a sale of investment grade bonds. into seven parts, including its 40-year debt. papers. Amazon wants to use the money to fund acquisitions to open new warehouses and even send broadband streaming satellites into space, also sharing buyouts and paying off its previous debt as well. A 40-year-old stock from Amazon could yield 1.55% on U.S. Treasuries, Reuters said according to “a person familiar with the matter.”

Amazon’s cash equivalents and marketable securities are now reportedly at their all-time high of $96 billion, but that’s actually not a large sum compared to more than $1.5 trillion of its cap. Amazon’s fourth-quarter report set a record for earnings and revenue, and the company also announced a 20-to-1 stock split to attract small private investors. Shares of Amazon fell less than many other tech giants on Monday, losing only about 2% to stay above $3,000 per share.

This article was written by Alex Boltyan, Senior Analyst at Esperio the society.

The “wait and see” mood on the back of weak corrective slopes in the market seems like an appropriate solution investment position for the current week, where the “no deal” used as a safety bet could become the dominant practice.

In Europe, Germany’s annualized consumer inflation gauge posted a further update to 7.3%, while average retail prices gained 2.5% on a monthly basis in March. . Both of these numbers sound alarm bells, so another clear sign that the value of silver is falling could prompt investors to convert more euro-denominated funds into potentially rising market assets. The crowd is braced for a tense expectation of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) strenuous effort to give or not give early hawkish clues at its April 14 meeting.

Major European stock index futures are losing ground. The next psychological supports of 14,000 for the prices of the German Xetra DAX and 6,400 for the French CAC 40 are likely to give way and then give way to the bears. Some market members who are still keen to buy dips are still present but they represent a tiny minority as the leading indicator for Wall Street’s S&P 500 has touched below 4,400.

Market flagships Apple and Microsoft fell 2.55% and 3.94% respectively, with the iPhone maker not immediately attracting safe haven attention even at prices around $165 a share. , after the recent $180 zone, while Microsoft has been hit for a while after UBS estimated that Office 365, its second largest earner, may experience slower growth ahead as the labor trend home is not so strong.

News of some consumer graphics processing unit (GPU) cancellations with the upcoming fork for the Ethereum cryptocurrency partially reduced demand, leading Nvidia’s prices down 5.2% for touching the zone below $220 per share at Monday’s close, though the semiconductor maker stormed the $290 hill just at the end of March when its CEOs announced the placement Nvidia’s upcoming chip production at rival Intel’s facilities.

The regular release of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics with a new expected 40-year consumer price record of 8.4% rather confuses the market, but does not encourage immediate action, while the Investors are torn between whether to wait for a better time on stocks or simply invest in Treasuries. The decision is not so easy because bond yields are rising almost every day, “promising” to become a better investment tomorrow or even the day after.

At least for part of the market, corporate bonds could become a real alternative, a fact that resurfaced after Amazon, the world’s largest e-commerce platform, launched a sale of investment grade bonds. into seven parts, including its 40-year debt. papers. Amazon wants to use the money to fund acquisitions to open new warehouses and even send broadband streaming satellites into space, also sharing buyouts and paying off its previous debt as well. A 40-year-old stock from Amazon could yield 1.55% on U.S. Treasuries, Reuters said according to “a person familiar with the matter.”

Amazon’s cash equivalents and marketable securities are now reportedly at their all-time high of $96 billion, but that’s actually not a large sum compared to more than $1.5 trillion of its cap. Amazon’s fourth-quarter report set a record for earnings and revenue, and the company also announced a 20-to-1 stock split to attract small private investors. Shares of Amazon fell less than many other tech giants on Monday, losing only about 2% to stay above $3,000 per share.

This article was written by Alex Boltyan, Senior Analyst at Esperio the society.