COB and CEO of Facebook Inc (30 year financials, insider dealing) Mark Zuckerberg (insider dealing) sold 44750 FB shares on 1902In 2021 at an average price of $ 26383 a share. Total sales were $ 118 million

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Facebook Inc is the world’s largest online social network The products are Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp and Oculus Its products enable people to connect and share using mobile devices and PCs. Facebook Inc has a market cap of US 741 – $ 33 billion; The shares were trading at around $ 260.330,000 with a P / E ratio of 2,578 and P / S ratio of 874 Facebook Inc recorded an average annual EBITDA growth of 4,290% over the past decade, GuruFocus rated Facebook Inc a 5-star GuruFocus has on Facebook Inc 2 serious warning signs noted

COB and CEO, 10% owner Mark Zuckerberg sold on 19022021 44750 FB shares at an average price of $ 26383 The share price has declined 133% since then

COB and CEO, 10% owner Mark Zuckerberg sold on 18022021 44750 FB shares at an average price of $ 26853 The share price is down 3.05% since

COB and CEO, 10% owner Mark Zuckerberg sold on 17022021 44750 FB shares at an average price of $ 27214 The share price has declined 434% since then

COB and CEO, 10% owner Mark Zuckerberg sold on 16022021 47344 FB shares at an average price of $ 27424 The share price is down 5.07% since

COB and CEO, 10% owner Mark Zuckerberg sold on 0212th2021 44750 FB shares at an average price of $ 26952 The share price has fallen 341% since then

CFO David M Wehner sold on 17022021 2632 FB shares at an average price of $ 27044 the share price has fallen 374% since then

Chief Accounting Officer Susan Js Taylor sold on Jan.022021 2707 FB shares at an average of $ 26947 the share price has declined 339% since then

VP and General Counsel Jennifer Newstead sold on Jan.092021 429 FB shares at an average price of $ 26725 The share price has fallen 2.59% since then

VP and General Counsel Jennifer Newstead sold on Jan.022021 310 FB shares at an average price of $ 26553 The share price is down 1.96% since

VP and General Counsel Jennifer Newstead sold on Jan.012021 310 FB shares at an average price of $ 278 08 The share price has declined 638% since then

The Tesla boss’s wealth took a hit when investors pissed off Bitcoin and the electric car maker

Even after a price drop of more than 10Analysts see more sales in the last few days

Venezuela is shipping jet fuel to Iran in exchange for vital gasoline imports for the South American nation under a swap deal made by the two state-owned oil companies, three knowledgeable people told Reuters Iran has stepped up support for Venezuela since last year the US tightened sanctions against both countries and strained oil exports by the state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela and the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Iran has sent flotillas of state-operated tankers to Venezuela with gasoline and raw materials for fuels, as well as equipment and spare parts, to help the once prosperous OPEC nation get its rundown refineries back on track
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(Bloomberg) – $ 1 from President Joe Biden’s $ 9 trillion relief plan and the prospect of more incentives later this year paves the way for a move away from historically low government bond yields, which are likely to spike volatility will lead in the foreign exchange marketsS. Returns have been rising even before the plan even hit – suggesting what might be in store for BlackRock Inc sees as much as $ 2.8 trillion in additional household spending this year and the risk of further spike in long-term interest rates John Velis of BNY Mellon says a 2% return for 10 years through April as part of a “tantrum without the rejuvenation” of bond purchases Federal Reserve and the volatility of currencies is so low that it is virtually certain it will rise, says Harley Bassman, creator of a widely-observed measure of treasury market movements for weeks the million dollar question has been for Many investors wondered whether the $ 1 trillion aid plan – like the first package – would flow primarily through the financial markets or actually get more to the US Economy that could see changes in spending and investment sizes larger than the original size of the stimulus The wave of reflation bets spilling across global markets suggests that the latter narrative is gaining traction, suggesting such trades may have leeway “There is a lot of momentum in the pipeline that could add up to $ 2-3 trillion in the end,” said Velis, FX and macro strategist at BNY Mellon, on the phone Part of another package focused on infrastructure and growth later that year, he said yields started rising in January after the Democrats appeared ready to take control of the Senate and topped the 10-year mark The previously elusive level of 1% sent The rate currently stands at 137% is now at its highest level in almost a year, but the rising returns did not go t associated with corresponding reactions on the foreign exchange market, which has remained largely stable.A measure, for example, is the CBOE EuroCurrency Volatility Index, which shows the short-term forecast volatility of the euro-dollar exchange rate.It was largely declining in 2021 and did not move far from the Rising interest rates are the first place where stronger growth and inflation prospects are reflected, followed by volatility in currencies. A place to watch is in the yen, which is one of the lowest implied foreign exchange volumes among the Has major currencies and has “more room to climb,” says Velis. Meanwhile, he sees the dollar’s next direction as “a little ambiguous” “Turbocharger on restart” at BlackRock IncAs the largest money manager in the world, new household spending is viewed as a “turbo charger for the restart” of the pandemic-affected US Economy, with more spending only providing more support, said Jean Boivin, head of research at the company, and others. They see a substantial risk of further spikes in long-term returns “as markets grapple with an economic reboot that is affecting the economy Could Exceed Expectations “Which Could Lead to Volatility Spells They downgraded their view of government bonds while expanding their risk-taking stance, including preferring stocks. Implied volatility in a variety of financial instruments is currently” mispriced and under-priced, “said Bassman, inventor of today’s ICE BofA MOVE Index, Wall Street’s most widely used benchmark for interest rate volatility. He says the combination of fiscal and monetary policies between the Biden administration and the Fed “can create volatility in both directions” while greater volatility in interest rates to a volatility of the currency He said that “forecasting is much more difficult now.” Bond and currency markets have priced in an initial $ 1 incentive”9 trillion turning into temporary inflation and declining demand,” said Thomas Graff, a portfolio manager who helps oversee $ 100 billion at Brown Advisory in Baltimore. “What hasn’t been priced in is a permanent, booming economy If the fiscal boost is enough to put the U At a higher level of growth, this is likely to result in a higher dollar and make the currency markets more volatile ”For more articles like this, please visit us on BloombergcomSubscribe now to stay ahead of the game with the most trusted business news source © 2021 Bloomberg LP

HSBC is set to withdraw from US Retail Banking, a source familiar with the matter, told Reuters on Monday that Europe’s largest bank is trying to divest a business that has long underperformed the U.S. The consumer business will be part of the lender’s strategy update due Tuesday as board chairman Noel Quinn seeks to cut costs, increase fee income and continue the lender’s relocation to Asia with the sale or closure of the remaining 150 or so stores in the US, after 80 stores closed last year, would mark the end of HSBC’s struggle to restart a business that has struggled to crack down on incumbent domestic rivals

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British Airways owner IAG said Monday it had increased total liquidity by £ 2.4 billion ($ 3.4 billion)) by deferring pension contributions and taking out a loan that will help survive the travel slump longer. “In addition to these agreements, the IAG is continuing to review other debt initiatives to further improve its liquidity,” the IAG said in a statement

A drop in Bitcoin price was carried over to shares of Tesla Inc, which recently announced the company was holding $ 1.5 billion in investments in the cryptocurrency and slamming exchange-traded funds that kept Tesla’s shares falling on Tuesday again 33% to USD 69059 The decline in Tesla shares hit Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) like the ARK Innovation ETF by 49% and the ARSE Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF, minus 43%

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Jerome Powell is likely to reiterate the Fed’s pro-stimulus stance today, potentially undercutting Bitcoin and stocks

(Bloomberg) – A world-leading vaccine campaign brings UK Markets brought back to life With every third adult getting at least one shot, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just put in place a roadmap for the lockdown that will give fresh ammunition to high-fortune cops One of the biggest moves of recent times: the pound has been this year faster than any other major currency UK Stocks have oversized gains in dollars Corporations enjoy a credit bonanza that looks historicFor many investors who fled the 2016 Brexit vote, buying the UK today seems like a safer bet, “We failed to be overweight UK Shares for many years, as they have lagged significantly behind other regions since the Brexit referendum, ”said Michael Herzum, Head of Macro Strategies at Union Investment in Frankfurt. He is now buying the FTSE 250 while he is selling the Eurostoxx Index As the country offers one of the fastest vaccination programs in the world, the pound is one of the hottest trades in the currency markets – gaining around 25% against the dollar this year, only last week it broke the $ 1 threshold of 40 for the first time since 2018 , while rising at its strongest against the euro since the depths of the pandemic panic last March, the sterling rally may now have fresh legs as the U.KThe monetary path of the euro area is different “The interest rate markets are beginning to praise a future decoupling between the ECB and the political prospects of the BOE, which is supported by the BOE to effectively stop the market speculation about negative interest rates,” said Valentin Marinov, head of the G-10 Currency Research at Credit Agricole The return on benchmark UK Bonds have also risen faster than European peers and US. Government bonds in 2021 as market price in a strong economic recovery and rising inflation expectations Another measure of the economic cycle signals more good news The country’s yield curve – measured by the difference between the interest rates for five- and 30-year debt – is the steepest since 2018, led by movements with longer running timesFTSE FansEven UK Stocks Find More Love Today For years, billions have fled the Brexit-hit market – the world’s least loved region, according to Bank of America Corp. Negative bets are waning this month Survey net 10% of respondents are bearishly positioned compared to 34% three months ago Sentiment follows price While the FTSE 100 has lagged the Stoxx Europe 600 index this year, the index on a dollar basis outperforms one The rise in the UK currency has driven the outperformance of the domestically exposed FTSE 250 versus the exporter-facing FTSE 100 since the market low in March 2020, and there could be more juice in the rally, with cheaper valuations and higher dividend yields than Borrowing bonanza from global competitors All that helps UK Borrowers Up 38%, the average return on sterling junk bonds, an indication of the cost of borrowing, is near all lows, bringing sterling corporate bond sales to their fastest start to the year in five years of supermarket chain Asda Group Ltd showed market hospitality for UK Risk this month, the largest corporate bond ever priced in UK currency at £ 225 billion (US $ 3) 15 billionAs part of buyout funding, Sterling Junk Debt offers a yield increase of nearly 180 basis points after accounting for currency hedging costs and outperforming competition in Europe – a selling point for investors outside of the country. “A Brexit deal and vaccine success mean that many investors are starting to re-examine, “said the UK Market, said Nicolas Trindade, a portfolio manager at Axa Investment Managers who manages £ 758 billion ($ 1 trillion) is different with investment-grade securities, which are more risky than their euro counterparts, the longer average Sterling corporate bond maturity means gold yields are rising – for investors who have inflicted the biggest loss since the start of the year since 2008 (updates with UK Economic Reopening Plan in Paragraph 2) For more articles like this, please visit us on BloombergcomSubscribe now to stay ahead of the game with the most trusted economic news source © 2021 Bloomberg LP

The company’s shares, which were down 44% over the past year, rose 9% in morning trading as Royal Caribbean says it has seen new bookings jump 30% year-to-date from November and December, analysts Royal Caribbean and Royal Caribbean its colleagues Carnival Corp and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd also asked to gradually resume voyages in the second half of this year following the months-long standstill caused by the pandemic

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(Bloomberg) – Now that the lights are back in Texas, the state needs to figure out who will pay for the energy crisis that plunged millions into the dark last week.It’s likely going to be ordinary Texans, the price so far: 50 $ 6 Billions, the cost of electricity that BloombergNEF estimates sold from early Monday when the blackouts started through Friday morning that compares to $ 4.2 billion for the previous week Some of that cost has already fallen on consumers as electricity customers exposed to wholesale prices last week utility bills of up to 8Other customers don’t know what to expect until they get their gas and electricity bills at the end of the month. Ultimately, the financial pain is likely to be shared by interest payers and taxpayers alike, said Michael Webber, professor at the university from Texas in Austin and Chief Science Officer of the French utility company Engie SAS. Electricity market failures are clues Texans could be hooked for decades Californians, for example, spent about 20 years paying the Enron-era 2000-2001 electricity crisis through surcharges on electricity bills, CPS Energy, owned by the city of San Antonio, said on Twitter, ways are being sought to spread the cost over the last week over the next 10 years that didn’t go well with its clients, who railed against the company’s proposal during a board meeting on Monday, “It is unacceptable to put the cost of this event on a decade, “said Aaron Arguello, organizer at Move Texas.” Customers are already in debt with student loans, mortgages and other payments, “But companies that suffered huge losses when electricity bills soared last week will be inevitably trying to recoup these through their customers, taxpayers or bonds n How fast Texans pay depends on who their supplier is, gas utilities typically pass the cost on to customers at the end of the monthly billing cycle, said Toby Shea, senior credit officer at Moody’s Investors Service, utilities, cooperatives and regulated electricity companies have the option to do that Spreading Costs Over Time “It’s very easy for a government to spread this out over many years and even a few months,” said Paula Gold-Williams, chief executive officer of CPS, said last week the company could also issue bonds Some utility companies are trying to secure hundreds of millions of dollars in liquidity to spread the cost for 10 to 20 years, said Scott Sagen, associate director at U.S. public finance at S&P Global Ratings Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative IncFor example, the syndicated credit line has a value of 250 million US $ fully drawn and recently a $ 300 million bilateral credit facility USD with the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corp According to a S&P report for a year released Monday, a number of utility companies are in talks with their banks to get liquidity to pay off their current debts so they can take out a bridging loan that they convert into long-term bonds, “They are trying to To offset those costs as much as possible and insure their customers, “Sagen said small retailers, who tend to be more thinly capitalized and less robustly protected, have limited options. One such company, Griddy, said last week it would be supported by the network operator during the Questioning Crisis Prices To Make Up For Losses For It And Its Customers Another company, Octopus Energy, said Monday it would award any energy bill that is above the week’s average electricity price and the resulting losses that run into millions Dollars could be on The state supervisory authority on Sunday prevented electricity sellers from disconnecting customers from the grid for non-payment It takes time for the governor and lawmaker to first come up with a plan for handling sky-high bills, a Public Utility Commission spokesman said for the Texan legislature is likely to start discussion on consumer relief as part of its crisis hearings that will begin this week Texas In theory, lawmakers could pass an emergency bill that could cover the inflated cost of the generators during the crisis, said Julie Cohn, an energy historian with ties to the Center for Energy Studies at Rice University and the Center for Public History at the University of Houston. “That would be another piece to say that you can have a competitive electricity market that we have but forbid the provider to link the price directly to the wholesale price like Griddy does “That would be easier in a state that, according to Webber, has a stricter regulatory approach to its electricity market pursues A About Texas having decided to go more hand in hand with its deregulated system, he said, “The question is, where does the money come from?” Shea said, “Will Texas save certain customers? That’s not their attitude towards how they manage their market or their economy ”For more articles like this, please visit us on BloombergcomSubscribe now to stay ahead of the game with the most trusted business news source © 2021 Bloomberg LP

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