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U.S. fund investors compound pain for bond markets

U.S. fund investors sold more bonds in December's opening days, the Investment Company Institute (ICI) said on Wednesday, putting even more of a chill on markets where companies and governments borrow.

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Palladium outshines gold for first time in 16 years

Palladium is more valuable than gold for the first time since 2002, with prices soaring by around 50 percent in less than four months to record levels -- just as gold failed to capitalize on some seemingly bullish scenarios.

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U.S. mutual fund sales signal retail investor caution

U.S. mutual fund investors pulled $13.7 billion from stocks and bonds during the latest week, according to data released on Thursday by Lipper underscoring retail investors' rising concerns over turbulent markets.

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Breakingviews - Crypto disruptors want a hug from Wall St

“Do you have a state ID?” That’s the first question you hear when picking up credentials to enter Consensus: Invest, a cryptocurrency conference where the sector’s libertarian, anti-establishment ethos used to reign. After an 80 percent collapse in the price of bitcoin over the past year, digital currency enthusiasts are rethinking old assumptions and looking for support wherever they can find it.

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