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NEW YORK (Reuters) - From lumber prices to wages and inventories: Reading the clues around inflation has turned into an investor obsession. As investors assess the risks of rising prices to financial markets, however, some think the biggest gains in inflation are already in the rear-view mirror. Koesterich thinks inflation will likely run above trend lines well into 2022 given the bottlenecks in global supply chains. Investors who bet on inflation typically move into groups better-positioned to weather price rises, like materials and energy and companies with pricing power. REASONS TO WORRYWhile the majority of investors believe inflation is transitory, according to a Bank of America fund manager survey, worries remain.
Persons: Leah Millis, , Russ Koesterich, Koesterich, Jeff Mayberry, ” Mayberry, Ernesto Ramos, Morgan Stanley, Michael Wilson, Greg Wilensky, Janus Henderson, Wilensky, “ I’m, ” Paul Tudor Jones, ” Morgan, James Gorman, Mohamed El Organizations: YORK, Federal Reserve Board, REUTERS, Employers, Fed, BMO Global Asset Management, Bank of America, U.S, Securities, Tudor Investment Corp, CNBC, ” Morgan Stanley, Allianz, Locations: Washington , U.S, Treasuries
L2N2NR2Q5 read moreAs investors assess the risks of rising prices to financial markets, however, some think the biggest gains in inflation are already in the rear-view mirror. That is in line with the Federal Reserve's notion that inflation will be "transitory." Koesterich thinks inflation will likely run above trend lines well into 2022 given the bottlenecks in global supply chains. REASONS TO WORRYWhile the majority of investors believe inflation is transitory, according to a Bank of America fund manager survey, worries remain. He said he would be "really concerned arguing that inflation is transitory" with inventories at a "record low" while demand is "screaming."
Persons: Leah Millis, Russ Koesterich, Koesterich, Jeff Mayberry, Mayberry, Ernesto Ramos, Morgan Stanley, Michael Wilson, Greg Wilensky, Janus Henderson, Wilensky, Paul Tudor Jones, Morgan, James Gorman, Mohamed El, David Randall, Megan Davies, Dan Grebler Organizations: Board, REUTERS, Employers, BMO Global Asset Management, Bank of America, U.S, Securities, Tudor Investment Corp, CNBC, Morgan Stanley, Allianz, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Treasuries
UPDATE 1-EU excludes major banks from bond sales
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
It fined banks including Bank of America, Credit Agricole, Natixis, Nomura, Natwest Markets (formerly RBS) and UniCredit for breaching antitrust rules by participating in bond cartels in two separate cases in April and May this year. Deutsche Bank also participated in one of the cartels but was not fined as it revealed the cartel to the Commission. Those banks are among the EU’s 39 primary dealers, which manage syndicated debt sales for the bloc -- where they sell the debt directly onto end investors -- for lucrative fees. Spokespeople for Nomura, BofA, Barclays, Natixis, Credit Agricole, NatWest, Deutsche Bank, UniCredit, Citi and JP Morgan all declined to comment. The European Union on Tuesday raised 20 billion euros ($24.25 billion) from the first bond backing its recovery fund on the back of near-record demand.
Persons: Nomura, Spokespeople, JP Morgan, Intesa Sanpaolo, Morgan Stanley Organizations: European Union, European Commission, Reuters, , Bank of America, Credit Agricole, Natixis, Natwest Markets, RBS, Deutsche Bank, Commission, Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Natwest, BofA, NatWest, UniCredit, Citi, Financial Times, BNP, DZ Bank, HSBC, IMI, Intesa, Danske Bank, Santander Locations: AMSTERDAM
Despite last month’s decline reported by the Commerce Department on Tuesday, the trend in retail sales remains strong. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast retail sales declining 0.8%. The retail sales report mostly capture spending on goods, with restaurants and bars the only services category included. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/File PhotoExcluding automobiles, gasoline, building materials and food services, retail sales dropped 0.7% after a revised 0.4% fall in April. These so-called core retail sales correspond most closely with the consumer spending component of gross domestic product.
Persons: , grandpa, , Tim Quinlan, Shannon Stapleton, Jerome Powell, Bill Adams, Stephen Juneau Organizations: WASHINGTON, Commerce Department, Reuters, Retail, Consumers, REUTERS, Services, Treasury, Labor Department, PPI, Federal, PNC Financial, Bank of America Securities Locations: Wells, Charlotte , North Carolina, Westbury , New York, U.S, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, New York
JPMorgan, Other Major U.S. Banks Excluded From Landmark European Bond Program
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Anna Hirtenstein | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The European Union excluded some of the world’s largest banks from working on a huge new debt-issuance program, citing recent cases in which regulators punished them for forming cartels in the bond and currency markets. The banks include Barclays PLC, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Nomura Holdings Inc., UniCredit SpA, Bank of America Corp. , Citigroup Inc. and Credit Agricole SA, according to an EU official. Nomura, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Barclays, Bank of America and Crédit Agricole declined to comment. The program, the first major pan-European debt program, will eventually raise around 800 billion euros, equivalent to nearly $1 trillion, over five years. The first deal raised €20 billion from the sale of 10-year bonds at a yield of 0.086%.
Persons: won’t, Nomura Organizations: European Union, Barclays PLC, JPMorgan Chase &, Nomura Holdings Inc, UniCredit, Bank of America Corp, Citigroup Inc, Credit Agricole SA, EU, European, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Barclays, Bank of America, Crédit Locations: UniCredit SpA
JPMorgan, Other Major Banks Excluded From Landmark European Bond Program
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Anna Hirtenstein | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The European Union excluded some of the world’s largest banks from working on a massive new debt issuance program, citing recent cases in which regulators punished them for forming cartels in the bond and currency markets. The banks include Barclays PLC , JPMorgan Chase & Co , Nomura Holdings Inc. , UniCredit SpA , Bank of America Corp. , Citigroup Inc. , and Credit Agricole SA , according to an EU official. Pending the assessment’s completion, these institutions “will not be invited to tender for individual syndicated transactions.”JPMorgan, Nomura, Citigroup and Bank of America declined to comment. The EU was set Tuesday to begin issuing bonds to fund its fiscal spending plans to support member states to recover from the pandemic. The program, the first major pan-European debt program, will eventually raise around 800 billion euros, equivalent to nearly $1 trillion.
Organizations: European Union, Barclays PLC, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Nomura Holdings Inc, UniCredit, Bank of America Corp, Citigroup Inc, Credit Agricole SA, EU, European, JPMorgan, Nomura, Citigroup, Bank of America Locations: UniCredit SpA
Bank of America predicts Exxon will hike its dividend, shares will rise 45%
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Pippa Stevens | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
1, the activist firm that gained three board seats at Exxon Mobil after months of targeting the oil giant, may have focused its campaign on climate, but Bank of America believes shareholders who voted in favor of the board shake-up were likely focused on one thing: the dividend. And following aggressive cost-cutting measures and a rebound in oil prices, the firm believes Exxon is set to hike its shareholder payout before the end of the year. "From our discussions with investors, dividend surety and balance sheet integrity perceived to have been put under unnecessary stress in 2020 seemingly was the catalyst for the adverse shareholder vote," the firm said late Monday in a note to clients while reiterating its buy rating on the stock.
Organizations: Exxon Mobil, Bank of America, Exxon
SPACs could stage a summer comeback
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) Special-purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, were one of the stock market's hottest trends in early 2021, drawing in billionaires, celebrities and athletes. Nine new SPACs raised $1.4 billion last week, according to Bill Smith of Renaissance Capital, making it the busiest week since March. So far this quarter, just 50 new SPACs have listed globally, raising $10.9 billion, according to Dealogic data provided to CNN Business. The success of these arrangements may dictate whether other SPACs searching for companies to take public can do so with ease.
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Ping Identity (PING) – Ping Identity announced a 6 million share common stock offering, in a sale of shares held by investment funds affiliated with Vista Equity Partners. The identity management solutions company will not receive any proceeds from the offering. Sage Therapeutics (SAGE) – The drugmaker's shares tanked 17.5% in premarket trading following the release of study results for Sage's experimental depression drug. Citi upgraded the stock to "buy" from "neutral" following that update, and shares rallied 2.6% in the premarket. Novavax (NVAX) – Novavax announced positive results from its first study of its Covid-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine administered simultaneously.
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Former Bank of America equities executive Julien Bahurel is planning to launch a fund this fall. The starting team is expected to have at least ten people and launch with $700 million in AUM. Former Bank of America executive Julien Bahurel is set to launch equities-focused Como Capital in either October or November, sources told Insider, with around $700 million in capital. Bahurel's most recent role at Bank of America was head of equities for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In London, new funds are expected from former York Capital portfolio managers Jack Land and Christophe Aurand later this year.
Persons: Julien Bahurel, Martina Slowey, Morgan Stanley, Jack Land, Christophe Aurand, Zachary Kurz, Alex Karnal's, Braidwell Organizations: Bank of America, Como Capital, Former Bank of America, UBS, York Capital Locations: London, Como, Bahurel's, Europe, Africa
But going forward, issuers may want to target opportunities like back-to-school shopping and pent-up spending by older adults. Opportunities like back-to-school shopping and pent-up older adult spending will likely build on recent growth and help drive issuers' revenues. Back-to-school spending is expected to make a comeback this year. Here's how you can gain access:Join other Insider Intelligence clients who receive Payments & Commerce forecasts, briefings, charts, and research reports to their inboxes each day. >> Browse Our CoverageCurrent subscribers can access the entire Insider Intelligence content archive here.
Persons: Brian Moynihan, Moynihan, , Bloomberg — Organizations: Intelligence, Payments & Commerce, Bank of America, COVID, Bloomberg, Commerce
Retail sales fell 1.3 percent in May, a sign of a bumpy economic recovery.
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Michael Corkery | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
“Consumer spending growth is shifting from goods to services as the economy reopens,” said Gus Faucher, chief economist at PNC Financial Services Group. Mr. Faucher had forecast that retail sales would rise less than 1 percent last month, with a large jump in restaurant spending being offset by a decline in auto sales brought on by a shortage of inventory. Retail sales have been a closely watched barometer of the economic recovery during the pandemic. Retail sales, which experienced a record drop at the start of the pandemic, have returned to prepandemic levels, though at times haltingly. Michelle Meyer, U.S. economist at Bank of America, said last month’s retail sales, if anything, “understate consumer strength.” She tracked credit card spending during the Memorial Day holiday, which was the final weekend of May.
Persons: , Gus Faucher, Faucher, , Michelle Meyer Organizations: PNC Financial Services Group, Bank of America
On a monthly basis, the producer price index for final demand rose 0.8%, ahead of the Dow Jones estimate of 0.5%. Goods inflation continued to be the dominant inflation force, rising 1.5% as opposed to a 0.6% increase in services. Though services continued to be a lower contributor to overall producer price pressures, the index rose for the fifth straight month. The higher numbers likely will add to an ongoing debate over whether the inflation pressures over the past several months will last. Building material and garden supply sales tumbled 5.9% for the month, while miscellaneous store sales were off 5% and general merchandise sales fell 3.3%.
Persons: Dow Jones, Brian Moynihan, Paul Tudor Jones Organizations: Labor Department, of Labor Statistics, Census Bureau, Goods, PPI, BLS, Federal Reserve, Bank of America, CNBC Locations: U.S
Digit then analyzes each consumer's spending habits and automatically pulls extra money from their checking account into a Digit savings account. How the new Digit Direct worksInstead of simply offering checking and savings accounts, Digit's latest offering, Digit Direct, will provide users with three separate accounts: one each for savings, bills and spending. Whenever a paycheck hits your spending account, Digit will analyze which bills you have coming up and apply that pay toward what you owe. What the new Digit Direct costsStarting Tuesday, consumers can sign-up for a waitlist to get early access to Digit Direct before the public launch in Fall 2021. Digit Direct provides users with spending, savings and bill accounts.
Persons: Wells, We've, Ethan Bloch, Bloch, Ally Organizations: Bank of America, CNBC Locations: U.S
Barclays has hired a director in investment-grade bond trading from Bank of America. David Holliday will join later this summer, trading credit in technology, media, and telecoms. LinkedInDavid Holliday resigned from Bank of America this week, where he was a director in investment-grade credit trading, sources told Insider. Credit traders have been in high demand in recent months, and Bank of America and Barclays have each factored into the talent battle. Barclays lost several senior credit traders last month, including US cohead of credit trading John Cortese to Apollo.
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Sage Therapeutics — Shares of the drug maker fell about 17% after the release of study results for its experimental depression drug. Vroom — The used-vehicle e-commerce platform provider's shares fell more than 10% after it announced a convertible note offering of $500 million in convertible senior notes due 2026. Novavax — Shares of Novavax fell over 7% despite the biotech firm's announcement Monday that its Covid-19 vaccine is safe and 90.4% effective. DraftKings — The sports betting company shed more than 5% after Hindenburg Research revealed that it had a short position against the stock. Hindenburg's report highlighted DraftKing's valuation as a concern and alleged involvement in questionable gambling activity by SBTech, which DraftKings merged with in 2020.
Persons: Stephon Gilmore, Vroom, Ping, DraftKings, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Maggie Fitzgerald, Hannah Miao, Jesse Pound, Yun Li, Pippa Stevens Organizations: New England Patriots, Sage Therapeutics, Vista Equity Partners, Hindenburg Research, Exxon Mobil —, Bank of America, Exxon Locations: Foxborough
JPMorgan's robo-advisor and self-directed investing products have $55 billion in assets. Betterment and Wealthfront manage $29 billion and $25 billion in assets as of April, respectively. Still, JPMorgan's online investing assets under management are not entirely comparable to Wealthfront's and Betterment's, since they don't offer self-directed business. Virtually every major US bank has set out to significantly grow its presence in the predictable wealth management business. The robo-advisor sits under the same umbrella as the wider JPMorgan Wealth Management business.
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Inflation is likely temporary, and trades built around it being longer term are now the most overdone in the market, according to Bank of America's June Global Fund Manager Survey. The closely watched gauge of professional investors indicates that Wall Street is in line with the Federal Reserve's view that recent price pressures will lighten up as the year goes on and eventually recede to normal levels. Some 73% of respondents said they see inflation as "transitory," while just 23% say it is permanent. The survey covers 224 panelists with $667 billion under management, and it ran from June 4 to June 10. The poll covers a gamut of investor issues, from where the economy and markets are heading to how much cash portfolio managers are holding and which trades they see as most overdone.
Organizations: Bank of America's, Global, Survey
AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, and Microsoft Azure are launching bank-specific business lines and offerings. Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, IBM, and Microsoft Azure have made in-roads with financial firms in recent years. Google Cloud, for example, recently added PayPal as a payment method for Google Ads and Google Workspace. Plus, IBM's enterprise technology business, unlike some of its competitors, precedes the public cloud, Posey added. The bank maintains a multi-cloud approach, upholding existing deals with AWS, Google Cloud and IBM, though it dubbed Microsoft its lead partner.
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The Pay Is Generous, the Work Nonexistent
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( E.J. Antoni | Casey B. Mulligan | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The latest Labor Department statistics show an all-time record 9.3 million unfilled jobs, even though more than nine million Americans remain unemployed. Twenty-five Republican governors have wisely suspended the $300-a-week supplemental unemployment benefits starting this month. More than a million jobs are waiting to be filled in the construction and manufacturing sectors, but these industries have gained almost no new employees over the past two months. Bank of America Global Research issued a highly quoted study finding that unemployment insurance cash benefits typically pay only about $32,000 a year. The California Employment Development estimated benefits of about $31,200 and argued that unemployed workers weren’t staying on the couch.
Persons: weren’t Organizations: Labor Department, Biden, Bank of America Global Research, California Employment Locations: Washington, California
Wall Street slips as Fed mulls policy, economic data disappoints
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Pete Schroeder | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Slideshow ( 2 images )With the Fed kicking off a two-day policy meeting today, investors are balancing the central bank’s insistence inflation will be transitory with fresh data showing prices growing faster than expected. The readings have investors wondering if the Fed may come out of its meeting Wednesday with any indication it is tweaking its go-slow approach. OIL GAINSOil prices hit their highest levels since 2019 during trading Tuesday on an expected demand surge that should accompany increased travel as pandemic restrictions ease. In currency markets, the dollar hit a one-month high against a basket of currencies Tuesday on the back of the fresh economic data. Spot gold prices fell $9.585 or 0.51%, to $1,856.41 an ounce, while U.S. gold futures were down 0.4% at $1,857.60.
Persons: , Jim Baird, Plante, Brent Organizations: WASHINGTON, . Federal Reserve, Financial, Bank of America Securities, U.S, Treasury, Dow Jones, Nasdaq Locations: Europe, U.S
The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in an increase in people looking for love on dating platforms such as Match Group's Tinder app. A number of tech companies are trading cheaper than their big name counterparts and are of a "higher quality," according to Bank of America, which picked multiple stocks in the sector. Despite the tech sector being "one of the most expensive sectors vs. history" right now, the bank's analysts argued that small and mid-cap tech companies are "cheap on most metrics vs. large cap peers." BofA's investor's guide to small and mid-cap tech companies, published Monday, covers semiconductor, software, hardware and internet stocks, based on themes ranging from the post-pandemic economic reopening to the current chip shortage. Here are 10 of the bank's top under-the-radar tech stock picks:
Organizations: Bank of America
Sen. John Boozman cashed out of Johnson & Johnson, among other stocks. Rep. Scott Franklin, a Republican of Florida, just made some of the biggest stock moves of 2021 — at least among members of Congress. Johnson & Johnson has also experienced vaccine production issues. Meanwhile, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito's husband, Charlie Capito, sold up to $15,000 worth of shares in Wells Fargo on May 10. Energy stocks are hotRep. Mark Green, a Republican from Tennessee, made two stock purchases in motor fuel distributor CrossAmerica Partners.
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Bank of America CEO: Consumer spending has surged 20% compared to 2019
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.62   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBank of America CEO: Consumer spending has surged 20% compared to 2019Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan joined "Squawk Box" on Monday to discuss the health of the consumer as the economy continues to reopen and coronavirus restrictions lift.
Persons: Brian Moynihan Organizations: Email Bank of America, Bank of America
Airline stocks have soared. They're not in the clear yet
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) Air travel in the United States is back. That's great news for airline stocks, which have rallied this year on hopes that domestic trips would make a return. The problem: Demand for business travel and long-haul flights, a crucial source of income, is still extremely depressed. What a difference a year makes, my CNN Business colleague Chris Isidore writes.
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