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Fed sets fee structure for BlackRock's role in mortgage bond purchases

BlackRock Inc will earn less than $8 million a year in fees for its role assisting the Federal Reserve with its purchases of commercial mortgage-backed securities, one of the new programs the central bank is rolling out to backstop an economy under threat from the coronavirus outbreak, according to details of the arrangement released on Friday.

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'Maximum bearish': funds in record rush to cash in past week

Investors rushed into cash and out of bonds at a record pace over the past week as the coronavirus pandemic caused mayhem in markets, BofA said on Friday, though it noted a key positioning signal at "maximum bearish" could signal a big rally ahead.

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Time to buy stocks again, market mavens say

BlackRock, Credit Suisse and some other big banks reckon it is time to get back into equities after markets rallied this week following massive government and central bank stimulus packages to fight fallout from the coronavirus crisis.

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda attends a news conference in Tokyo

Breakingviews - Bank of Japan gives lesson in perils of ETF buying

The Bank of Japan has been an unhappy trailblazer in central banking. What happens to a central bank that has been buying equity exchange-traded funds since 2013 will fascinate peers who are resorting to ever more extreme measures to dig their economies out of a coronavirus-created hole. Among those particularly interested may be Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, who this week announced plans to buy ETFs that track high-grade U.S. corporate bonds.

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