Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Stocks Aren’t the Only Assets Falling Into the Red DealBook Supported by Nov. 26, 2018 Good Monday. (Want this by email? Sign up here .) Stock investors aren’t the only ones suffering This year could go down as dismal for investors in all kinds of asset classes: • The WSJ reports that BlackRock thinks “stocks and bonds could both finish the year in the red for the first time in at least a quarter-century.” • Bitcoin fell below $4,000 over the weekend. It lost a third of its value in under a week, and is down about 80 percent from its high of nearly $20,000 last December. • Many other markets, including emerging-economy currencies and commodities, are struggling. • The WSJ notes that “90 percent of the 70 asset classes tracked by Deutsche Bank are posting negative total returns in dollar terms for the year through mid-November.” The contributing factors include slowing global growth, trade tensions and rising interest rates. More on what to make of it all from Greg Ip of the WSJ: The question is whether markets, in… Read full this story
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