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Israel estimates that hundreds of its citizens might be subject to war crimes probes by the International Criminal Court, whose jurisdiction it rejects, and is working on how to protect them, the Defence Minister said on Tuesday. Including himself among Israelis who could be threatened with arrest, Benny Gantz told Reuters: "I was never afraid to go across enemy lines, I will continue to stand wherever I have to." The Hague-based tribunal ruled last month that it has jurisdiction over the occupied West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.
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(Bloomberg) -- Stocks fell after the biggest equity rally in nine months spurred speculation about excessive investor optimism amid stretched valuations and higher Treasury yields.The S&P 500 retreated, led by technology, real-estate and industrial companies. Zoom Video Communications Inc. climbed on an revenue forecast that topped analysts’ estimates, while Target Corp. rose as its fourth-quarter performance beat expectations.Stock market optimism among Wall Street strategists has risen close to levels that signaled trouble for equities in the past. A Bank of America measure of their bullishness is near a threshold that historically has been bearish for stocks. The gauge assesses the average recommended allocation to equities by strategists and is very close to triggering a sell signal.Read: Wall Street Bullishness Is Becoming a Contrarian Sell SignalThe correlation between real yields and U.S. equities dropped to its most negative level in five years last week. That strong inverse relationship suggests inflation-adjusted Treasury rates have reached levels where further gains could quickly send the S&P 500 lower, as they feed into steeper borrowing costs and lessen the appeal of other assets.There are some key events to watch this week:U.S. Federal Reserve Beige Book is due Wednesday.OPEC+ meeting on output Thursday.U.S. factory orders, initial jobless claims and durable goods orders are due Thursday.The February U.S. employment report on Friday will provide an update on the speed and direction of the nation’s labor market recovery.These are some of the main moves in markets:StocksThe S&P 500 fell 0.3% as of 9:49 a.m. New York time.The Stoxx Europe 600 Index rose 0.5%.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index declined 0.3%.The MSCI Emerging Market Index was little changed.CurrenciesThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index increased 0.1%.The euro dipped 0.1% to $1.2034.The Japanese yen depreciated 0.1% to 106.91 per dollar.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries rose two basis points to 1.43%.Germany’s 10-year yield climbed one basis point to -0.33%.Britain’s 10-year yield dipped one basis point to 0.75%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude gained 0.8% to $61.10 a barrel.Gold rose 0.3% to $1,730.05 an ounce.Silver fell 0.6% to $26.41 per ounce.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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Six Dr. Seuss books will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the company that preserves and protects the author’s legacy has said. The decision to cease the publication and sale of the books was made last year after months of deliberations, Dr. Seuss Enterprises told the Associated Press (AP). Books by the US author have been translated into hundreds of languages as well as in braille and are sold in more than 100 countries.
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The 39-year-old Swede, who is Milan's top scorer with 14 goals in 14 league games this season, was forced off during Sunday's 2-1 win over AS Roma with a muscular problem. But Pioli is remaining calm after leading his side to five wins in eight games during the striker's absence earlier this season. "Zlatan is our champion, but we did well on Sunday night, and we have individual quality," the coach told a news conference ahead of Wednesday's game.
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(Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank slowed emergency bond-buying pace last week, suggesting policy makers mostly relied on verbal interventions to stem rising yields that jeopardize the region’s economic recovery.Gross purchases settled under its pandemic emergency program totaled 16.9 billion euros ($20.3 billion) last week, the least in four weeks. That’s despite multiple top officials warning that the euro area might not be able to cope with higher borrowing costs.ECB Executive Board member Fabio Panetta said Tuesday that the jump in government-bond yields seen in recent weeks “is unwelcome and must be resisted.”“It is not too late,” he argued during an online event. “We are assessing market conditions, we can intervene and recalibrate the pace of our purchases, and in the last 12 months we have been quite effective. And I think we can still be effective in steering market conditions and yields.”On Monday, the ECB reported a slowdown in net bond purchases and said that was because of redemptions. The latest figures showed that those redemptions totaled nearly 5 billion euros. Neither set of data reflects orders made Thursday and Friday, as transactions take a couple of days to settle and show up in the central bank’s accounts.Panetta’s comments follow remarks by French Governing Council member Francois Villeroy de Galhau on Monday saying the institution “can and must react” to any unwarranted moves threatening to undermine the economy.ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos echoed that sentiment in an interview, arguing it’s key to understand whether bond yields have risen due to inflation trends or other factors. In any case, officials “have the flexibility that is needed in order to react,” he said.Yields are being pushed up by a global sell-off of longer-term government bonds originating in the U.S. where prospects of another dose of massive fiscal stimulus are bolstering the economy.“We are already seeing undesirable contagion from rising U.S. yields into the euro area yield curve,” Panetta said. “If unaddressed, this would lead to a tightening of financing conditions that is inconsistent with our domestic outlook and inimical to our recovery.”The ECB “should not hesitate” to increase the pace of its bond-buying if needed, he added.For the euro area, higher yields pose a problem because returns on sovereign debt are used by banks as a reference point for lending. The region’s recovery is already expected to be slower than that of many other advanced economies, in part due to its slow vaccine roll-out, and higher borrowing costs could further damp momentum.European bonds edged lower Tuesday led by Italy, which saw 10-year yields rise 4 basis points to 0.70%. Those on their German peers were 1 basis point higher at minus 0.33%.(Updates with additional comment from Panetta in fourth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.