Institutional Investors

Bill Blain "Can't Figure Out What Is Keeping Stocks So Buoyant?"

At this stage folks who think the Trump Jump effects are real seem to be missing the big reality – nothing in Washington has changed: the diverse and loosely aligned lunatic fringes of the Republician party mean policy Gridlock remains the reality.

S&P Futures Slide Ahead Of Bank Earnings

S&P futures extended their Wednesday decline, dropping in the overnight session with banking shares in focus ahead of results from JPMorgan and Citigroup. European stocks likewise retreated along with the dollar, while Asian shares were mixed.

Which Hedge Funds Are The Biggest Holders Of ETFs

Despite complaints by hedge funds that ETFs are eating their lunch (and dinner), an interesting observation emerged in a new reported from Deutsche Bank: Hedge Funds are allocating increasingly more capital toward ETFs. This post shows why, and who are the 20 hedge funds with the highest ETF investments.

US Stock Funds Suffer Biggest Outflow Since 2015 As Bond Inflows Soar

According to Bank of America in the latest week through April 5, there were $7.4BN in outflows from equities, the largest in 40 weeks. At the same time, bonds recorded $12.4 BN of inflows, the highest in 8 weeks, with Treasuries posting largest inflows in 10 weeks as the "great reflationary rotation" crumbled once again. The focus was entirely on the U.S., where stocks saw the largest outflow since 2015, or in the past 82 weeks, as $14.5 billion was redeemed.