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Frontrunning: January 22





  • Winter Storm Expected to Make Northeast Commutes Harder  (BBG)
  •  Invasion of Spanish Builders Angers France Struggling to Compete  (BBG)
  • Toronto mayor, caught ranting on video, admits drinking a 'little bit" (Reuters)
  • IBM's Hardware Woes Accelerate in Fourth Quarter (WSJ)
  • Sharp Divisions Come to Fore as Peace Talks on Syria Begin (NYT)
  • Afghanistan cracks down on advertising in favor of U.S. troops (Reuters)
  • Microsoft CEO Search Rattles Boards From Ford to Ericsson (BBG)
  • Banks Sit Out Riskier Deals (WSJ)
  • Netflix Seen Reporting U.S. Web Users Reach 33.1 Million (BBG)
 
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Frontrunning: December 17





  • Fed’s $4 Trillion Assets Draw Lawmaker Ire Amid Bubble Concern (BBG)
  • Ex-Goldmanite Fab Tourre fined more than $1 million (WSJ)
  • EU Banks Shrink Assets by $1.1 Trillion as Capital Ratios Rise (BBG)
  • Japan to bolster military, boost Asia ties to counter China (Reuters)
  • China condemns Abe for criticizing air defense zone (Reuters)
  • Insider-Trading Case May Hinge on Phone Call (WSJ)
  • Republicans Gird for Debt-Ceiling Fight (WSJ)
  • Mario Draghi pushes bank union deal (FT)
  • German Coalition Plans More Pension Money (WSJ)
  • Oil Supply Surge Brings Calls to Ease U.S. Export Ban (BBG)
 
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Frontrunning: May 6





  • Lesson From Buffett: Doubt Yourself (WSJ)
  • Gold Bulls Split With Buffett as Traders Say Sell (BBG)
  • Apple Misses IPhone Customers as Global Carriers Balk (BBG)
  • Russia extends Cypriot loan by 2 years, cuts interest: troika document (Reuters)
  • Tax Rewrite in Play in Capitol (WSJ)
  • No early warning for U.S. on Israeli strikes in Syria (Reuters)
  • Germany riveted at start of neo-Nazi murder trial (Reuters)
  • JPMorgan Investors Urged to Split Chairman Role, Oust Directors (BBG)
  • Leniency for Offshore Cheats (WSJ)
  • Brussels steps up efforts over tax avoidance (FT)
  • Ambulance chasing: Mesothelioma Doctors, Lawyers Join Hunt for Valuable Asbestos Cases (WSJ)
  • Web Sales-Tax Bill Set to Face Bumps (WSJ)
  • Colleges Cut Prices by Providing More Financial Aid (WSJ)
 
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Frontrunning: February 8





  • Rate-Rig Spotlight Falls on 'Rain Man' (WSJ)
  • Blizzard Cancels U.S. Flights, Threatens Snow in New York (BBG)
  • Monti says he did not know of bank probes (FT)
  • Japan's Aso: yen has weakened more than intended (Reuters)
  • Japan Pledges Foreign-Policy Response to Territorial Incursions (BBG)
  • Paratroops mutiny in Bamako in blow to Mali security efforts (Reuters)
  • China, Japan engage in new invective over disputed isles (Reuters)
  • Asteroid to Traverse Earth’s Satellite Zone, NASA Says (BBG)
  • EU leaders haggle over budget tightening (FT)
  • China Trade Tops Forecasts in Holiday-Distorted Month (Bloomberg)
  • Buffett’s Son Says He’s Prepared Whole Life for Berkshire Role (BBG)
 
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Frontrunning: December 11





  • Fed Seen Pumping Up Assets to $4 Trillion in New Buying (BBG)
  • China New Loans Trail Forecasts in Sign of Slower Growth (BBG)
  • U.S. "fiscal cliff" talks picking up pace (Reuters)
  • Insider-Trading Probe Widens (WSJ)
  • U.K.'s Top Banker Sees Currency Risk (Hilsenrath)
  • Three Arrested in Libor Probe (WSJ)
  • Nine hurt as gunmen fire at Cairo protesters (Reuters)
  • Egyptian President Gives Army Police Powers Ahead of Vote (BBG)
  • Pax Americana ‘winding down’, says US report (FT)
  • Japan Polls Show LDP, Ally Set for Big Majority (DJ)
  • HSBC to pay record $1.9 billion U.S. fine in money laundering case (Reuters)
 
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Frontrunning: December 6





  • MSM discovers window dressing: Fund Managers Lift Results With Timely Trading Sprees (WSJ)
  • White House Unyielding on Debt Limit (WSJ)
  • Obama, Boehner talk; Geithner prepared to go off "cliff" (Reuters)
  • Republicans urged to resist tax rises (FT)
  • China looms large over Japanese poll (FT)
  • As predicted here two months ago, Greek Bond Buyback Leads S&P to Cut to Selective Default (BBG)
  • Japan opposition LDP set to win solid election majority – polls (BBG), but...
  • Japan Opposition LDP’s Main Ally Cautions Abe on BOJ Pressure (BBG)
  • U.S. and Europe Tackle Russia Trade (WSJ)
  • King Seen Maintaining QE as Osborne Extends Fiscal Squeeze (BBG)
  • Syria pound fall suggests currency crisis (FT)
  • Irish budget seeks extra €3.5bn (FT)
  • U.K. Extends Cuts Due to Poor Outlook (WSJ)
  • ECB Seen Refraining From Rate Cuts as Yields Sink on Bond Plan (BBG)
 
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Frontrunning: October 24





  • China May Forgo Easing as Economy Rebounds, Survey Shows (Bloomberg)... or as food and house inflation has never gone away
  • China Edges Out U.S. as Top Foreign-Investment Draw Amid World Decline (WSJ)
  • Fed to keep buying bonds despite firmer U.S. growth (Reuters)
  • Bernanke Seen Attacking Jobless Rate With QE Until His Term Ends (Bloomberg)
  • Mortgage applications plunge 12%, down for third week in a row (Dow Jones)
  • Exchanges Retreat on Trading Tools - Fund Managers, Regulators Say Certain Orders Are Risky, Aid High-Speed Firms (WSJ)
  • Europe Bank Chief to Defend Bond-Buying Plan (WSJ)
  • Japan, China Envoys Met Last Week for Talks on Island Feud (Bloomberg)
  • Goldman’s Pill Says ‘Guerrilla’ ECB to Impose Losses on Skeptics (BBG)
  • Chance rise of an Obama defeat (FT)
  • King Says BOE Is Ready to Add to QE If U.K. Recovery Fades (Bloomberg)
  • Rajoy Sees Case for Slowing Spain’s Austerity as Economy Shrinks (BusinessWeek)
  • Hong Kong Intervenes to Defend Peg as Upper Limit Tested (Bloomberg)
 
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Goldman Keeps On Cheering CBL... For Now





Everyone's favorite Goldman REIT analyst is still not downgrading CBL to a Conviction List Sell. In fact, Habermann is doing all he can to salvage whatever he can. That being said, we give this stock at most 3-4 weeks before it gets whacked if not to a Sell to at least a "Conviction List" Hold.

 
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Goldman Keeps On Cheering CBL... For Now





Everyone's favorite Goldman REIT analyst is still not downgrading CBL to a Conviction List Sell. In fact, Habermann is doing all he can to salvage whatever he can. That being said, we give this stock at most 3-4 weeks before it gets whacked if not to a Sell to at least a "Conviction List" Hold.

From yesterday's CBL update report:

CBL: Still see long-term value amid sell-off; reiterate Buy

 
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REIT CBL's Brief And Painful Stay On The Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy List





For a good example of just how worthless of a tool for investors (and useful for persuading follow on offering "participation") the Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy list is, look no further than the recent performance of REIT CBL & Associates, coupled with the recommendations on the stock by Goldman Sachs REIT analyst Jonathan Habermann.

 
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REIT CBL's Brief And Painful Stay On The Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy List





For a good example of just how worthless of a tool for investors (and useful for persuading follow on offering "participation") the Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy list is, look no further than the recent performance of REIT CBL & Associates, coupled with the recommendations on the stock by Goldman Sachs REIT analyst Jonathan Habermann.

 
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REIT CBL's Brief And Painful Stay On The Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy List





For a good example of just how worthless of a tool for investors (and useful for persuading follow on offering "participation") the Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy list is, look no further than the recent performance of REIT CBL & Associates, coupled with the recommendations on the stock by Goldman Sachs REIT analyst Jonathan Habermann.

 
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