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REITs

Deutsche: The Fed Gave Trump Just Enough Rope To Hang Himself With

"The future is bimodal with volatility to be found between politics vs. policy... Either political bottlenecks clear and the stimulus gets approved and goes full force leading to higher growth potential with structural steepening of the curve, or political tensions effectively sabotage either its arrival or content (or both), and the curve initially bear flattens or even twists with rate shorts capitulation accelerating the rally of the back end."

"2017 Will Be A Tipping Point" - Why Some Think This Is The Next "Big Short"

"These malls are dying, and we see very limited prospect of a turnaround in performance" according to a January report from Alder Hill, which began shorting the securities. "We expect 2017 to be a tipping point." Indeed, cracks have appeared: prices on the BBB- pool of CMBS have tumbled from 96 cents on the dollar in late January to 87 cents last week

10 Straight Weeks Of Equity Inflows As All The New Money Goes To ETFs

The flood of retail money into the global stocks showed no sign of relenting in the latest week, after investors around the globe pumped money into stocks for the tenth straight week, according to EPFR data cited by BofA, which showed some $11.8 billion in equity inflows, however in continued disappointment for active asset managers, over $15 billion of was allocated to ETFs, while mutual funds saw another outflow of $3.6 billion.

Mega-Bears Smell Blood As Mall REITs Tumble

"There has been a steady drumbeat of negative reports from anchor retailers in the mall. As a result, when we keep hearing bad news it adds to the impression that there is a problem in the malls.”