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  1. Consumer Cyclical Picks for a Slower-Growth World

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    Tue, 30 Sep 2014

    home prices has allowed a positive wealth effect to prevail, increasing consumers' willingness to spend. With quantitative easing winding down domestically and former high-growth countries (Brazil, China) moderating to more rational long

  2. Baird’s Mary Ellen Stanek Annual Bond Investing Outlook

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

    succeed Bernanke for policy continuity. Though Bernanke began the exit strategy with the formal announcement of the quantitative easing taper in December, Janet Yellen will navigate the ship through the uncharted waters as the Fed exits from their

  3. Reading Fed Tea Leaves

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

    meeting held no real surprises for us. In terms of formal policy, the Fed announced the continual reduction of its quantitative easing (QE) program, bringing it down by another $10 billion per month, as market watchers generally expected

  4. The ECB’s Useless Stimulus

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

    jobs, in order to revive its economy. It may even turn to quantitative easing (QE), where it buys large amounts of bonds, in a bid to make borrowing costs cheaper ..... five years of Fed bond buying – with phases known as QE1, QE2 , Operation Twist and QE 3 – U.S. gross domestic product

  5. Much Ado About Cash

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    Sun, 28 Sep 2014

    cash hoarders among those commenting was clrhzn , who has gone defensive while waiting out the end of the Fed's quantitative easing stimulus program. He wrote, " Have repositioned my portfolio to 75% cash and 25% stocks. The cash positions

  6. Major Stock Market Selloff Looms As The Fed's QE3 Ends

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    Sat, 27 Sep 2014

    and euphoria running rampant. Only a major selloff can restore normal psychology. And with the Fed's third quantitative easing campaign ending, odds are high such a big downside event looms. Stock markets are forever cyclical . Stock prices

  7. A Late September Swoon?

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    Fri, 26 Sep 2014

    efforts will be enough to invigorate the economy. However, given the political barriers blocking a full-scale quantitative easing (QE) program, the region’s growth and inflation would have to weaken further before the ECB acts more decisively

  8. Royce Global Value Trust - Invest In Global Small Cap Stocks At An 11.86% Discount

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    Fri, 26 Sep 2014

    By Value and Income Insights : Overview: The Federal Reserve appears ready to end its third stage of quantitative easing which could set the stage for rising interest rates. At the same time large cap domestic equities are hovering close to all

  9. After “Considerable Time,” Fed to Define “Highly Accommodative”

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    Thu, 25 Sep 2014

    in recent months has been that she would keep interest rates zero bound for a “considerable time” after quantitative easing ends. Her next messaging challenge will likely be to define what “highly accommodative” means. Waiting

  10. Credit Suisse's Response To Federal Scrutiny: One Of Several Negative Signs For Investors

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    Wed, 24 Sep 2014

    to providing revenues for banks in the artificially low interest rate environment the Fed has created through quantitative easing . Approximately $420 billion have been underwritten in 2014 as of mid-September; $450 billion were Complete

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