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FTSE NAREIT All REITs vs. S&P 500, Growth in Percentage, Jan 1, 2000-Dec 31, 2016 (dividends reinvested).

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R.I.P. quantitative easing: Five questions for the ECB

LONDON (Reuters) - Thursday could prove to be a historic moment for the European Central Bank, which is expected to formally bring its unprecedented 2.6 trillion euro ($2.95 trillion) stimulus scheme to an end. But with the economy weakening, trade tensions darkening...

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R.I.P. quantitative easing: Five questions for the ECB

LONDON (Reuters) - Thursday could prove to be a historic moment for the European Central Bank, which is expected to formally bring its unprecedented 2.6 trillion euro ($2.95 trillion) stimulus scheme to an end. But with the economy weakening, trade tensions darkening...
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Trade war hasn’t stopped Chinese companies from listing in the US: Nasdaq

Tensions between Washington and Beijing have not stopped Chinese companies from flocking to the U.S. in greater numbers to list on stocks exchanges there. Bob McCooey, Nasdaq's Asia Pacific chairman, told CNBC he doesn't think tensions between the U.S. and China would...
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Cramer: Fed didn’t do ‘its homework’ and is now forced to hike rates this month

The Fed has put itself in a box by not "doing its homework" prior to Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's statements on Oct. 3 that rates were a "long way" from so-called neutral, Jim Cramer says. The Fed has to hike interest rates later this month or risk the market thinking...
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ECB Seen Giving Long-Term Loans in 2019, Going Slow on Rates

Economists expect loan announcement by March, issuance by June Deposit rate now only forecast to rise to zero by March 2020 The European Central Bank will offer new long-term loans to banks next year while going slow on interest rates to underpin the region’s...
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Market Close Report: NASDAQ Composite index closes at 7,441.51 up 110.97 points

Monday's session closes with the NASDAQ Composite Index at 7,441.51. The total shares traded for the NASDAQ was over 2.53 billion. Advancers stocks led declining by 1.88 to 1 ratio. There were 2054 advances and 1092 decliners for the day. On the NASDAQ Stock Exchange,...
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Inside the World’s Most Elite (and Secret) Traders’ Club

The nameless group confers “a hunting license” that lets an investor sit at the “big boy table and make high-level trades not available to stupid amateurs.” In an industry where power and influence are measured in dollars and cents, this may be the most exclusive club...
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Fed Chairman Powell now sees current interest rate level ‘just below’ neutral

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday that the central bank's benchmark interest rate is "just below" neutral. The chairman's observation on rates in early October helped set off a rough period on Wall Street after he said the Fed was "a long way" from neutral....
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ECB’s Lane says don’t be ‘overly dramatic’ about slowdown

DUBLIN (Reuters) - It is important not to be overly dramatic about a loss of some momentum in the eurozone economy, which to a large extent is a reversal of a better-than-expected 2017, European Central Bank governing council member Philip Lane said on Wednesday. The...
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Stocks Trim Losses As Nasdaq Hovers And Dow Jones Sags

U.S. stock indexes trimmed their losses Tuesday morning and the Nasdaq bobbed up and under the break-even line. The S&P 500 inched down, and the Dow Jones industrial average lagged. The Nasdaq and the S&P 500 each eased 0.1%. Small caps did a bit worse, down...
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How Come There Are So Many Billionaires in Communist China?

It’s official now that Jack Ma, chairman of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd., is a member of the Communist Party. He’s also the richest of a growing gaggle of high-net-worth individuals in China, who between them control $6.5 trillion. The...
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