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SOURCE Grant's Interest Rate Observer
NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The September 6, 2013 issue of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, an independent, value-oriented and contrary-minded journal of the financial markets, is published and available to the public. This issue is now available for download at www.grantspub.com for all subscribers.
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The current issue includes the following articles:
Short Koons, long Lincoln
For the price of a few dozen pounds' worth of a contemporary steel sculpture, the value-minded collector can own a rare American historical document. An excursion into the broad intersection of art, value and vanity-and of history, central banking and fashion, too.
Ruble and a dream
When this publication dropped tools to head to the beach last month, emerging equity markets were still standing. Returning to the office, we find that they-and their currencies and bonds-are recumbent. Some are prostrate. Herewith, a survey of one near perfectly flattened branch.
Floor to ceiling
Since May, when the updraft in mortgage interest rates began, home-building stocks have fallen by as much as 30%. Sales of new, single-family homes have dropped off, and the rate of rise in house prices has leveled off. All of which frames the continued rise in the share price of a certain specialty retailer.
What they do
Insiders have been heavy net buyers at three of the mortgage real estate investment trusts that this publication has had under surveillance. A buy signal? Or just an expression of confidence?
A new ETF tracking the latest Chinese Five-Year Plan may be five years late given the signs of a purge of the leaders who would consummate the plan. In financial counterpoint: mounting evidence of a new liquidity surge.
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