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July 11, 2014, Vol. 32, No. 14

Sell to whom?

A revered bond mutual fund plays fast and loose with the gospel of liquidity. Advice to its investors: If it ever comes down to a run, run early.

Just you wait

Many lush bull-market months have skipped by since our upbeat analysis on a certain leveraged real estate company. The subsequent derisory rise in the share fairly demands a reappraisal.

Fun starts now

An influx of talent and capital into the single-family rental market has dampened the rate of rise in house rents to well below that of apartment rents. A temporary disappointment?

Left hand, right hand

Addressing a friendly audience at the International Monetary Fund last week, Janet Yellen pledged to tackle emergent financial risks with rules, not interest rates. “Good luck with that,” we say.

Green shoots have windows

Banks are lending and someone, of course, is borrowing, but to what end?

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