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April 3, 2020, Vol. 38, No. 7

Credit virus superspreader

You might have thought that a decade’s patching and legislating would have mended the broken financial system. It turns out that things are more fragile than ever.

Typical but unprecedented

The yo-yo action in security prices is not the only fact that beggars historical comparison in this strange springtime.

America the homebound

On a certain homebuilder and on the safer of two income plays that featured in the prior issue of Grant’s, we remain bullish.

Lowering the boom

A provocative new report from Moody’s Investors Service clarifies the cost and warns of the resulting, looming difficulties to state and local governments of lower stock prices and lower (and lower and lower) interest rates.

Not-so-fine dining

Frozen bread, salad dressing, dips and croutons are its stock in trade. Bearish on a safety stock straight out of central casting.

Compared to what?

We are in uncharted waters and few real-time economic trackers are designed to deal with sharp, sudden stops in activity.

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