Tag Archives: asset backed securities

Capitulation is near, and so is the Buy signal

If this is not yet capitulation, it sure feels like it. Money has been fleeing stock markets at record speed, and despite dovish signals from the Federal Reserve, investors are still not taking advantage of the buying opportunities the panic in the markets are throwing at them.

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Dress like a zombie bank this Halloween, says analyst

If you’re still struggling to put together a Halloween costume, RBS strategist Alberto Gallo suggests trying to dress like a zombie bank.

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The ECB is blowing up a European property bubble

By Antonia Oprita

The European Central Bank may have just given the start to a property bubble in the eurozone with the credit easing measures it announced on Thursday. Will it be enough to end the single currency area’s crisis once and for all?

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Europe’s major central banks in push to revive securitisation

The European Central Bank and the Bank of England issued an extended paper pleading for leniency from regulators on the treatment of asset-backed securities (ABS), a class of securities largely blamed for sparking the 2007-2008 financial crisis.

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ECB June 5 meeting: negative interest rates, deflation and quantitative easing

By Antonia Oprita

After all the noise about deflation – “excessive”, in one economist’s opinion – market expectations of decisive monetary easing action at the ECB June 5 meeting are running high.

Investors are once again looking at ECB President Mario Draghi to save the eurozone. Can he do it?

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