In a new report, Nomura analyst Rob Subbaraman discusses global food prices and why he believes that the next global food price surge is on its way. His report also includes ways that opportunistic traders can profit from rising food prices.
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Only a few weeks ago, a growing majority seemed to think that a September rate hike by the FOMC was inevitability. My, how things have changed.
Crude oil’s newest bull, Dennis Gartman, still likes what he sees in the oil market and says in his latest edition of The Gartman Letter that he may soon begin aggressively putting his money where his mouth is when it comes to the stocks of oil majors.
Stifel analyst Daniel Bernstein believes the recent market dip has created some big value for two healthcare REITs.
In a new report, Leerink analyst Ana Gupte offered one possible source of value following the recent market selloff: managed care stocks. Gupte sees further upside from many names in the space following big Q2 earnings beats.
In his most recent Gartman Letter, Dennis Gartman discussed the most recent economic data out of the United States and warned of the possibility that a further breakdown in the S&P 500 could lead to an eventual drop to the 1200 level. He also pointed out a recent bullish technical breakout by gold.
Mizuho Securities analyst Richard Anderson recently took a close look at the three senior housing/skilled nursing healthcare REITs under the firm’s coverage: LTC Properties Inc LTC 1.12%, National Health Investors Inc NHI 0.98% and Sabra Health Care REIT Inc SBRA 1.61%.
Stocks are on the rise around the world on Tuesday following new Chinese central bank policies aimed at supporting its ailing economy.
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