Tuesday Hot Reads: Greek Bonds Rally As Bailout Odds Rise

February 21, 2017

Compiled by ETF.com staff

 

Greek Bonds Rally On Revived Bailout Hopes (ZeroHedge)
The yield on Greece's bonds has tumbled the most since June after creditors agreed on Monday to resume talks in Athens over steps needed to continue a bailout of the nation, driving expectations that Greece will be able to meet its deadline for debt redemption by July.

 

13F Alert: Hedge Funds’ Top Holdings Vs S&P 500 (Barron’s)
Evercore ISI’s Dennis DeBusschere put together a list of hedge funds’ holdings with the largest stock weight discrepancies compared to the S&P 500. Basically these stocks are the ones that hedge funds are most over- and under-weighting relative to the index.

 

Value Remains Cheap (BlackRock Blog)
BlackRock's Russ Koesterich argues that value is still cheap relative to growth.

 

Vanguard Dominates, But Faces Growing Pains (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
Fund juggernaut Vanguard's growth seems unstoppable, but the firm is dealing with customer-service-related growing pains.

 

Brazil ETFs Are Piping Hot: Time To Buy? (Zacks)
EWZ is up 100% in one year, and now hopes of new reforms, commodity strength and easing inflationary pressure are perking up Brazil ETFs.

 

Gold Isn't Acting As It Should (Bloomberg Markets) 
In theory, the metal should be down after three interest rate increases, but the reality is that it's gone up after each one. 

 

Don’t Let Uncertainty Lead Clients Astray (Vanguard)
Vanguard Chairman and CEO Bill McNabb discusses ways to help clients understand the importance of focusing on the long-term amid uncertainty.

 

The Bitcoin ETF Will Be Rejected According To Prediction Markets (CryptoCoinsNews)
The SEC is expected to rule on the first bitcoin ETF by March 11. 

 

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