Global Equity & Income

CoCos have always been poorly understood. Now they're hurting bank stocks. 
Chinese currency devaluation could wipe out any possible gains.
JPMorgan's downgrade of the Brazilian-based oil company is the final move in what may be the first Real Money "hat trick."
Italian banks are suffering as a restructuring process is underway.
The German bank's stock is tanking and investors are shying away from its convertible notes.
The deal leaves Monsanto isolated in the battle for market share and development.
And the yen is stable, despite all the money printing.
The result is balkanization as capital flees developing countries.
The Fed should signal it won't raise rates again while the rest of the world eases, but it won't.
There are signs the Chinese slowdown is being priced in.

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