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Here's an attractive REIT that warrants buying shares or selling puts, or both.
China is cracking down on how its citizens spend the $50,000 that they are allowed to transfer overseas each year. Whether that will work is highly in doubt.
The ECB's low interest rates policy has given a boost to the eurozone property sector.
Any boost in infrastructure spending is likely to hit in 2018 or even 2019, rather than next year.
By appointing Wilbur Ross, a noted China proponent, as Commerce Secretary, Trump is signalling that a trade war is unlikely.
India is starting to demonstrate many characteristics that drove Chinese growth at a rapid clip in recent years.
A close over $38.75 should get the stock up for a move into the mid-$40s
In Japan, there's steady, albeit slow progress towards growth. Here's what that means for investors.
U.S. real estate looks better than disappointing numbers indicate.
This small-cap is set to benefit from booming confidence in homebuilders.

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