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SocGen Strategists Say Hedge Funds Are Too Pessimistic On Stocks

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Funds may have to turn bullish on global equities if stocks continue to rally, they said.

JPMorgan Strategists Call End Of Euro-Area Stocks' Outperformance

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Euro-area stocks remain extremely cheap compared to their U.S. peers.

Goldman, BofA Strategists See Glum 2023 Global Profit Growth

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They are forecasting “roughly flat” earnings growth in most regions this year.

Foreign Growth Stocks: A Diamond In The Rough?

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The conventional wisdom that quality growth stocks are difficult to find outside the U.S. is a misconception.

The Fed's Credibility Problem

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The global economy's most important institution has lost its way and must urgently address two structural deficiencies.

Top Hedge Fund Says 'Violent' Emerging-Market Selloff Is Coming

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Man Group Plc says the recent rally in emerging markets wasn't justified by economic fundamentals.

Dalio Warns U.S.-China Relationship Is In 'Very Risky Period'

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The Bridgewater Associates founder said the nations are "already on the brink of war."

Sleepwalking Into A Global Recession

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The G7 countries can soften the blow by coordinating their fiscal and monetary policies.

BofA, JPMorgan Say Time To Sell As Europe Stocks Face Risks

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They are sticking to their gloomy outlook for the rest of 2023, unconvinced by a 10% advance in the Stoxx Europe 600.

Proactive Advisors Are Minimizing Risk, Fidelity Institutional Says

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Diversification and a flight to safety mark the new portfolio mix, a Fidelity Institutional executive says.

Corporate Bonds Are Being Cut To Junk At Fastest Pace Since 2020

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Most of the recent "fallen angel" bonds were issued by Nissan or two regional U.S. banks.

Stocks Face Hit As $800 Billion Stimulus To Fade, Citi Says

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Momentum in global equities could shift as China slows its monetary easing and tightening continues elsewhere.

Bond Buyers See 'Best Bang For Buck' In EM As Hiking Cycles End

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Consumer prices have started to fall significantly across emerging markets in recent months.

Taking The Emotion Out Of Investing

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Quantitative analysis enables fact-based investing without emotion-based decisions, this executive says.

BofA Strategists Prefer Global Stocks To Tech-Heavy U.S. Market

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The banks strategists are particularly negative on technology shares.

A BRICS Threat To The Dollar?

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Until a credible alternative to the dollar can be found, the greenback's dominance will not really be in doubt.

Capital Group Files For 3 Active ETFs

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The new funds will launch this autumn, expanding the asset manager's active ETF lineup by one-third.

IMF Warns It's Too Soon To Sound All-Clear On Financial Turmoil

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The financial markets remain fragile and stressed, the IMF said.

A $1.5 Trillion Wall Of Debt Is Looming For U.S. Commercial Properties

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Office and retail property valuations could fall as much as 40% from peak to trough, increasing the risk of defaults.

End May Be In Sight For Global Rate-Hike Cycle As Fed Nears Peak

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Bloomberg expects the Fed will hike by another 25 basis points at its May meeting, when the upper bound of fed funds rates reaches 5.25%.

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