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JP Morgan: ‘Bull’ for US stocks, ‘Bear’ for Europe – Recession certain in the Eurozone, with or without a report

By Eleftherias Kourtalis JP Morgan sees "opposite lives" for US and European stocks. The US bank sees opportunities in US stocks where it estimates that despite the recent rally and significant de-rating the risk-reward profile is attractive, while...

Deutsche Bank, Citi, Axia and JP Morgan say they are impressed by the results of National Bank and Eurobank

Her Eleftherias Kourtalis The investment houses send a strong message regarding the prospects of Greek banks after the second quarter results announced by Ethniki and Eurobank with Deutsche Bank, Citi, Axia and JP Morgan underlining the significant...

JP Morgan: What to expect from the results of Greek banks – Single-digit NPE ratios for all four systemic

Her Eleftherias Kourtalis JP Morgan expects strong results in the second quarter in all sectors for the Greek systemic banks. At the same time, it predicts cautious but confident messages from the administrations, while the target...

HSBC, JP Morgan: One-way short positions in the euro – Dive to $0.95 soon, the risks for the eurozone are in the red

Her Eleftherias Kourtalis Short positions in the euro are recommended to investors by HSBC and JP Morgan, assessing which upward movement is an opportunity to build bearish "bets", given the many and significant challenges facing the eurozone...

Is the worst over for stocks or not? Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan disagree

The deep uncertainty of the investment environment was underscored by reports from top Wall Street strategists, who were divided on their estimates of the path the stock market will take in the second half of the...

Fund managers up against the clock – How realistic are ‘green’ commitments?

As global warming leaves behind fires, droughts and human casualties across much of the northern hemisphere, there are new signs that the financial commitments needed to protect the environment may not be enough to meet that...