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Banks are more than $1 trillion short of capital, analyst says, who fears shortfall will only get worse

Banks are more than $1 trillion short of capital, analyst says, who fears shortfall will only get worse

The new year is fast approaching and one idea for where to invest is the banking sector, whose margins benefit from high interest rates, at undemanding valuations. This statement may surprise those who think that the US banking industry has about $2.2 trillion in capital. But it reduces that figure in several ways. First, he …

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Bear markets occur in three stages;  and we've only just started the second, says a seasoned analyst.

Bear markets occur in three stages; and we’ve only just started the second, says a seasoned analyst.

Stocks will start the Black Friday half-session near 10-week highs, having rebounded in part on hopes that the Federal Reserve will slow the pace of interest rate hikes while they wait to see how much tightening previous had an impact on the economy. Investors are therefore anticipating when the Fed will eventually pivot and borrowing …

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Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves.  Here's what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves. Here’s what he and a Goldman strategist say do now.

A not-so-awful day is looming as the clock ticks down to Wednesday’s retail sales report. But while some investors cling to hope that last week’s stock run could continue, fueled by this weaker inflation report, Wall Street remains wary and fresh warnings from two big banks that make up our call of the day. Late …

Even JPMorgan bullish strategist Kolanovic says the markets are getting ahead of themselves. Here’s what he and a Goldman strategist say do now. Read More »