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Assets that tend to move strongly against MSCI
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Crypto Winter Hurt Confidence, but Building Digital-Asset Infrastructure Remains Key, Morgan Stanley Says
Investor interest in digital assets has changed in the past year as crypto prices declined, Morgan Stanley (MS) said in a research report Wednesday. Retail interest in prices levels and volatility has eased while demand for regulated products for traditional financial clients has increased, the bank said.
— Coin Desk (December 1) (Pocket)
Morgan Stanley chief investment officer Mike Wilson was once the only strategist on Wall Street bearish enough to predict the S&P 500 would fall to 3,900 by the end of the year. Now as the S&P 500 lingers around 3,950 and Wilson’s predictions become a reality, the veteran investor is predicting things will fall by a lot more.
— Fortune (December 1) (Pocket)
India's long wait to win inclusion in JPMorgan's influential emerging market local currency debt index was set to be pushed out into next year, Reuters reported earlier this year. The Wall Street bank said in October that India is on the radar for an inclusion.
— Reuters (November 30) (Pocket)
These favored stocks are down by more than 20% and are poised to pop soon, says Morgan Stanley - CNBC
These favored stocks are down by more than 20% and are poised to pop soon, says Morgan StanleyCNBCHedge funds are amassing short bets on these winning stocks, according to GoldmanCNBCThe November jobs report and the Fed matter most to markets in the week aheadCNBCRetail expert Dana Telsey breaks down the holiday season's potential winners and losersCNBCA tech rebound may be needed for a full market recovery. These are the stocks that could leadCNBCView
— CNBC (November 28) (Pocket)
Ackman's Big Hong Kong Short Comes at a Bad Time for BearsBloombergBill Ackman reveals short position against Hong Kong dollarFinancial TimesBill Ackman Reveals Short Position Against Hong Kong Dollar: 'Only Matter Of Time Before Peg Breaks' - PEBenzingaHKD/USD: Hong Kong Dollar Peg Will Stay, Morgan Stanley SaysBloombergAnalysis
— Bloomberg (November 26) (Pocket)
From Morgan Stanley and Bank of America to TCW, Fidelity International and Franklin Templeton, some of the biggest players in global markets are turning increasingly bullish on Chinese assets. It’s a stark contrast from just last month, when foreign firms pulled an estimated $US8.8 billion ($13.3 billion) from the nation’s slumping stocks and bonds, and analysts were predicting more gloom ahead.
— The Age (November 22) (Pocket)
@gurgavin: POSTING ALL RESEARCH REPORTS FROM GOLDMAN SACHS, JP MORGAN, MORGAN STANLEY, BARCLAYS AND OTHER BANKS FOR SO FAR THIS MONTH IN A FEW MINUTES SAVE THE LINK BEFORE THE BANKS STRIKE IT DOWN AGAIN
@unusual_whales: ‘I wouldn’t bet against Elon Musk,’ Morgan Stanley, $MS, CEO has said.
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