Tag Archives: Stocks

Morgan Stanley: These are the 30 best stocks to hold for the long run

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Forget about exchanging stocks within a matter of days or months. Morgan Stanley has gone out with a new note recommending 30 firms that you should hold until 2018. That\’s not saying you should then sell them in 2018, it\’s to state that Morgan Stanley believes these businesses are poised to do well over the next three years. This is ...

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The best 11 Canadian stocks to buy in June

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We asked our top analysts for his or her favourite stocks to purchase this month. Kay Ng: Canadian Western Bank (TSX:CWB) Canadian Western Bank (TSX:CWB) remains my top idea from recently. Canadian Western is really a regional bank offering personal and business banking services over the four western provinces. It\’s even cheaper than last month, dropping from $31 to $28. ...

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‘Good news’ expected to boost European stocks

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European stocks have been hit hard by Grexit fears so far this month, but that just makes them more attractive, says Citigroup Global Markets. Jonathan Stubbs, the U.S. bank’s equity strategist located in Europe, said earlier this month that the continent’s solid macro backdrop and improved earnings are expected to deliver returns close to 40 percent over the next 18 ...

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It’s easier than ever to invest in Chinese stocks. Here’s how to get the most value

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China’s mainland stock exchange has been red hot over the past year and may get another big lift now that MSCI Inc. is anticipated to add domestically listed A-shares to its influential global market indexes, making it easier for investors to access them. But it\’s Chinese H-shares traded in Hong Kong that may offer the best value to investors in ...

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Why high-quality stocks are winning

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Some investors always focus on targeting the highest-quality companies for his or her portfolios, but there are times when better returns can be found elsewhere. This, however, doesn’t seem to be one of those times. In contrast with momentum trades, high-quality names are seen as a having consistent earnings growth (low EPS volatility) regardless of the business environment. This number ...

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It’s easier than ever to invest in Chinese stocks. Here’s how to get the most value

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China’s mainland stock exchange has been red hot over the past year and may get another big lift now that MSCI Inc. is anticipated to add domestically listed A-shares to its influential global market indexes, making it easier for investors to access them. But it\’s Chinese H-shares traded in Hong Kong that may offer the best value to investors in ...

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Foreign investors snapped up most Canadian stocks on record in first 4 months of year

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OTTAWA – Foreign investors bought Canadian securities for that fourth straight month in April, snapping up $12.94 billion to create a new record for that opening 4 months of a year, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday. Non-residents bought $5.04 billion in Canadian bonds, led by investment in federal government bonds, in addition to $4.24 billion in money market paper and ...

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It’s stocks over cars in China

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The rally in mainland China-listed A shares seems to be having a negative impact on the country’s auto market because the general public seems to prefer the equity sell to putting their cash into a depreciating asset such as a car. Nick Lai, head of Asia Auto Research at J.P. Morgan, admitted that it’s difficult to quantify this takeaway from ...

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U.S. stocks heading higher, just not yet

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Imagine you’re an area traveler just going back to earth. You arrive for an environment with limited inflation, an accommodative Federal Reserve, a steep yield curve, an uptrend in valuations, and positive earnings and economic data. Not a poor homecoming for an investor seeking to put a number of that hard-earned astronaut money to operate. Tony Dwyer, a U.S. equity ...

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U.S. markets close higher, but energy stocks fall and Greece hopes waiver

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U.S. stocks closed higher on Wednesday but were down from earlier highs as energy stocks declined and Greece\’s debt crisis showed no clear indications of resolution. The benchmark S&P 500\’s energy sector was dragged down through the biggest slide in oil prices since April after traders were surprised at a report that showed U.S. crude stockpiles rose the very first ...

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