The Ukraine Russia Conflict and the Global Economy
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We expect more turbulence ahead.
Chinese EV stocks Li Auto, Nio, and XPeng make a comeback. U.S. retailers show signs of slowing sales.
Valuations on small caps are at their lowest in decades, and a recession looks priced in.
Strong wage growth, payrolls may not bode well for the fight against inflation.
Morgan Stanley’s Shalett warns that even with a less aggressive Fed, overly-optimistic earnings forecasts mean the bear market isn’t over.
Growth stocks like Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet are finding their way into a handful of value stock portfolios.
While the market has stabilized in recent weeks, stocks including Airbnb and Palo Alto Networks have fallen into undervalued territory.
Forecasts call for a modest slowing in hiring, but investors should keep an eye on the wage data.
Yum China, Kellogg, and AstraZeneca among those that remained cheap even after a bear-market rally.
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