It’s that time of year again, when strategists make predictions about equities for the coming 12 months. A common theme for 2018 is emerging from top forecasters including UBS Group AG, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Inc.: the current analyst consensus for an 8 percent increase in European profits may turn out to be too conservative.
Investors who are tempted to book profit and get out of stocks after such a good year should think again, say equity strategists at JPMorgan Chase & Co.Growth momentum might start to lose steam but activity is still likely to remain above trend, which means corporate earnings should rise further after this year’s brisk rebound, Mislav Matejka and Emmanuel Cau wrote in a research note Monday.
(Bloomberg) -- Os investidores deveriam pensar duas vezes antes de embolsarem os lucros e abandonarem o mercado de ações após um ano tão bom, dizem estrategistas de ações do JPMorgan Chase.O impulso do crescimento pode começar a perder força, mas a atividade provavelmente continuará acima da trajetória, o que significa que os lucros corporativos deverão aumentar ainda mais após a rápida recuperação deste ano, escreveram Mislav Matejka e Emmanuel Cau em nota técnica, na segunda-feira.O MSCI...
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