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These stocks have interesting set-ups into 2022, Raymond James says


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Raymond James says this year was about “normalization” thanks to lower rates, higher price-to earnings ratios, and the effect of rising inflation upon profits.

The firm stated that this trend will continue into the New Year in a note it recently sent out in which they highlighted several stocks their analysts believe have “interesting” setups in the coming year.