Morgan Stanley has named a raft of "cheap" global stocks to buy, advising investors to stay disciplined on valuations.
HSBC and Credit Suisse named their top picks for defensive stocks.
Barclays sees some stocks as still performing well despite mounting tensions between Russia, Ukraine and Russia.
A number of top Wall Street banks have identified a group of stocks worldwide that they feel will be successful despite market volatility and rate hikes.
The bank likes stocks that are "low quality, high risk and [have] rising momentum" right now.
Jefferies names a slew of inventory picks throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan that it thinks will do nicely in 2022.
Issues round "stagflation" and a pullback of central financial institution stimulus imply buyers needs to be taking a look at corporations with pricing energy, one CIO has mentioned.
Bank of America believes the cycle — marked by rising inflation and bond yields — could benefit certain stocks that have outperformed in previous boom periods.
These chipmakers are responsible for “the guts” of smartphones. “I particularly like Cypress for its Minority Report-style touch-screen tech,” Cramer says. MIXA – Getty Images| MIXA | Getty Images Bank of America Europe’s strategists named 13 stocks which they anticipate will be able to profit from the current supply chain crisis in the world.
An overview of Morgan Stanley offices located in Canary Wharf (London, U.K.). Getty Images| Getty Images Analysts Morgan StanleyThey have named the top stocks they like in Europe based on investing themes that investors should not ignore. From the many choices, eleven have at least 40% upside.