Asset Managers Are Feeling Leery, BofA Survey Finds
The bank says its survey is the ‘least bullish’ since October 2020.
Some $2.9 trillion, hoarded by rich nations’ consumers, will fuel post-virus spending, Bloomberg Economics thinks.
There are three reasons why, after long dwelling at subterranean levels, the cost of money will eventually poke its head up.
Strong economy overcomes predictions of a down quarter and may push up profits ahead.
Expanded tariffs by both Washington and Beijing will affect ‘prices paid in stores,’ he says.
Sentiment survey finds positive sentiment drops to 48% from 67%.
Half of returns are positive, half negative, for an overall uninspiring performance.
Delta Investment Management shows how lower IRS tab pumps up profit margins.