Wall Street downgrades European banks and names stocks to buy ‘in case markets turn sour’


Wall Street is downgrading European banks after stresses in the sector led to the emergency merger of the two largest lenders in Switzerland. Simultaneously, investment bank Citi also upgraded the tech sector on the continent, saying they preferred “quality growth” in the face of lower growth rates and deteriorating fundamentals. In a note to clients…

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