JPMorgan is ‘bullish again’ and picks a new list of its top global stocks

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Analysts at JPMorgan are "turning bullish again" for the rest of 2021, and said they have "very strong" expectations for European earnings, picking a new basket of top stocks in multiple sectors. The bank also downgraded its rating on U.S. equities to neutral.

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