This is the bull case for stocks, according to Credit Suisse, as banks remain divided on the recession risk

Rate hikes, soaring energy prices and geopolitical risks have combined to stoke fears of a possible recession. Credit Suisse however, thinks that is an unlikely scenario.
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As Wall Street closely monitors the growth outlook, Credit Suisse says the likelihood of a recession is overstated and predicts the economy will "run hot." Here is its "bull case for stocks," along with a summary of how others on Wall Street see the recessionary risk.

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