Global equities may have a “correction” of between 5 percent and 9 percent after the first quarter as investors sell holdings to lock in profit from recent rallies, according to Jefferies Group Inc.
U.S. manufacturers are heading for a revival as a lower dollar, falling wages and rising productivity make them more competitive, according to Sean Darby, Jefferies Group Inc.’s chief global equity strategist.
"The market continues to underestimate future dividend payments."
- Sean Darby on Nov 16, 2014
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