MORGAN STANLEY ACONSEJA INVERTIR EN ESPAÑA ANTES QUE EN FRANCIA EN ESTE MOMENTO

 

MORGAN STANLEY: We’d Rather Invest In Spain Than In France Right Now

Matthew Boesler | Jan. 31, 2013, 11:11 A

Most would agree that after Greece, Spain has the worst economy in the eurozone. Fourth-quarter GDP figures released yesterday revealed that the Spanish recession actually intensified at the end of 2012.

Even still, Morgan Stanley prefers Spain to France – which has all sorts of problems of its own. Though it’s considered part of the “core” of the eurozone, along with more robust economies like Germany, it’s certainly been losing a lot of its appeal for investors lately.

Morgan Stanley strategists Matthew Ostrower and Ben Britz write in a note to clients, “The Spanish recovery trade appears to be better integrated in market valuations, French issues less so. While investors still appear to be heavily underweight Spain and not underweight France, recent stock performance suggests better digestion of good Spanish economic news than risks of ongoing malaise in France.”

The strategists, who refer to a recent warning from their colleagues about the “French Corporate Hangover,” present a condensed argument in the slide below:

 

Morgan Stanley Spain over France trade slide

 

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8 ASOMBROSAS FOTOS HECHAS CON UN IPHONE

 

8 Gorgeous Photos Taken With An iPhone

Dylan Love | Jan. 29, 2013, 1:56 PM | 15,942 | 3
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The iPhone consistently proves itself as a handy, capable camera time and time again. 

Sometimes the results end up being downright beautiful.

Photo-sharing service Flickr lets you search for interesting photos by the device that was used to capture them, so we spent a little time browsing the best iPhone photos we could find.

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