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MiB: Ellen Zentner, chief U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley

Ellen Zentner, the chief U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley. She explains why Texas came through the financial crisis so well, courtesy of its rainy day fund. Her career took her from the Texas Comptroller’s office to Morgan Stanley, where she leads the North American Economics group. Show More Summary

'Inconvenient' Fact: Morgan Stanley Says Electric Cars Create More CO2 Than They Save

For all the funds out there looking to fill their portfolio with "environmentally conscious" companies working diligently to avert an inevitable global warming catastrophe that will result in the extinction of the human race, we guess...Show More Summary

Pensions Accuse Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Et Al Of Being Just A Little Too Tight With Each Other

Either the stock lending industry is truly a morass of collusion or some lawyers had too much time on their hands.

Blackstone Adds $10 Billion in Energy Assets With a New Deal

The alternatives asset management firm expands its liquid alternatives capabilities with the acquisition of Harvest Fund Advisors. A Morgan Stanley analyst sees nearly 30% upside in its stock.

Millennials Are Driving Global Sustainable Investment

A new investor survey conducted by leading global financial services company Morgan Stanley has revealed that three-quarters of investors and 86% of millennial investors are interested in sustainable investing.  Millennials Are Driving...Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley Predicts Market For Grid Storage Will Explode In Next 3 Years

A new report from Morgan Stanley claims that grid storage is now reliable enough to become a mainstay of the utility grid and marginalizing so-called peaker plants. Morgan Stanley Predicts Market For Grid Storage Will Explode In Next...Show More Summary

Hewlett Packard: It’ll Take Years to Reach ‘Normal’ Margins, Says Morgan Stanley

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is going to need several years to get to what Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty considers "normalized" operating profit margin, still below what it used to earn, given a raft of challenges including startups and cloud computing.

Micron Will Keep Climbing Wall of Worry, Says Morgan Stanley

Despite worries about memory-chip prices cooling, as tight supplies ease, and despite rising capital spending, shares of Micron can go higher, argues Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore, along with shares of Applied Materials and Lam Research.

Tesla to soar nearly 50% if everything goes right: Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley raises its price targets for Tesla shares after the firm increases its Model 3 production forecasts.

MORGAN STANLEY: Don't let these 6 interview questions trip you up

What are interviewers really looking for when they ask questions like "what are your strengths and weaknesses?" Carla Harris, vice chairwoman at Morgan Stanley, reveals the subtext. If you think the most common interview questions are often the most difficult to answer, then you’re not alone. Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley bumps up its Tesla price target (TSLA)

Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas raised his price target for Tesla shares, to $317 from $305. The carmaker's shares are already well above that, at $366 and up 70% year-to-date. Jonas, though, also has a "bull case" price target which heShow More Summary

"Our Clients Have Given Up On Valuation As A Metric": Why Matt King Expects A 30% Market Crash

For all the recent concerns about an "imminent" nuclear war with North Korea (not happening, according to the head of the CIA), which prompted a stunned reaction from Morgan Stanley which earlier today observed the "70% rise in the VIX...Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley: "Well, That Escalated Quickly"

"Well, that escalated quickly." That's how Morgan Stanley's chief cross-asset strategist Andrew Sheets summarizes events in the last week in his latest Sunday Start note, in which he describes how following one of the calmest stretches...Show More Summary

MORGAN STANLEY: The euro will be worth more than the pound by next year

Morgan Stanley says Sterling will sink below €1 by next year. Surging Eurozone economy will buoy currency. Brexit uncertainty to weaken pound. LONDON — The euro will be worth more than Britain's currency by the end of the first quarter...Show More Summary

Look Out Manhattan - Chinese Foreign Real-Estate Spending Plunges 82%

Earlier this month, Morgan Stanley warned that commercial real estate prices in New York City, Sydney and London would likely take a hit over the next two years as Chinese investors pull out of foreign property markets. The pullback,...Show More Summary

Energy Execs Take a Step in a Greener Direction

Oil and gas companies are setting a new bar for climate risk reporting and executive compensation metrics, according to Morgan Stanley.

Millennials are driving a $9 trillion change in investing

Millennials are driving the nearly $9 trillion sustainable investing market, according to a survey of 1,000 investors by Morgan Stanley's Institute for Sustainable Investing. Despite recent strides in the space, the belief that sustainable...Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley’s Role In Largest Equity Deals Drives Over $400 Million In Fees

The 5 largest U.S investment banks reported $1.56 billion in equity underwriting fees in Q2 2017 – almost 30% of the total figure for the industry.

MORGAN STANLEY: Warnings about a stock market crash are 'out of whack' with reality

Some corners of Wall Street are unfazed by all the warnings of a stock-market crash. The doomsayers say the market is vulnerable after a period of unusual quiet. For instance, the S&P 500 hasn't closed up or down by more than 0.3% for...Show More Summary

GrubHub: Is $75 A Share On The Way?

These Morgan Stanley analysts upgraded GrubHub to an Overweight, predicting that there is a path for the stock to climb to $66 a share or higher in the next year, despite stiff competition from the likes of Uber and Here's why.

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