Morgan Stanley said in a research report it published that Poland, South Africa and Turkey are among the most targeted examples of a possible correction in the S&P 500.
The Morgan Stanleysts, which hold these three models of stock to a high standard with the S&P 500 and its enhancements, said it has less one-year ownership with the US stock markets than other previous periods in Russia and the Middle East.
Strategists noted that the fixes are in pretty good shape in the sense that they can take advantage of the positive developments in Russia in the past.
‘Fire’ and ‘Ice’ script from Morgan Stanley
Strategists in the team of Morgan Stanley USA Strategy Manager Michael Wilson said in a research report in September that a 20-percent dream felt in the US stock was in the plan.
Strategists working in the ‘Fire’ scenario evaluate that the Fed will withdraw in order to affect the economy very much in the ‘Fire’ scenario, while in the ‘Ice’ scenario the economic recovery will disappear and if the revenues are over the pressure, the economic recovery under I analyzed its features.
Stating that the S&P 500 could not achieve a 10 percent correction in the ‘Fire’ scenario, the analysts emphasized that it could exceed 20 in the ‘Ice’ scenario.
How to suppress the US debt ceiling crisis
Joe Biden, who will begin to accept the USA for completion in the USA, predicted that it would be completed in two weeks.
The problem ceiling debate in 2011 had a negative impact on the S&P 500 Index prices and the market prices of the selling prices. While interest rates in the US treasury were severely experienced at this date, it was also experienced in money prices in the usable market.
Between July 26, 2011, and August 19, 2011, when the debt ceiling debate took place, the S&P 500 appreciated by 16 percent, while the US Treasury rate was 89 basis points. Deutsche Bank is doing well in terms of lightness, the currency basket was also surprised by 2.6 percent.
There were more than 5 evaluations during this period of debt ceiling discussions.