Research Briefing | Oct 31, 2023

Quick Take – US correction to continue

US equities dipped into correction territory last week and we see the risk of more downside in the near term, as valuations remain expensive relative to safe assets, investors have yet to capitulate, and earnings momentum is stalling.

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