09.08.2022 15:03

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights HSBC, BP and Coca Cola Femsa

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For Immediate ReleaseChicago, IL – August 9, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: HSBC HSBC, BP BP and Coca Cola Femsa KOF.Here are highlights from Monday’s Analyst Blog:The CPI in Focus: Global Week AheadIn the Global Week Ahead, the latest U.S. consumer inflation numbers will be the prime stock trader focus.Especially since FOMC voting members have come out in force — to correct any misconception about their determination to slay decades-high consumer price inflation — with big Fed Funds rate hike moves.Reuters also tells us that the fallout from Nancy Pelosi's high-profile visit to Taiwan will be watched closely, as will Chinese and U.K. data, while Ukraine is hoping for a debt payment freeze from international investors.Next are Reuters' five world market themes, reordered for equity traders.(1) On Wednesday, the July Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) data for the USA arrivesWednesday's July U.S. inflation print is shaping up as a key test for a summer rally in U.S. stocks that has lifted the S&P 500 to multi-week highs.The benchmark index is up 14% from its mid-June low, supported in part by expectations that the Federal Reserve will be less hawkish than previously anticipated.Fed officials have pushed back against the idea that they will be less aggressive in a so-called dovish pivot.Any signs that inflation is not yet peaking after the Fed's 225 bps worth of rate hikes could provide a reality check to markets hopeful of a soft landing for the economy.Analysts polled by Reuters forecast annual inflation at 8.9% in July versus 9.1% in June, which was the largest increase since 1981.(2) Did Speaker Pelosi's Taiwan trip cause any financial market shifts?U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, which China claims as its own territory, means U.S.-China tensions are rising again.To be fair, the selloff in world stocks and the Taiwan dollar as well as the rush to safe havens such as U.S. Treasuries quickly subsided.Still, market sensitivity to political risk is high since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February. China has launched unprecedented live-fire military drills in areas that ring Taiwan following Pelosi's visit. Taiwan says this violates United Nations rules and invades its territorial space.Scalded by Russia, investment funds have already started to tread carefully in China. No doubt, investors will remain alert to further signs of trouble in the East.(3) Cheap cash in Mainland ChinaCash is cheap in China, because of an abundance of it sloshing around amid government measures to support an economy scarred by zero-COVID policies.The key money rate — the overnight repo rate — is languishing at a 1-1/2-year low below 1%, and data due as early as Wednesday will show the state of new loans and total money supply.Conditions need to be easy, with the country set to miss its original growth target of 5.5%. Beijing has shifted to trying to keep economic expansion within a "reasonable range." Thankfully, consumer price inflation has been manageable at 2.5%, well below the official 3% target, even if it is at nearly two-year highs. The latest reading is also due Wednesday.COVID, though, has been more temperamental, with a new flare-up in the port city of Yiwu threatening further supply chain snarls.(4) Is the U.K. close to falling into recession?How close is Britain to falling into recession? That's the big question ahead of economic growth figures next Friday, following dismal Bank of England (BoE) forecasts.The BoE reckons a new slump will begin at the end of this year but other top forecasters, such as the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, think it might start in the current quarter.A darkening economy is impinging increasingly on Britain's leadership race, casting doubt on the merits of the feel-good tax-cutting pitch offered by front-runner Liz Truss, and calls for fiscal discipline from opponent Rishi Sunak.Any nasty surprises in Friday's data — which cover monthly GDP for June and the second quarter as a whole — could further alter the tenor of the debate.(5) Ukraine bonds are under pressure: no surprise thereHolders of Ukraine's international bonds have until August 9 to vote on whether to support Kyiv's request for a two-year debt payment freeze as the country's battered economy buckles under war there, now in its sixth month.The government is facing a $1 billion bond maturing on Sept. 1 as policymakers struggle to plug a $5 billion-a-month fiscal gap with GDP expected to contract by 35-45% this year.Meanwhile there are tentative signs that grain shipments could resume after the first vessel to leave a Ukrainian port in wartime passed through the Bosphorus Strait on Wednesday. Hopes are high that it will be the first of many to help ease a global food crisis and provide much needed FX revenue for Ukraine.Chicago wheat futures have slipped to their lowest since early February.Top Zacks #1 Rank (STRONG BUY) Stocks(1) HSBC : This is a $33 global banking stock, with a market cap of $132.9B. I see a Zacks Value score of C, a Zacks Growth score of F and a Zacks Momentum score of B.(2) BP : This is a $30 global oil stock, with a market cap of $94.6B. I see a Zacks Value score of A, a Zacks Growth score of A and a Zacks Momentum score of D.(3) Coca Cola Femsa : This is a $60 global beverages stock, with a market cap of $100.4B. I see a Zacks Value score of F, a Zacks Growth score of B and a Zacks Momentum score of A.Media ContactZacks Investment Research800-767-3771 ext. 9339support@zacks.com                                      https://www.zacks.com                                                 Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Inherent in any investment is the potential for loss. This material is being provided for informational purposes only and nothing herein constitutes investment, legal, accounting or tax advice, or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a security. No recommendation or advice is being given as to whether any investment is suitable for a particular investor. It should not be assumed that any investments in securities, companies, sectors or markets identified and described were or will be profitable. All information is current as of the date of herein and is subject to change without notice. Any views or opinions expressed may not reflect those of the firm as a whole. Zacks Investment Research does not engage in investment banking, market making or asset management activities of any securities. These returns are from hypothetical portfolios consisting of stocks with Zacks Rank = 1 that were rebalanced monthly with zero transaction costs. These are not the returns of actual portfolios of stocks. The S&P 500 is an unmanaged index. Visit https://www.zacks.com/performance for information about the performance numbers displayed in this press release.Want to Know the #1 Semiconductor Stock for 2022?Few people know how promising the semiconductor market is. Over the last couple of years, disruptions to the supply chain have caused shortages in several industries. The absence of one single semiconductor can stop all operations in certain industries.This year, companies that create and produce this essential material will have incredible pricing power. For a limited time, Zacks is revealing the top semiconductor stock for 2022. You'll find it in our new Special Report, One Semiconductor Stock Stands to Gain the Most.Today, it's yours free with no obligation.>>Give me access to my free special report.Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report BP p.l.c. (BP): Free Stock Analysis Report Coca Cola Femsa S.A.B. de C.V. (KOF): Free Stock Analysis Report HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on Zacks.com click here. Zacks Investment Research
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26.09.2022BP NeutralJP Morgan Chase & Co.
23.09.2022BP HoldJefferies & Company Inc.
16.09.2022BP NeutralCredit Suisse Group
08.09.2022BP OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
06.09.2022BP OverweightBarclays Capital
08.09.2022BP OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
06.09.2022BP OverweightBarclays Capital
01.09.2022BP OverweightJP Morgan Chase & Co.
31.08.2022BP OutperformRBC Capital Markets
24.08.2022BP OverweightBarclays Capital
26.09.2022BP NeutralJP Morgan Chase & Co.
23.09.2022BP HoldJefferies & Company Inc.
16.09.2022BP NeutralCredit Suisse Group
09.08.2022BP NeutralCredit Suisse Group
22.07.2022BP NeutralCredit Suisse Group
28.10.2020BP UnderperformRBC Capital Markets
26.10.2020BP UnderperformRBC Capital Markets
17.09.2020BP UnderperformRBC Capital Markets
15.09.2020BP UnderperformRBC Capital Markets
05.08.2020BP UnderperformRBC Capital Markets

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