JPMorgan Warns Of Summer Selloff Redux

Headed into this month, investors were running higher stock exposure than they were last summer, the last time a sharp selloff in bonds pulled the rug from beneath a buoyant equity market. That's according to JPMorgan's Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou who, in his latest, warned that "as two-year Treasury yields consolidate around 5%," stocks could get spooked once it dawns on market participants that the risks from "higher for long" rates go beyond multiple compression. As Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson

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  1. So far 16% of S&P 500 has reported, 63% beat 1Q rev, 90% beat 1Q EPS, 44% saw 2Q rev cons go up, 41% saw 2Q cons EPS go up. All %s by market cap weight. The key earnings start this week.

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