Financial Services

Brexit and the volatility it could leave in its wake get closer just as investors are in the mood for risky assets.
People there are far less worried than people in the U.S. about currency breakdowns or political stress.
Despite their popularity, financial stocks are starting to weaken and potentially roll over in the face of growing threats that few are heeding.
A weakening chart suggests it's time to take profits or lock in gains.
FHN could achieve higher highs in the long term, but it looks vulnerable to further short-term declines.
The stock may tread water at first, but the potential target is $37.
European rating agency Scope has improved its outlook on Italian banks, which have worked to reduce the bad loans on their books.
The effects of the Fed have worn off, but the bears aren't gaining any traction.
Investors should look to take some profits in the auto space.


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