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Morgan Stanley says industrial companies will dominate the market going forward — here are the 8 stocks they love the most

Business Insider Friday, 14 September 2018
Morgan Stanley says industrial companies will dominate the market going forward — here are the 8 stocks they love the most· *Morgan Stanley is the most bearish firm on Wall Street when it comes to equities, but that doesn't mean the firm thinks the market is completely devoid of money-making opportunities.*
· *The firm is bullish on the industrial sector, and has identified eight stocks it thinks will outperform the broader market going...
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