The 6 Most Impressive Foreign Bank Stocks

(Last Updated On: March 19, 2012)

The 6 Most Impressive Foreign Bank Stocks seekingalpha.com

U.S. banks and the financial sector as a whole have been on an impressive run over recent weeks as concerns about the collapse of the EU have eased a bit as has the possibility of a Greek default “contagion” reaching America’s…
–I dont quite see why these banks are so impressive. Most are already nearing the analysts estimates and have little potential for further gains. Also 3 of 5 banks are located in Europe and have lost most of their value in the last two years and could lose again given any number of factors. Why not talk about the US banks? JPM, BAC or WFC as they have more upside and less risk then some of the names you pput on your list?

 

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