Investment banks' cull of company analysts brings dangers - The Economist | Finance News
The EconomistInvestment banks' cull of company analysts brings dangersThe EconomistTHEY are not extinct, nor even on the endangered-species list. But company analysts, once among the most prestigious professionals in the stockmarket, are being culled. New European rules, with the catchy name of MiFID2, have just dealt analysts ... read whole article

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