SOURCE: Wall Street Equity Research

Wall Street Equity Research

November 30, 2010 08:04 ET

Professional Research on Morgan Stanley and MF Global Ltd -- Investment Brokerages Have Mixed Outlook

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - November 30, 2010) - allows shareholders to gain full understanding of the economic and market forces influencing the investment brokerage - national industry, and offers free research on industry players Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and MF Global Ltd (NYSE: MF). Register today at to receive free research reports on these companies.

The Investment Brokerage sector is full of good and bad news lately. Commodities investors have been experiencing trouble finding profits in a market that is unusually stable. For many funds, opportunity lies in volatility which has been dampened across markets by oversupply. The only market providing much opportunity lately has been agriculture which brokerages typically steer clear of. is a specialized website where investors can have complete access to free reports on investment brokerage - national industry; traders looking for analyst opinions on Morgan Stanley, MF Global Ltd. and other players in the industry are welcomed to sign up for a free one year membership at

In a different segment, equities are expected to rise in 2011 if global GDP grows in excess of government bond yields. While there is some concern about the economic situation in Europe, analysts predict global gross domestic product will increase by 4.2% in 2011. Growth in emerging markets is expected to top 6%. Visit us at to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting investment brokerage - national stocks.

Investment brokerage firm such as Morgan Stanley believes emerging economies are a great opportunity for investment during the coming years. The large amounts of infrastructure going into the markets merits a larger prevalence in many companies' portfolios and investment capital should find its way to booming economies like Brazil and India in the near future. The MSCI Emerging Market index has gained 28% since the end of May.

Elsewhere, many investors have begun to sell debt over worries that the U.S. dollar will devalue due to the second round of quantitative easing. Starting in the municipal bond market and likely to spread, this phenomenon could hurt mutual funds if it causes bond prices to fall.

For the third quarter of this year, Morgan Stanley saw a revenue drop of 20% which together with special one-time charges brought the company to post a net loss of $91 million. Brokerage firm MF Global Ltd also saw a gloomy picture this quarter with net revenue slipping to $240.3 million and loss for this time period widening to $94.3 million. Shareholders and investors can sign up today at or to download the full reports on Morgan Stanley and MF Global Ltd.

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