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You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) Despite a rocky performance for stocks in recent weeks, Wall Street has remained level-headed, sticking to predictions through the end of the year and encouraging clients to stay the course.
On the list: Levkovich pointed to four main issues investors want resolved.
Apple AAPL See here:shares have dropped 14% since reaching an all-time at the beginning of the month.
But at $1.97 trillion, the company's market value remains close to that of the entire FTSE 100 index in London.
"It will be difficult for markets to retain much upward momentum until these issues clear," Normand said.
China's shoppers are joining the country's recoveryThe coronavirus pandemic has pushed the world's economies into historic slumps.
The world's second largest economy has been in recovery mode for months.
China was the only country for which the International Monetary Fund projected growth this year in its June forecast.
A person familiar with the plans said the decision was important for training, especially with a new analyst class joining the company.
He also said the "WFH lifestyle seems to have impacted younger employees," according to KBW's note on the meeting.
On the radar: Dimon also spoke about the state of the economic recovery, and warned of ongoing risks.