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JPMorgan: SVB Collapse Might Be Beneficial In The Short Term

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  • It was a rough week for banks with KRE down 20% and XLF down 10% for the week.
  • Due to the collapse of SVB, the financial sector is under significant pressure, as both savers and investors are running to the doors.
  • Big banks such as JPM currently are in much better papers compared to regional banks, which are at risk of a liquidity crisis and further bank runs.
  • JPM's preferred shares are an interesting option for risk-averse investors as they may act like a bankruptcy canary.
  • In the short term, JPM might benefit from this issue as savers will transfer their money from regional banks to big banks. As such, we rate JPM as a buy.

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Due to the SVB Financial (SIVB) collapse, investors are worried about their capital with banks, this clearly puts some stress on the financial sector as a whole. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF) was down

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