Bank stocks have fallen over the last 12 months as fears of a global economic slowdown and a flat-to-inverted yield curve weighed on the group. The selloff caused bank M&A activity to slow early in 2019 but transactions have rebounded. In the episode, KBW President and CEO Tom Michaud discusses investor sentiment toward banks, whether their fears are overblown as well as his thoughts on recent deal activity, including the sales of some FIG-focused investment banks.
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