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 What would really underpin banking stocks is whether the relentless pressure on net interest margins and weak loan growth starts to ease as economic recovery, supported by significant fiscal stimulus, results in a reassessment of the inflation outlook and interest rate trends.
Macro trends such as rising inflationary pressures and economic recovery are supportive, bank valuations remain very cheap against the market and, in absolute terms, they offer investors high and rising dividend yields and recovering top-line growth through margins and loan growth.
Most fund managers remain very underweight the sector and there has already been evidence of material outperformance when sentiment changes.
A reallocation back to what remains a very large sector seems more than past due.
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