Karen Firestone of Aureus Asset Management said S&P Global Inc. SPGI went through a lot during the past few years on CNBC's Halftime Report Final Trades. It was a very hot stock moving into the Covid-19 pandemic, but it dropped when interest rates started to move higher. She likes the stock because interest rates are peaking.
Bryn Talkington of Requisite Capital Management named AbbVie Inc. ABBV, which is down 10% in the past month, has $21 billion in free cash flow and a 4% dividend yield.
Jim Lebenthal of Cerity Partners said the strong consumer should benefit General Motors Company GM, which is due to report earnings this week. The automaker is planning to become one of the most affordable companies in the electric vehicle space, and is working on a compact electric pickup truck.
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