Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report - J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report

In brief
  • Equity market fundamentals over the remainder of the year are likely to be governed by the complex interactions between growth, trade policy and monetary policy.
  • We see as highly likely some combination of growth rising back to trend, trade tensions easing and the Federal Reserve cutting rates aggressively, however not all three simultaneously.
  • The interplay among the three puts guardrails around both upside and downside scenarios, and is consistent with our selective exposures to risk in our multi-asset portfolios.


Source: Bloomberg, Markit, J.P. Morgan Asset Management Multi-Asset Solutions; data as of June 20, 2019. For illustrative purposes only.

The Weekly Strategy Report (June 24, 2019)

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