Money JPMorgan sees exchanges threatened by a $ 300 billion outflow

14:40  23 november  2020
14:40  23 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Rebalancing flows may lead to an exodus of around $ 300 billion from global stocks by the end of the year, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. If the stock market rallies into December, there could be an additional 0 billion of equity selling into the end of the month pension funds that tend to

On top of that 300 hundred billion of a stock of cash coming through to help securitised product. Mark Leung, chief executive officer for China at JPMorgan Chase & Co., says the inclusion of Chinese bonds in global indexes could result in inflows of up to $ 300 billion .

(Bloomberg) - Portfolio reallocations could, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co., result in around 300 billion dollars being withdrawn from international stock markets by the end of the year .

large investors who bet on different asset classes should switch from stock exchanges to bonds this month, according to an analysis presented on Friday by strategists around Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou. You referred to the strong stock market development so far this month.

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A pair of exchange -traded products that investors use to make such bets collapsed in after-hours That triggered further outflows via options-related hedging, covering of short volatility trades and Stock index futures saw volatile trade but indicated Wall Street would suffer further losses Tuesday as

In the short term, the stock market looks vulnerable to withdrawals from funds seeking a stock-to-bond balance, JPMorgan said. In this $ 7 trillion investment universe, funds would have to sell approximately 160 billion stocks by late November or late December to return to their 60:40 weighting target.

JPMorgan expects additional stock sales of $ 150 billion by month-end if the stock market continues to advance into December. The bank points out that pension funds are mostly realigning their portfolios on a quarterly basis.

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