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Jpmorgan Says “Market Rout Probably Has Passed Its Worst Now” Lets See What Happen Ahead

According to JPMorgan Chase, financial markets should be able to recover from the recent sales with the help of the US and the Federal Reserve. So-called commodity trading advisers and other institutional creditors have intensified the worst price fall since February. Systematic sales that reach approximately 70%, Mr Kolanovic said, and investors will buy the dip because volatility tends to increase.

Japanese stocks took another step down and Australian equities were giving up early gains on Tuesday after the US stock market experienced its worst single-day decline since 1987, in the face of rising global lockdowns to curb coronavirus spread.

With recession-like rates, a turnaround in investor positioning and extraordinary fiscal opportunities, strategists led by John Normand wrote in a Friday statement, the conditions that JPMorgan had set for market stability and recovery were largely met. Coronavirus infection rates remain a “wild card” as they remain high, even though they are “slowing down” in the USA and Europe.”The best time to re-enter cheap markets is either a quarter before the slump in growth, for those who have high faith in their business cycle forecasts; or when valuations hit two-sigma peaks, for those who are agnostic of fundamental catalysts,” said Normand. “All top-down structures mean re-entering markets now.”

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The Fed is generally predicted to reduce interest rates next week at the meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, in addition to its last week reduction in emergency levels. JPMorgan predicts that the FOMC may be lowered to zero, but the market anticipates anything less severe, with the most possible scenario now being a 75 basis point reduction. In fact, the Trump administration is circulating the possibility of “a payroll tax reduction or exemption” to counter the coronavirus ‘negative effects by pushing stocks up Tuesday morning.

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