Why JP Morgan Asset Management is optimistic in the long term

View of the DAX board on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange

The earnings prospects for long-term investors are better after the crash than they were six months ago.

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Frankfurt It is always in late autumn that the analysts and strategists at the US asset manager JP Morgan Asset Management set out to review the prospects for the capital markets over the next ten to 15 years. They use 9,000 research hours to forecast economic development and inflation worldwide and to derive consequences for the markets.

However, the confusion caused by the corona pandemic and the economic standstill in the capital markets has fundamentally changed the situation. That is why the asset manager has now updated its long-term outlook for 50 asset classes.

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