Almost $5 trillion in US Recession Avoidance scenarioDec 14, 2022

If growth deteriorates too quickly or goes too far, then “bad news is bad news indeed,” JPMorgan said.
Professional investors are betting that a recession can be avoided, despite warnings to the contrary. It’s a risky bet — for several reasons, Goldman Sachs says in its analysis.

Fund managers prefer financially sensitive stocks, such as industrial companies and commodity producers, according to a Goldman Sachs study of the placement of Mutual funds and Hedge funds with assets totaling nearly $5 trillion dollars as reported by media.

HF vs MF: Almost $5 trillion in the US Recession Avoidance scenario
source Godman Sachs, Bloomberg

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