JPM’s Kasman Expects Worst Global Contraction Since World War II

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  • Mar.30 — Bruce Kasman, chief economist and managing director of global research at JPMorgan, warns of a global economic contraction in the first half of this year and expects a spike in U.S. unemployment rates. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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