Should Investors Turn Defensive Amid Resurgence of Virus?

Jun.18 — JPMorgan says investors are right to see the resurgence in coronavirus infections as a risk factor, but advises against turning defensive or negative on markets. “The rate of growth of the infection is still pretty modest,” says John Normand, head of cross-asset fundamental strategy at JPMorgan, on “Bloomberg Suveillance.”

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